Scales of justice

Murder suspect in court

A New Lowell man was in court Friday facing first-degree murder charges of his wife who was found dead in the couple’s home last year.

Jason Alexander, owner of Alexander Gallery and Art Supplies at 78 Hurontario Street has been a fixture in the Collingwood art scene for many years as an accomplished painter and teacher. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Art classes at Alexander Gallery

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

Kevin Spinozzi of the Sarnia Sting hooks into Joseph Blandisi of the Barrie Colts during first period OHL action Thursday at the Barrie Molson Centre. The Colts lost 7-1. Mark Wanzel Photo

Colts stung by Sarnia

The Barrie Colts haven’t played a Thursday night home game since September. And after tonight, they can still essentially say that.

Gas Light community theatre company brought area history to life on Oct. 24 with a re-enactment of a World War One deployment march from town hall to the former railway station, which is the current Collingwood Museum. SUBMITTED PHOTO

A reenactment of deployment

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

Georgian Bay reads

Cathy Turrie (left) of the Wasaga Beach Public Library presents Lorraine Gruzuk (center) with the Georgian Bay Reads trophy Saturday night at the RecP

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