Barrie police are looking for a woman after food, electronics and cosmetics were taken from a south-Barrie grocery store Sunday afternoon. Contributed photo

Shopping spree

City police are looking for a woman who walked out of a Barrie grocery store with $1,450 worth of unpaid-for food, electronics and cosmetics Sunday.

Assault charges

BRADFORD – A woman faces assault charges after a heated argument outside a John Street home Sunday evening.

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Corner store robbed

NEW TECUMSETH – A man with a knife robbed an Alliston corner store Friday, taking cash and several packs of cigarettes.

Rifles stolen

Eight rifles were stolen from Cabela's last Friday night after a truck was used to smash through the Barrie store's back receiving door.

Taking a brief break from her job, Roxie Kilby reflects while reading the names of the women she helped during a recent trip to Cuba. With some help, Kilby and her team were able to deliver nearly 400 bras to the island nation. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Supporting Cuban women

A couple of Canadians lifted more than the spirits of their Cuban sisters during a recent visit to the small town of Banes, Cuba.

A Town of Innisfil pumper truck helps a Belle Ewart resident deal with flooding on Thursday after high temperatures melted the snowpack in Innisfil, south of Barrie, earlier this week.

Flooding in Innisfil

INNISFIL (STAFF) — It's been another February thaw leading to flood conditions for some residents of Innisfil, south of Barrie.

Barrie's Mandy Thompson has been missing since Feb. 3, and city police continue to look for leads. Contributed photo

More leads sought

City police investigators continue to seek any further leads into the disappearance of Barrie's Mandy Thompson.

     

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