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Weekend break-in at Deerhurst nets thieves more than a dozen computers, electronics

HUNTSVILLE A break-in at Deerhurst Resort has led to a large-scale theft of more than a dozen computers, iPads, tablets, cameras, a TV and portable communication devices. Provincial police say that on Sunday March 19, 2017, OPP at Huntsville…

Miller helps continue push for all municipalities to get share of gas tax

QUEEN’S PARK — MPP Norm Miller is once again helping push for a private member’s bill that for the 12th time will attempt to ensure that every municipality will get a share of the gas tax that every driver in…

Gravenhurst outside workers agree to 5-year contract

GRAVENHURST — Outside workers with the town here have agreed to a five-year contract with raises of 1.5 per cent the first year, 1 per cent the next three years and 1.5 per cent in the final year. On Tuesday,…

Barrie man charged with impaired driving after vehicle hits rock cut with 5 people in vehicle

HUNTSVILLE A Barrie man faces a number of charges, including impaired driving, after a single vehicle accident on Highway 11 northbound between Rowanwood Road and Stephenson Road 12 Tuesday. Provincial police at Huntsville say that on March 21, 2017…

Monck Public School hit with two attacks of ‘profane, vulgar’ graffiti within week

Monck Public School was attacked March 14 and again March 20.BRACEBRIDGE — Police are looking for someone with a spray can and a penchant for school graffiti. A stop sign and neighbouring businesses on Wellington Street were also targetted in the Monck Public School graffiti attacks. Provincial police in Bracebridge…

Miller re-introduces bill to allow racks to cover licence plates

QUEEN’S PARK — Norm Miller was back on his feet a second time Monday, re-introducing a private member’s bill let vehicles with carrying racks on highways even if the rack obscure the license plate. Bill 108, the No Flak for…

MNRF says rain this week will add to higher than normal water levels, flows across region

More rain this week will likely push up already high water levels even further.PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — Water levels and flows are higher than normal for this time of year, the MNRF says. And predicted rain accumulations this week will cause current levels and flows to rise late this week and over the weekend.…

Bracebridge hospital gets ‘essentional new digital equipment’ to boost imaging department capabilities thanks to foundation donors

Kristin Clarke, medical radiation technologist, and Colin Miller of the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation, show off the new digital fluoroscopy machine at the SMMH Site made possible through the support of the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation's donors.BRACEBRIDGE — End of life technology continues to open new doors for the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation. Kristin Clarke, medical radiation technologist, and Colin Miller of the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation, show off the new digital fluoroscopy machine at the…

Miller calls ‘alarming’ number of ‘unfounded’ sex assault allegations ‘unacceptable’

QUEEN’S PARK — “Alarming” and “disturbingly high” rates of sexual assault dismissals by OPP in Bracebridge and Huntsville had Norm Miller on his feet this afternoon in the legislature. The Parry Sound-Muskoka MPP was responding to a recent Globe and…

UPDATE: Police seek Jeep Grand Cherokee with front-end damage after hit-and-run injures pedestrian

UPDATE: HUNTSVILLE – A hit-and-run driver herer has left a local man with serious injuries in hospital. Police say shortly after 1 a.m. on Saturday March 18, OPP at Huntsville and Emergency Services responded to the scene of an injured…

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