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Prince County Community Happenings
Community School has new co-ordinator
Labour Congress presents pharmacare campaign at Labour Day event in Charlottetown
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Wait lists for transplants growing: Carpenter
Montrose man placing hope in organ donor registry
DesRoches seeking re-election for Ward 8: Wilmot
Former P.E.I. music teacher's sexual exploitation case now in judge’s hands
Replacement of helicopter pad underway at Indian Head Lighthouse
Summerside Terry Fox Run doubles usual attendance and fundraising total
Stolen vehicles recovered, one man facing charges
SUMMERSIDE – Two vehicles that were reported as stolen have been recovered, and a 19-year-old Summerside man is facing charges in relation to one of the incidents. At around 12 p.m. Monday afternoon, police received a call about a suspicious ...
SERIES: North Sydney couple lost families in Holocaust, found each other
They met while trying to locate lost family members. What they found instead was each other. ...
Summerside council debates $1.5 million land acquisition
SUMMERSIDE – An otherwise private topic was brought into the public forum during Monday’s city council meeting when council discussed the acquisition of a plot of land on Greenwood Drive that would be developed into an “Eco ...
Case adjourned for P.E.I. man who drove onto Charlottetown Airport runway
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A P.E.I. man who drove his vehicle onto the Charlottetown Airport runway says he wasn’t suicidal at the time. Matthew David Joseph Carter, 35, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in ...
P.E.I. woman charged with attempted murder has case adjourned until Oct. 1
A P.E.I. woman who was charged with attempted murder and administering a noxious substance has had her case adjourned until Oct. 1. The woman’s lawyer appeared in provincial court on her behalf Monday and said information is still being ...
Weather Network says P.E.I. fall temperatures will be average to slightly above normal
A nice, seasonal fall is in store for P.E.I., with temperatures expected to be average or slightly above normal. The Weather Network released its annual fall forecast on Monday, ahead of the actual first official date of autumn on Sept. ...
Retired P.E.I. music teacher Roger Jabbour denies former student’s sex allegations
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Roger James Jabbour took the stand Monday to deny all allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct levelled by his former music student. Jabbour is on trial on two counts of sexual exploitation arising from alleged ...
Discarded needles, impaired driving and break and enters in this week's Prince County RCMP report
Needles found at Community Hall On Sept. 11, at about 10 a.m., East Prince RCMP received a call from a caretaker at the Linkletter Community Hall, reporting that while cutting the grass he had found used needles on the property. Police ...
UPDATED: James Aylward steps down as P.E.I. PC Leader
IFrame CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - P.E.I.’s Opposition Leader James Aylward is stepping down as leader of the PC Party, less than a year after taking the helm of the party. Aylward made the announcement Monday, flanked by five of his ...
Summerside police reminding public to be cautious after needles found on Russell Street
Summerside Police Service are reminding the public to be careful of needles and sharps while in public spaces after receiving a call of about 15 to 20 needles located on Russel Street recently. Earlier in September, a Russell Street Resident was ...