Kensington takes another step toward bigger boundaries
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Alberton steps away from hiring bylaw enforcement officer
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Pulp mill shutdown not what P.E.I. fishermen were seeking
Onus on P.E.I. fishermen to confirm fishing nets have proper-size mesh
Kensington resident pleads guilty to several charges
Cong Jie Tan, 28, of Kensington has pleaded guilty to one count of failing to attend court as required by a judge and has been found guilty of one count of possession of stolen property. The charge is from July 11 in Summerside. Tan was ...
Summerside man guilty of unlawfully being in house
Scott Bruce Dalziel, 42, of Summerside, has pleaded guilty to one count of being unlawfully in a house. The charge is from Dec. 1 in Summerside. Dalziel was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail, which he received permission to do intermittently, ...
Alberton man gets year in jail
A 24-year-old Alberton man has pleaded guilty to one count of failing to stop a vehicle for a police officer, one count of operating a motor vehicle in a manner dangerous to the public, one count operating a vehicle while disqualified and one ...
St. Chrysostome man pleads guilty to drunk driving
A 54-year-old St. Chrysostome man has pleaded guilty to one count of having care and control of a motor vehicle while also having a blood alcohol level above the legal limit. Claude Arsenault was sentenced to serve three days in jail, ...
Tree disposal planned for late summer in Summerside
The large pile of trees collected after being knocked down by post-tropical storm Dorian won’t be going anywhere until at least late summer, said the director of municipal services for the City of Summerside. “There are options being ...
Impaired charge follows West Prince crash
A 24-year-old man has been arrested and charged following a single vehicle crash in Alma Sunday night. Prince District RCMP Cpl. Nick Doyle said police and Island EMS responded to the collision along Highway 2 around 8:54 p.m. on Jan. 12. The ...
Deadline to enter Francophone Ignition Contest Jan. 18
The last call has been issued for entries to the Francophone Ignition Contest. The contest, which is run by RDÉE Prince Edward Island, is aimed at Francophone people who have an idea for a new business and existing entrepreneurs who ...
French River man pleads guilty to fisheries charge
A French River man has pleaded guilty to one count of breaching a fishing license by having rope attaching a lobster trap to a primary buoy remain floating on the surface of the water after the lobster trap has been set. Clark Phillip ...
Ellerslie resident receives fine for fishing with improper nets
A 21-year-old Ellerslie resident has pleaded guilty to one count of contravening his fishing license by having on board a vessel one or more gill nets with a mesh size less than 66.7 mm. Parker Culleton was fined $2,000. He must also ...
Lennox Island man fined for fishing with improper nets
A 55-year-old Lennox Island man has pleaded guilty to one count of contravening Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licenses Regulations by having on board a vessel one or more gill nets with a mesh size less than 66.7 mm. Mark James Bernard was ...