Morgan Ian Adams, Enterprise-Bulletin

Morgan Ian Adams is managing editor of the Enterprise-Bulletin. He has covered a variety of news stories in the Collingwood area for more than 20 years, including politics, sports, and breaking news. When not at his desk, or out on an assignment, you'll find him on the water, paddling with the Collingwood Dragon Boat and Canoe Club.


Morgan Ian Adams/Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin Nottawasaga Lighthouse Preservation Society members Robert Square and Krista King with one of 13 lion heads that once adorned the lighthouse northwest of Collingwood; the head was recovered by the Canadian Coast Guard about a decade ago.

Tie to lighthouse uncovered

COLLINGWOOD — It weighs a couple of pounds, made of solid brass. And it has an integral tie to the history of the local lighthouse.

Morgan Ian Adams/Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin Deputy-mayor David Foster is challenging incumbent Cal Patterson for mayor.

Foster looks to move up

WASAGA BEACH — The town’s current deputy-mayor hopes to move into the seat on his left after Oct. 27.

Collingwood General and Marine Hospital

G&M starts first step to look at future

COLLINGWOOD — The local hospital has taken the first step that could ultimately see a new health care facility built within the next decade.

Milton goaltender Michael-Antonio Vergara closes on the puck during first period play between the Collingwood Ice and the Battle Arts Cobras at Central Park Arena, Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014. Morgan Ian Adams/Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin

Ice edge Cobras for first win

COLLINGWOOD — The town’s new junior squad has kicked off its inaugural season with a notch in the win column.

Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin FILE Brian Smith has been elected mayor of Wasaga Beach

Change starts at the top: Smith

WASAGA BEACH — A lifelong entrepreneur who got his start in business at the age of 12 wants to be mayor of the town he was born and raised in.

Wasaga mayor race takes nasty turn

WASAGA BEACH — The race for mayor took a nasty turn, after the wife of the incumbent candidate claimed supporters of one of his opponents harassed the couple’s daughter and grandchild.

Bradley Hubbard, a 42-year-old Collingwood man, was killed Aug. 13, 2011, after he was hit with a golf club at the Putting Edge glow-in-the-dark golf course in the south end of Barrie. EXAMINER FILES

Accused in mini-putt murder going to trial

A Barrie man charged in the murder of a Collingwood man at a mini-putt golf course three years ago was in court Tuesday preparing for his trial.