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Summerside ghost walk scheduled for Oct. 16 postponed to Oct. 24
Atlantic Canada universities see hike in international students
Eugene's General Store, a Tignish landmark, demolished following Oct. 6 fire
Infant formula recalled due to possible contamination
Summerside family distraught after fire destroys home on Thanksgiving weekend
Research into extension for Summerside's Pope Road back on track
Summerside’s Coats for Kids urgently needs gently used warm clothing ahead of winter
Despite being visually impaired, Sandra Gallagher is unstoppable when it comes to spreading warmth and kindness over the cold shoulder of the season. The organizer of the annual Coats for Kids drive said this is a cause “close to her ...
Wheels turn slow for 2019 P.E.I. potato harvest
About 20 millimetres of rain Monday afternoon into Tuesday ground this year's P.E.I. potato harvest to another halt. Weather for the rest of the week, however, looks promising. More rain is in the forecast for Sunday and into next ...
Defunct Summerside Regional Development Corporation may be set for a return
Summerside’s now-defunct regional development corporation may be due for a comeback. For 47 years the Summerside Regional Development Corporation (SRDC) was an active player in the business scene within the community, but it was ...
P.E.I. beach clean-up organizers say less garbage collected in 2019 than in previous years
The co-ordinator of the Roseville/Miminegash Watersheds Inc. is commending beach walkers for the active role they play in ridding beaches of debris. Danny Murphy said his association conducts two beach cleanups annually one in early August and the ...
P.E.I. lobster season closes Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019
Despite missing about 10 fishing days, including four last week due to foul weather, Miminegash lobster fisherman Thane Deagle said Tuesday he’s quite satisfied with the Lobster Fishing Area 25 fall lobster fishery, which closes ...
Summerside ready to start construction of new eco-business park
Development of a new eco-business park in Summerside is ahead of schedule. The city recently acquired 14.5 acres of land off Greenwood Drive for the project. It only expected to be able to make the purchase and do some surveying work with ...
Rebuilding is the only plan for Eugene's General Store owners after Oct. 6 fire
The operator of Eugene’s General Store in Tignish says he’s eager to rebuild as soon as possible. “That’s the only plan," Carter Morrissey said. “The overall shape and size will probably be the same because I ...
UPDATED, VIDEO: Tignish's Eugene's General Store burns in fire Sunday afternoon
Tignish Talk: Where politics and religion are not discussed
So, have you heard the Tignish 'Word of the Day'? That question has become a popular conversation starter for followers of a West Prince Facebook group – Tignish Talk. Since March 1, Joanne Perry has been posting a daily version ...
Mediation helps resolve Mayor Gordon’s sewer bill with Town of Alberton
Town of Alberton and Mayor David Gordon have reached an agreement on the mayor's sewer bill. Gordon will pay the town $3,035 by Oct. 12, to cover sewer fees accumulated from 2001 to 2019. He will also pay the town $5,000 in penalty charges. ...