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Turn off lights for Earth Hour Saturday - Enrico Angelucci, and his staff at Il Buco Ristorante on Dunlop St., have their own special way to celebrate Earth Hour. Sunday evening the fine Italian eatery will light candles and extinguish the lights during the evening meal. Angelucci has been a big supporter of the event since it started. “We’ve been doing this since the first Earth Hour, several years ago. It’s a good way to show we care,” he said.

Turn off lights for Earth Hour Saturday - Enrico Angelucci, and his staff at Il Buco Ristorante on Dunlop St., have their own special way to celebrate Earth Hour. Sunday evening the fine Italian eatery will light candles and extinguish the lights during the evening meal. Angelucci has been a big supporter of the event since it started. “We’ve been doing this since the first Earth Hour, several years ago. It’s a good way to show we care,” he said.

Ugly Sweater party helps Orillia food bank - Cosmic Bowling owner Andy Rainey is pictured with event organizer Derick Lehmann.

Ugly Sweater party helps Orillia food bank - Cosmic Bowling owner Andy Rainey is pictured with event organizer Derick Lehmann.

Barrie politicians host New Year’s levees - Mayor Jeff Lehman is kicking off the new year with two events — a brunch and a levy — on Jan. 1.

Barrie politicians host New Year’s levees - Mayor Jeff Lehman is kicking off the new year with two events — a brunch and a levy — on Jan. 1.

Stayner Collegiate students schooled on distracted driving - Robert Brown attempts to navigate through a virtual streetscape while texting, during a distracted driving awareness event at Stayner Collegiate Institute, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. Ian Adams Photo

Stayner Collegiate students schooled on distracted driving - Robert Brown attempts to navigate through a virtual streetscape while texting, during a distracted driving awareness event at Stayner Collegiate Institute, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. Ian Adams Photo

Tottenham gym raises money for Alliston hospital - Darcy Lovegrove gets a little help from Connor Murphy at Curves in Tottenham at an event to raise money for the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation in Alliston.

Tottenham gym raises money for Alliston hospital - Darcy Lovegrove gets a little help from Connor Murphy at Curves in Tottenham at an event to raise money for the Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation in Alliston.

PC Bill Walker wins Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound - From left: Zach, Benjamin, Michaela and Bill Walker celebrate his re-election in Owen Sound.

PC Bill Walker wins Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound - From left: Zach, Benjamin, Michaela and Bill Walker celebrate his re-election in Owen Sound.

Lakehead University hosts fall preview - Hundreds are expected to turn out for Lakehead University's fall preview day at the Orillia campus.

Lakehead University hosts fall preview - Hundreds are expected to turn out for Lakehead University's fall preview day at the Orillia campus.

Size does matter when it comes to garbage bins in Barrie - Environmental operations supervisor Sandy Coulter demonstrates how awkward it can be to lift an oversized garbage bin.

Size does matter when it comes to garbage bins in Barrie - Environmental operations supervisor Sandy Coulter demonstrates how awkward it can be to lift an oversized garbage bin.

Everett growth plan dominates candidates meeting - Issues surrounding the Everett Secondary Plan dominated the discussion at the Adjala-Tosorontio all-candidates meeting held Tuesday night at the Everett Legion.

Everett growth plan dominates candidates meeting - Issues surrounding the Everett Secondary Plan dominated the discussion at the Adjala-Tosorontio all-candidates meeting held Tuesday night at the Everett Legion.

Orillia Power Corp. director recognized with award - Paul Young (middle) received the Ronald R. Dodokin Award for his contributions to waterpower in Ontario. Young is pictured with the Orillia Power Corporation's Keith McAllister (right) and Paul Norris, president of the Ontario Waterpower Association.

Orillia Power Corp. director recognized with award - Paul Young (middle) received the Ronald R. Dodokin Award for his contributions to waterpower in Ontario. Young is pictured with the Orillia Power Corporation's Keith McAllister (right) and Paul Norris, president of the Ontario Waterpower Association.

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