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Emyvale man gets 15 months in jail for armed robbery of Charlottetown store
Mechanical problem with ferry cancels two Aug. 18 crossings between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia
Two drivers injured in chain-reaction collision Aug. 15 on Hillsborough Bridge
P.E.I. restaurant sign asking "How do you tell if a Newfoundlander is gay?" was hotly debated
Western Hospital emergency room closed Monday, Aug. 19
Summerside councillor frustrated no bylaw officer in place yet
P.E.I. Girl Guides head to Ontario summer camp
For the very first time, P.E.I. Girl Guides have travelled to join their counterparts from across the country at a national summer camp. Island Guides will meet up with 1,200 new friends at Doe Lake Camp in Sprucedale, Ont. for the first time at ...
No change to gas prices Aug. 16, 2019
There was no change to gas prices in the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's weekly petroleum pricing announcement for Aug. 16. Including taxes, pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will continue to range from ...
Albany, P.E.I. woman, Prince County doctor stopped to help at crash that took life of New Brunswick man
Brenda Biemann didn’t expect to try and save a life on her way home from her job one pleasant summer evening. But that’s what happened when she and her husband stopped at the scene of an accident. Around 5 p.m. on Aug. 8, Brenda and ...
Gold Cup parade Friday invites tout le monde to make some noise
Thousands of people are expected to pour into downtown Charlottetown on Friday morning for the annual Gold Cup parade. The parade starts at 10 a.m. from North River Road. After receiving some feedback from the public last year, organizers have ...
Founders’ Food Hall and Market opens Friday
The wait is officially over — the new Charlottetown waterfront farmers’ market operating in Founders’ Hall opens Friday. The Founders’ Food Hall and Market building opens at 8 a.m. with most of the vendors opening at 11 ...
Funding of $2.4M will help bring Island farmers and agricultural researchers to the same table
Andrea McKenna and the East Prince Agri-Environment Association Inc. are bringing changes to farming on P.E.I. "We've set up an environment where researchers and producers can sit and the table together," said McKenna, describing ...
Two tractor-trailers collide in Hazelgrove, P.E.I.
Two tractor-trailers collided in Hazelgrove late Wednesday, sending one driver to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Around 10:45 p.m. a transport truck travelling east swung wide to make the turn into a small laneway. A second ...
Police seek armed robbery suspect in Summerside, P.E.I.
Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a Summerside gas station early Thursday morning. Just after 3:30 a.m. Aug. 15, Summerside Police Services responded to a hold up alarm at the Ultramar gas station on Granville Street. The ...
Lennox Island family builds a P.E.I. home for themselves
Construction has begun to create a new home for a family in Lennox Island. It's one of five Habitat for Humanity projects currently underway on P.E.I. The build on Lennox Island is for single mother Kelly Sark and her two ...
Pharmacy assistant accessed private health records, says P.E.I. privacy commissioner
A report by the Island’s information and privacy commissioner found that a pharmacy employee accessed private health records of another employee improperly. The report stopped short of determining whether this information was shared ...