Talking about Stompin’ Tom Connors
Kin Family now accepting applications for the long-standing Christmas hamper program
Atlantic Canadians struggling to cope with rising food prices, access issues since COVID-19
Kensington mayor, CAO meet with municipality
Kensington police, fire departments respond to incidents
Council approves donation to Kensington Meals on Wheels
Summerside council ignores staff recommendation on Elm Street intersection
Summerside Coun. Carrie Adams is typically driving through the busy intersection beside Elm Street Elementary School twice a day, she said. She drops her kid off there every weekday morning and picks them up in the afternoon - both of which are ...
Impaired driver and suspended driver caught at Confederation Bridge COVID-19 checkpoint
A 35-year-old Charlottetown man faces charges after he was stopped at the COVID-19 checkpoint at the Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton at 1 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17. The man did not have a valid driver’s license when asked. The staff ...
Police seize cocaine, hydromorphone during targeted vehicle stop in Summerside
A P.E.I. man faces charges after police conducted a targeted vehicle stop in Summerside on Thursday, Oct. 15. During the stop, the Prince District Joint Force Operations (JFO) unit, which is comprised of RCMP, Summerside and Kensington police ...
Upgrades complete at Credit Union Centre in Kensington
Renovations in the Credit Union Centre's canteen are completed. New fryers, an exhaust hood and a fan have been installed, along with a new fire suppression system. The FitPlex, located upstairs at Credit Union Centre, has added a new ...
Town of Kensington working with local Lions Club to plan annual Christmas parade
The Town of Kensington is hoping to continue hosting its annual Christmas parade. What the 2020 version will look like is unknown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but the town is hopeful an event will be able to go ahead on Sunday, Dec. ...
Police issue tickets, warnings in western P.E.I. during long weekend
Prince District RCMP issued 10 summary offence tickets and several warnings over the Thanksgiving long weekend. Police conducted 12 checkpoints where a total of 962 vehicles were checked. In addition to the summary offence tickets under the ...
Sexual assault of a minor sends P.E.I. man to federal penitentiary
A 20-year-old Prince County man was in court recently on charges of sexual assault. The man was charged with multiple sexual offences, including incest. Due to a publication ban, The Guardian is not naming the man to protect the identity of the ...
Resident doctors concerned upcoming in-person exam will increase COVID risks in Atlantic Canada
Mandatory in-person exams for resident doctors in the Atlantic region remain a go despite concerns by some of those residents that such gatherings could increase the risk of spreading the coronavirus during a time when cases are rising in other parts ...
Threat to ‘slit throats’ sends Summerside man to jail
Tyler Joseph Handrahan, 33, has been sentenced to six days in jail for threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend. On July 28, Handrahan called his ex-girlfriend looking to talk to her new boyfriend. The conversation got out of ...
Busy beaver cause for concern for Summerside parks manager
There’s no overnight camping in Summerside’s parks, but one visitor is not following the rules. A beaver has taken up residence in Heather Moyse Heritage Park. Near the Ottawa Street entrance, tree limbs are scattered on the ...