The provincewide testing needs an overhaul, but Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) trustees are not ready to scrap it.
COLLINGWOOD — Most people think that youth centres are just places for teens to hang out, maybe play a little ping-pong and stay warm.
COLLINGWOOD — Some heart stopping moments for a mother came to a successful conclusion thanks to a big-hearted passerby.
In April, Tom Bell left Collingwood for a bike trip that he knew would change him, but he hoped that it would help others as well.
CLEARVIEW TWP. — Banking won’t be big-green-chair comfortable when TD Canada Trust closes it branch in Creemore, said a local couple.
STAYNER — Halfway through the regular season the Stayner Siskins are having their best year ever.
COLLINGWOOD — When Jennifer Ageeb and her husband Bernard had their first child, they did what most new parents do: try to give the child a healthy st
COLLINGWOOD — A local bowler has struck gold after 50 years of effort.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Red Ribbon campaign, a milestone that will hardly be celebrated.
Nov. 22 is is National Housing Day, a day when awareness is raised about housing and homelessness.
COLLINGWOOD - More than 500 runners outfitted with Santa hats and costumes took to the streets in the HOHO Holiday 5km run in Collingwood all in suppo
Ontario college students are back in class Tuesday after a five-week faculty strike was ended Sunday by back-to-work legislation.
Ontario college semesters have been extended in December and now stretch into January, to make up for class time lost during the faculty strike.