Marie 'Tonie' Farrell sits in her mother’s Orillia home where she now lives because she can’t work after suffering injuries from being beaten by an OPP officer. In the background is her son, R.J. Farrell, who bought her a silver-plated gavel with the words Not Guilty engraved on it. Tracy McLaughlin Photo

‘Why did it take so long?’

The province’s police watchdog has announced it will reopen the investigation of an OPP officer who a judge said caused “catastrophic injuries” to an Orillia woman who was only trying to help.

Jack Smith seen jumping into his nanny Nicole Franklin’s arms clearly enjoys the preschool gym time at the Collingwood YMCA. The YMCA is currently running its Strong Kids fundraising campaign to assist people needing subsidized membership. YMCA staff include, from left, Brian Wilby, Nancy Burton, Maggie Law, Ruth Creech and Jamie Berman. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Helping to support Strong Kids

It’s been a long, cold winter in Sherri’s home with three special needs children. It would be unbearable if it wasn’t for the Collingwood YMCA.

Patrick Brown at a leadership debate. QMI FILE

Brown surprising critics

Progressive Conservative (PC) Party of Ontario leadership candidate Patrick Brown is giving establishment contenders a run for their money - or member

Diane Lessels of Collingwood says her husband Alistair was cared for by support workers, doctors, nurses and health professionals who went the extra mile to care for his needs and hers and who she deeply admires for their service. PAUL BRIAN/THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Woman praises local healthcare

Diane Lessels of Collingwood is deeply impressed by local healthcare providers who cared for her husband Alistair toward the end of his life.

Lost guns

On Sunday, March 1, 2015 at approximately 4 p.m., Grey County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of a lost black plastic gun case conta

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