A soldier secures her new living quarters to the ground in during a training exercise at Base Borden this past weekend west of Barrie. ZACH MACPHERSON/PHOTO

Winter training

About 150 members of the 4th Canadian Division, comprised mainly of the Arctic Response Company Group, braved the elements at CFB Borden on the weeken

Barrie's Stephen Nosad runs out of room as Niagara's Aleksandar Mikulovich sends him for a ride at the BMC Saturday night. The IceDogs lost to the Colts 6-3. ZACH MACPHERSON/PHOTO

Colts topple IceDogs

The Barrie Colts know a thing or two about streaks. They also know how to break an opponent’s points run.

Wanted man barricaded in home

A man wanted on outstanding warrants was found by Barrie police inside a barricaded home in the city's west end early Saturday morning.

EXAMINER FILE A drop in oil prices could affect the cost of asphalt when it comes to repairing potholes.

The roads ahead

Cracks in the concrete led to a good-sized pothole that tied up traffic during a recent rush-hour morning in Barrie.

IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER Barrie's former Lakeview Dairy site has been tied up in the courts since late 2011, but the Ontario Superior of Justice has recently dismissed the lawsuit by a potential developer and 185/205 Dunlop St. E. is for sale

Lakeview land up for grabs

A lawsuit has been dismissed against the owners of Barrie's former Lakeview Dairy site, so this prime piece of waterfront property is on the market ag

Former mayor Willard Kinzie receives a standing ovation after addressing the new council earlier this year. Mark Wanzel File Photo

Illuminating Conversations

At the halfway point in the new ‘Illuminating Conversations’ series, the verdict is in - it’s a hit. The expectation is it is will continue through to