Here's a look at your community happenings
13 siblings held captive were likely coerced to remain quiet
WEATHER: THURSDAY, JAN. 18: Schools on one hour delay
P.E.I. woman in jail after defrauding employer almost $100,000
McKenna nets 24th goal of season
‘Aggressive’ planning underway for new Stratford, L.M. Montgomery classroom space
Capital city launches programs for 2018 Winter Active Campaign
Music P.E.I. Week set to go Jan. 24 to 28 in Charlottetown
Here are your community happenings
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P.E.I.'s Murphy group launches take-out, delivery app for Charlottetown restaurants
Changing world of giving
Seeking a life line
Campaign digs in for Children’s Hospitals
Kensington council OKs fish and chips shop for unused smithy
Sears in Charlottetown officially closed for merchandise sales on Monday
Workshop on cultural differences in workplace for Island employers
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – Island employers are encouraged to participate in a workshop of cultural differences in the workplace. “Benefitting from cultural differences in Canadian Organizations” is organized by RDÉE ...
New food delivery option comes to Capital region
Charlottetown-based Murphy Hospitality Group (MHG) is launching a new delivery service. Charlottetown and Stratford residents will now have the option to order take-out or delivery from any of the Murphy Hospitality Group restaurants located in ...
Vector Aerospace now called StandardAero
A name brand that Islanders, especially those in the Summerside area, have been seeing a lot of for almost a decade is undergoing a change. Vector Aerospace Atlantic is now known as StandardAero. The company recently started referring to itself ...
Too much car could prove costly for consumers
Destroyed in an accident at a Sackville intersection in late September, Dartmouth realtor Kamryn Lake’s Jeep was a write-off. And so, still aching from the impact of that collision which took “Jeepie” from her, Lake was forced to ...
Apple apologizes for secretly slowing older iPhones
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple apologized for secretly slowing down older iPhones, a move it said was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns related to battery fatigue. Many customers had interpreted the move as a way to for Apple to juice demand ...
Summerside resident opens Filipino and Asian food store in basement after identifying need in community
Leilani Cornejo Gallant never doubted that opening an Asian food store was a good idea. ...
Summerside couple open vintage street fashion store
Robbie Carruthers and Sam Stavert want to revive vintage streetwear in Summerside. ...
Silliker Glass expanding with second manufacturing plant
Silliker Glass sees a bright future in P.E.I. On Monday the Borden-Carleton based company announced plans to grow its glass-making business into a second facility in the town. “We’ve been working on expanding since about ...
There’s something about Christmas shopping that throws our rational side out the window. We know we’re going to make big purchases, but unlike other big purchases in life that we know are coming, we don’t save ...
Boom or bust of winning wealth
In shock and disbelief, the clerk stared at the screen. Then, he turned to Valmont LeBlanc and began shaking his hand. The New Brunswicker from Saint-Phillipe and Alfreda Cormier had just won $1 million in the Lotto 6/49. “A woman behind us ...