Woman scammed

BRADFORD – A local woman has lost $4,000 in the 'Mystery Shopper' scam.

Lights on, nobody home

ALCONA – A Barrie teen was arrested for being intoxicated after his car was found abandoned but running, lights on, in the middle of Foxhill Street.

After constructing their own haunted house, Bear Creek Secondary School yearbook and drama students are teaming up to offer some Halloween frights during an open house event to be held at the school Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Proceeds from the $2 entrance fee will help support the schools arts banquet. Organizers are not recommending this event for small children. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Scary times at Bear Creek

After constructing their own haunted house, Bear Creek Secondary School yearbook and drama students are teaming up to offer some Halloween frights dur

Brandon Prophet is happy to be playing with the Barrie Colts. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Prophet happy with fresh start

Back in Saginaw early Saturday morning after a long trek from Oshawa, Brandon Prophet was about to step off the Spirit team bus when at the last secon

PACKET & TIMES FILE PHOTO Mayor-elect Steve Clarke, right, is pictured with Ward 1 councillor-elect Ted Emond.

Ready for the job

Orillia’s mayor-elect won’t be taking over for at least another month, but he’s eager to get down to business.

Barrie city council's three newest councillors will be sworn in during a ceremony on Dec. 1. From left are Rose Romita (Ward 2), Mike McCann (Ward 10) and Sergio Morales (Ward 9). IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

New councillors ready to dive in

The three newest members of Barrie city council are preparing for their first meeting on Monday, Dec. 1 where they will be sworn in and officially beg

QMI PHOTO An OPP cruiser.

Sexual assault

ORILLIA – OPP are looking for the public's help in connection with a sexual assault investigation.

     

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