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Summerside council debates $1.5 million land acquisition
Case adjourned for P.E.I. man who drove onto Charlottetown Airport runway
P.E.I. woman charged with attempted murder has case adjourned until Oct. 1
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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 ...
SERIES: The Holocaust - Mother’s Jewish faith comes to light after her death
BELLEORAM, N.L. – It wasn’t until after her death that Sophia May’s children learned their mother had kept a secret from them all their lives – she was Jewish. After years of research into her history and Jewish culture, ...
Devastated mother takes leap of faith to set up an alpaca farm in rural P.E.I., welcomes Open Farm Day
Janet Ogilvie takes leap of faith to set up an alpaca farm in rural P.E.I., welcomes Open Farm Day. ...
UPDATED: Major fire in Schurmans Point destroys home, displaces four residents
SCHURMANS POINT, P.E.I. – Smoke billowed overhead as a three-bedroom cedar property overlooking the waterfront burned to the ground Sunday afternoon in Schurmans Point. Kensington’s Deputy Fire Chief Rodney Hickey said the call ...
Kensington Mayor steps back into ring for fall election
KENSINGTON – Kensington Mayor Rowan Caseley has had a change of heart when it comes to running in the upcoming municipal election. “I’ve reconsidered. I’ll be seeking another term as mayor,” he said ...
High-flying women spread their wings for the 18th annual Gold Cup Air Rally
Gold Cup Air Rally soars through the sky in Slemon Park on Saturday morning as part of a fun and challenging cross-country leg. ...
CBC showcasing Tignish Tuesday
It was such a weak time, in fact, that CBC has chosen the Tignish episode to lead off Season Four of the show. ...
Summerside man visits relative’s grave in France on 100th anniversary of his death in First World War
Near the village of Dury, France, at the foot of a white grave marker with French and Canadian flags propped against it, sits a mason jar. Inside the container is a chunk red sandstone and a handful of bleached-white ...
Church Street Alberton getting new asphalt
ALBERTON Resurfacing and widening work on Alberton’s Church Street and along the Dock Road (Route 150 approach to it, will commence Monday, September 17. The work starts about a half a kilometer outside of Alberton on Dock Road, where a ...
Prosper West graduates thankful for program that helped them get employment
A woman who felt safe at home and struggled with the idea of stepping up and standing out. A young man who struggled through addictions and wondered how to rebuild his life. Another woman, on long-term disability and who thought that was all ...