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Jet-ski and Sea-doo collide on Trent Severn, two men charged with careless operation

GEORGIAN TOWNSHIP Two people have been charged with careless operation of a personal watercraft after colliding on the Trent Sever Waterway Saturday. Provincial police at Georgian Bay say that on May 22, at about 2:19 p.m., officers responded to…

Mobile Health Hub expands Port Sydney hours on Mondays

HUNTSVILLE The Town of Huntsville is pleased to announce that Cottage Country Family Health Team’s  Mobile Health Hub is expanding its Port Sydney schedule. In order to meet strong demand for primary care in the community, starting May 30,…

Hammond leaves district to head up economic develpment at Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE Huntsville has hired a longtime senior district employee to be their executive director of development services Derrick Hammond will be responsible for economic development and leading the planning, sustainability, building, bylaw departments. Hammond has more than 26 years…

Free rain barrels for Bracbridge residents

BRACEBRIDGE — As a result of an initiative from the town’s environmental advisory committee and a fundraising activity for Annie Williams Memorial Park, Bracebridge has rain barrels available to Bracebridge residents. They are available at the public works department, 1000…

Paramedics week celebrates first responders

BARRIE Frontline health care workers are being feted this week. Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) is saying thank you to paramedics across the region during National Paramedic Services Week (May 22 – 28) for the outstanding work they…

Non-profits can apply for FedNor Canada 150 infrastructure grants

SUDBURYO Canada! What a party we’re going to have next year for our 150th birthday. And you’re invited to throw your own fete, thanks to Ottawa and FedNor, which are offering up grants for your gift to fellow…

Vandals on ‘rampage of destruction,’ damage vehicles in Huntsville on long weekend

HUNTSVILLEA vandalism spree along several downtown streets here over the weekend caused major damage to several vehicles. Provincial police say that sometime between Saturday, May 21 at 10:30 p.m. and May 22 at 4 a.m. unknown culprits damaged…

A little less snow this winter in Muskoka, but the most in April

MUSKOKA — The calendar says spring is here, but April temperatures have been unusually cold and snowfall amounts exceeded those of March, says Geoff Coulson, warning preparedness meteorologist with Envirnoment and Climate Change Canada. Muskoka had just a little less…

$30,000 damage in wildfire caused by trespasser illegally burning

A wildfire in Huntsville Monday afternoon caused $30,000 damage to a vehicle and workshop.HUNTSVILLE Another wildfire, caused by a trespasser burning during restricted hours, has consumed a vehicle and a workshop here Monday. A wildfire in Huntsville Monday afternoon caused $30,000 damage to a vehicle and workshop. (Huntsville Fire photo) The Huntsville/Lake…

Health unit survey asks parents how, what they feed their babies the first two years

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — The first years of a baby’s growth are essential to his or her wellbeing. So, staring today, May 24, public health nurses at the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit are contacting parents with babies ages six to…

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