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Hawerchuk fighting cancer again with 'resurgence of this terrible disease,' says son

Hawerchuk fighting cancer again with 'resurgence of this terrible disease,' says son

Longtime Barrie Colts coach had been diagnosed with stomach cancer last summer; Completed chemotherapy at Barrie hospital in April
Health unit confirms four new COVID-19 cases in region's hotspot

Health unit confirms four new COVID-19 cases in region's hotspot

The health unit reported six new cases in Simcoe County today
Face coverings will be encouraged, not enforced

Face coverings will be encouraged, not enforced

Tay Township is posting signs and issuing gentle reminders to ensure residents adhere to the face-mask policy
RVH easing restrictions with phased plan to resume visitation

RVH easing restrictions with phased plan to resume visitation

Admitted patients will be allowed one visitor, once a week for one hour as part of the first phase at Barrie hospital
Concerned citizen helps nab suspected impaired driver on Highway 400

Concerned citizen helps nab suspected impaired driver on Highway 400

A 40-year-old from Barrie faces impaired driving charges
Health unit offers tips to stay cool amid heat wave

Health unit offers tips to stay cool amid heat wave

People should be careful of their health and look for ways to avoid overheating, says the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit
Ontario confirms 119 new COVID-19 cases today

Ontario confirms 119 new COVID-19 cases today

Windsor-Essex County reported 40 new cases
<b>LETTER:</b> Mayor Strathearn should do his homework before commenting

LETTER: Mayor Strathearn should do his homework before commenting

A reader's concerned over recent comments from Stewart Strathearn on wearing masks in a MidlandToday story
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How COVID-19 is changing our relationship with money

BEYOND LOCAL: How COVID-19 is changing our relationship with money

The coronavirus pandemic may provide another incentive for some countries to move to e-currencies
Tay Township council agrees to leave road section unpaved

Tay Township council agrees to leave road section unpaved

Staff recommend using savings from that and remaining roads budget for other road sections in the township