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LETTERS: Residents question chopping down trees for 6th St. plans

LETTERS: Residents question chopping down trees for 6th St. plans

Several residents have written letters to the editor expressing their opposition to a plan to cut down mature trees on 6th Street to make way for sidewalks and bike lanes
Rainbow crosswalk at Orillia school defaced; OPP investigating

Rainbow crosswalk at Orillia school defaced; OPP investigating

'It's important that everybody feels safe and everybody can express themselves how they want,' said OPP official of potentially hate-motivated crime
Without a trace: Today marks one year since Autumn Shaganash vanished

Without a trace: Today marks one year since Autumn Shaganash vanished

It has been one year since 'I last saw my sister, last felt her hug, heard her laugh. Oh, how I miss everything. She really looked up to me,' says Lili-Anne Moore
Baritone from Ukraine working in Collingwood singing in local concert

Baritone from Ukraine working in Collingwood singing in local concert

Concert June 17 will support immigrant family and Ukrainian children's charity
Collingwood hospital cites staffing issues for temporary closure of OB unit

Collingwood hospital cites staffing issues for temporary closure of OB unit

The closure is expected to last until 7 p.m. today, according to an announcement by the hospital posted on social media
TBM council adopts 2024 tax rates

TBM council adopts 2024 tax rates

TBM's 2024 tax rates continue Grey County plan to equalize ratios for multi-residential properties
LETTER: Alcohol in parks a bad idea

LETTER: Alcohol in parks a bad idea

'Alcohol is toxic ... responsible for numerous serious and costly health issues,' says letter writer
LETTER: Bike lanes, busy roadways don't mix

LETTER: Bike lanes, busy roadways don't mix

'Why do we insist putting bike lanes and busy vehicular traffic on the same roadway?' reader asks
COLUMN: Elegant Luna moth is 'like a candle in the wind'

COLUMN: Elegant Luna moth is 'like a candle in the wind'

Magnificent moths, which are 'truly unmistakable in appearance,' are short lived, says columnist of big, green moths that look like they belong in a tropical jungle
Good morning, Collingwood

Good morning, Collingwood

Here’s a look at today’s weather and gas prices