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Smoke alarms don’t last forever – 10 years is maximum; also consider connecting them so when one goes off they all go off

GRAVENHURST — Smoke alarms aren’t just for show, they’ve been a requirement in homes outside sleeping areas since 1976. Today, its a requirement to have one alarm on every level of a home and one outside every sleeping area. It…

$1,500 grant helps Muskoka Limberettes host provincial qualifier this weekend

BRACEBRIDGE — A provincial gymnastics qualifying meet this weekend in Bracebridge got a financial boost. Barcebridge Mayor Graydon Smith presented representatives of the host Muskoka Limberettes Gymnastics Club with an Event Tourism Grant in the amount of $1500 for the…

11 free STOP Smoking Workshops in Simcoe Muskoka

SIMCOE MUSKOKA – Here’s another chance to stop smoking. The Simco Muskoka Health Unit has scheduled 11 free STOP Smoking Workshops across the region in February and March, including a Saturday workshop on Feb. 20 in Barrie. The workshops provide…

Shark attack author Jennings to read from book at GH Library Feb. 10

Peter Jennings will read from his book Shark Assault, Wednesday Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. at the Gravenhurst Library.GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Public Library presents local author Peter Jennings on Wednesday, February 10th at 1 p.m. Peter Jennings will read from his book Shark Assault, Wednesday Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. at the Gravenhurst Library. He will discuss…

All 3 suspects in Orillia home invasion now charged

Blake Nolin, 27, is the third and final suspect caught and charged in an Orillia home invasion on Jan. 10, 2016.BARRIE All three suspects being sought in a home invasion here have now been arrested. Blake Nolin, 27, is the third and final suspect caught and charged in an Orillia home invasion on Jan. 10, 2016. Blake Nolin, Derrick…

Clement marks 10th anniversay as MP today, by returning to Opposition benches

OTTAWAA decade after winning his seat by a couple dozen votes in a recount over longtime Liberal member Andy Mitchell, MP Tony Clement marked his 10th anniversary today. And after going right into Stephen Harper’s government and being…

Snowmobiler dies after hitting low bridge Friday night

GEORGIAN BAY TOWNSHIP — A 55-year-old Tiny Township snowmobiler who hit a low bridge Friday night has died. Provincial police from the Southern Georgian Bay detachment, along with Georgian Fire, Georgian Ambulance, Muskoka Ambulance and the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre…

Tractor driver out for late drive charged with impaired driving

TINY TOWNSIP — A tractor driver out for a late night (early morning) drive has been charged with impaired driving on a rural road after a public complaint. Provincial police in Southern Georgian Bay report that on Jan. 15, 2016,…

Bracebridge Sportsplex pools closed till Jan. 13 evening due to mechanical problems

BRACEBRIDGE — As a result of a mechanical issue the swimming pools in the Bracebridge Sportsplex are closed effective immediately. All other facilities within the Bracebridge Sportsplex remain open. Notwithstanding the monthly preventative maintenance program one of the mechanical systems…

Hwy. 60 Esso gas bar break-in net thieves cigarettes

HUNTSVILLE Thieves got away with a major haul of cigarettes from a gas station here this morning. Provincial Police in Huntsville are currently investigating the break-in that took place sometime overnight at the Esso Gas Station.  The owners of…

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