Jason Alexander began painting when he was only seven years old. Now he wants to encourage Collingwood pre-teens to take up brushes and palettes and p
The Barrie Colts haven’t played a Thursday night home game since September. And after tonight, they can still essentially say that.
The air is getting colder, but it isn’t really winter until you curl up in front of a good movie.
Gas Light community theatre company brought area history to life Oct. 24 with a re-enactment of a World War One deployment march from town hall to the
A local musician is vying for the top prize in a national radio contest.
The completion date on construction of two bridges on 4th and 5th Streets has been delayed for several reasons.
The Collingwood Collegiate Institute (CCI) Senior Fighting Owls football team has screeched into the playoffs.
Cathy Turrie (left) of the Wasaga Beach Public Library presents Lorraine Gruzuk (center) with the Georgian Bay Reads trophy Saturday night at the RecP
‘This was a cowardly attack’
Patients and staff are applauding the new digital mammogram unit and suite recently opened at the Collingwood General and Marine Hospital.
The Honourable Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe-Grey, wants to help the public show their support for Corporal Chris Cirillo, who was ki
By now you may have noticed a new face around town, or just a new name writing a few of the articles in your latest Enterprise-Bulletin.
Brian Saunderson has a long-term vision for Collingwood, and after a strong win Monday he will now have the chance to help see it through.