When The Megantic Outlaw hits the stage at Bygone Heritage Village Saturday it comes with a few firsts.
JT McVeigh, The Enterprise-Bulletin
CLEARVIEW TWP. — There may not be eight wind turbines spinning in Clearview Township after all.
COLLINGWOOD – Just five years after some of its darkest days, the view is getting a lot clearer for Pilkington Glass in Collingwood.
A good idea became money in the bank for Pilkington Glass last week as its participation in the Save on Energy Micro-Fit program offered by Collus Powerstream netted the company the largest incentive cheque since the program began 10 years ago.
COLLINGWOOD — After five years, the province has announced it will be completing the reconstruction of the 1.6 kilometres of Highway 26 from the Sixth Line to Pretty River Parkway.
Unless you are a real fan, asking who Harold Arlen is will probably bring a blank stare.
CLEARVIEW — Nothing is more constant than change, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t celebrate what has past.
If you want to help the wetlands around Georgian Bay, grab your water shoes and gardening gloves and join in the Fight the Phrag effort on Aug. 12.
It took a while but hot temperatures have arrived and although there has been rain in some places, the temperatures can become unbearable.
COLLINGWOOD — On a hot summer morning, a quartet of players, wearing whites, discuss the strategies of a first shot.
John Boggio is warning everyone in Collingwood’s east end to keep an eye on their pets.
tt wasn’t long ago any official recognition for the LGBT community from anywhere in Simcoe County was a pipe dream.
Under warm, mostly sunny skies Elvis rocked, shimmied and rolled into Collingwood Friday morning.
Summer means a lot of things to a lot of people, but if you’re a fan of the King, you know what’s coming.
An empty lot is a crush of green as pumpkins, beans, herbs and hot peppers sprout from scores of black containers.
If you are lucky enough to get tickets to see Theatre Collingwood’s Barefoot in the Park this week, you will see two shows.
It may be a hot and steamy July, but the 3HL hockey league is already thinking about next season on the ice.
In the first eight days of July five people have drowned in central Ontario and for OPP Sgt. Peter Leon that is beyond worrying.
Two members of the Ontario Fire Marshall's office look over the damage of a house fire that took the life of a seven-year-old boy on Highway 26 near Sunnidale Corners Thursday evening. The Clearview Fire department received the call at 9 p.m and on arrival the home was fully involved.
COLLINGWOOD – Local audiences are getting a chance to see one of the true blues legends when Joe Louis Walker comes to the Simcoe Street Theatre July 17.