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Home invasion at God’s house in Fraserburg nets thieves cross, 1883 candles, guestbook

The cross and 1883 candles were stolen from the altar at St. Peter's somewhere between Easter and Mother's Day.By Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com News FRASERBURG — Vicky White is praying for a minor miracle. The cross and 1883 candles were stolen from the altar at St. Peter’s somewhere between Easter and Mother’s Day. (Vicky White photos) She hopes…

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…

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…

$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…

Robber gets away with prescription drugs in Orillia Sunday

ORILLIA — Police here are seeking a male in his late 20s who got away with prescription drugs in a robbery at local pharmacy just after noon Sunday. A robber wearing a hoodie is being sought by police in Orillia…

Former Gravenhurst man charged with wearing military medals not awarded to him, and possession of child porn

Clayton Donoghue, 62, grew up in a group home in Gravenhurst and attended GHS in the early 1970s.ORILLIA A former Gravenhurst resident, Clayton Donoghue, 62, who went into a career with the Canadian Forces reserves faces charges of wearing medals not awarded to him, and charges of accessing and possessing child pornography. Clayton Donoghue, 62, grew…

Get rid of old meds at Bracebride OPP detachment Sat. May 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

BRACEBRIDGE — The public is being urged to get their unused and expired prescription medications out of their homes and out of the hands of those the drugs are not prescribed for. The OPP detachment at Bracebridge (690 Cedar Lane)…

Driver caught with 44 pounds of marijuana in vehicle

ORO-MEDONTE — A random police traffic stop has landed a St. Catharines man with major drug charges after he was found with 44 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle. Provincial police say that on Tuesday May 17, an officer from…

Robbery Saturday sees store clerk airlifted to hospital in Toronto with serious injuries

GEORGIAN BAY An robbery Saturday that had the store clerk airlifted to a Toronto hospital after being assaulted, has police asking the public’s help in finding the culprit. Provincial police at Bracebridge, with the assistance of the Muskoka Crime…

Missing tees located in Bracebridge Friday

BRACEBRIDGE — Two missing teens have been located in good health. Provincial police at Bracebridge began investigating the disappearance of the two 14-year-olds, Curtis Cooney and Dailynn Rockburn, after they walked away from a residence on Stephenson Road 1 in…

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