O’Leary, Tignish mayors willing to give shared bylaw officer suggestion a look
Summerside Lions Club celebrates 65th anniversary and welcomes new member
Palmer Road man’s arson trial concludes, judge’s decision coming in early 2020
Conservation group raps DFO management of fisheries
Summerside’s Elm Street School playground committee calls on alumni for help
Palmer Road man facing trial for alleged 2018 Halloween arson
A thousand small dreams are made a reality through the Esther Finkle Fund
From knitted mittens to pottery items, wooden home décor and more, the Wilmot Community Centre in Summerside was buzzing with festive activity on Saturday. Jennifer Murphy was among the vendors, selling handmade fudge and cards – but ...
Poignant letter to Summerside woman reveals heartbreak of Second World War
It's one of the last letters a Spitfire pilot mailed to his sweetheart in Summerside. “My darling Elizabeth,” reads the letter. “I just got down from another routine flight in the heavens. It was so peaceful up there. You ...
P.E.I. NDP convention grapples with disappointing election results, but keeps focus on the issues
Island New Democrats kept a focus on issues of progressive social policy during the party’s annual convention on Saturday, voting against a leadership challenge for leader Joe Byrne. The vast majority of members opted against having a ...
P.E.I. to permit ridesharing for December
The province has announced it will allow ridesharing companies like Uber or local startup Red Ride to operate in P.E.I. The Department of Transportation stated that no legislative changes were needed in order to allow ride-sharing in ...
P.E.I. man guilty of carrying a concealed weapon, theft charges
Anthony James Doyle, 31, of no fixed address has pleaded guilty to one count of carrying a concealed weapon, a knife, one count of possession of a firearm, a rifle, without being a holder of a license, and one count of possession of stolen property, ...
Tignish-area residents flock to parking lot to view banners thanking local soldiers
Floyd Gaudet uses a popular coffee shop to describe the interest and the traffic the Tignish Legion’s Remembrance Banners project has created. “It’s a new Tim Hortons drive-thru,” Gaudet, a co-ordinator of the banner ...
Alma man found guilty of sexual assault as judge finds inconsistencies in his story
She was believed. He was not. Justice Terri MacPherson has found Matthew Leo Dunbar, 34, guilty of sexual assault. The Alma man was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Prince County home in 2018. The victim and ...
Summerside man sent to jail for trafficking child pornography
A 20-year-old man was in Summerside provincial court recently after he was found trafficking child pornography. Dexter Fabian Chaisson was sentenced to six months in jail and 36 months of probation after he was charged with transmitting a digital ...
Summerside Science and Discovery Centre waiting to hear from governments on funding
The fate of Summerside’s proposed Science and Discovery Centre is now in the hands of the federal and provincial governments. The two local groups sponsoring the project have applied for joint federal and provincial funding. Despite ...
RCMP investigates stolen lumber in Crapaud
On Nov. 5, the East Prince RCMP responded to a call of approximately $1,000 worth of lumber being stolen from a construction site in the Crapaud area. Anyone with information regarding this theft is asked contact the East Prince RCMP at ...