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Seven households on Locust Street in Montague were trapped in a Catch- 22 when Island Waste trucks reportedly couldn’t get down the narrow street to collect garbage which has been piling up since mid-December.

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Jeannie Garnhum, special project coordinator with the Kings County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presents Southern Kings and Queens Food Bank manager Frank Dourté with a cheque for $1,000 at Nearly New on Main Street. Profits from sales of gently used clothing, children’s toys, decorations, ki…

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Frankie and Lorraine Hennessey present a cheque in the amount of $5,000 to Eastern Kings Health Foundation Board Member Richard Ching, right, as they pledged to the ‘People you know, Care you can trust’ campaign. The Hennessey’s commitment of $5,000 (Guardian Level) will be honoured on the D…

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Traffic lights at the corner of Main Street and the Wood Islands Hill in Montague blacked out when a privately-owned snow plow lost braking power and struck the control cabinet Monday morning. 

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The PEI Department of Fish and Wildlife will send an officer to Cambridge Wednesday to determine if any action should be taken against coyotes responsible for killing a family pet there on December 23.

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A 70-year old man will appear in Georgetown Court on January 17 following an altercation that saw an RCMP officer struck with a guitar.

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If the smile on the faces of Colville manor residents Cecile Holland, Dailes MacCormack and Marion Gallant are any indication, three new furry additions to the Souris-based facility will be a big hit.

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Vernon River Fire Chief Allister Veinot recently presented Noel McInnis with a 40 year service bar while fellow firefighter Erin Redmond was awarded a 20 year pin by Deputy Chief Nolan McGuirk. Charlotte MacAulay photo

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These days, Lois Flett, 84, resides at Perrin’s Marina Villa overlooking the Montague River. But she can tell you many stories of her life over the years, from her travels around the world to the people she’s met, including the King of Rock & Roll, Elvis Presley.

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See the year in review review in Eastern Graphic December 26 edition pages 6-14.

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The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is working with the Harbour Authorities and local contractors to have repairs completed at several PEI harbours after gale winds combined with extreme high tides in a late November storm caused damage.

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Six-year old Marcus Hebert whispered into Santa’s ear during the recent Old Fashioned Christmas Festival in Georgetown. The guest from the North Pole played a large role in the two-day event. He dropped into a pancake breakfast where kids were invited to have their photos taken with him and …

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Far from being a "once in a lifetime" event, Dr. Adam Fenech warns the 2018 growing season could be a sign of things to come.

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A steady stream of family members and friends dropped by the Dr John M Gillis Memorial Lodge in Belfast on Saturday to help Donald MacDonald celebrate his 106th birthday. He was also visited by former neighbours from Kinross, which his heart will always call home. Lodge employee Laura Gallo …

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The new Riverview Manor in Montague is on schedule to open in early winter 2019, according to a spokesperson from the provincial Department of Transportation Infrastructure and Energy.

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The winners, as selected by Hugh MacDonald, who judged the entries in The Graphic’s 2018 Christmas Essay Contest are Gladys MacDonald of Georgetown in the Adult category and Sam Bowman of Flat River in the Youth division.

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Chazz and Michael Smith got a lot more than they bargained for when they purchased an historical property in Fortune Bridge and began renovations to turn it into an Inn. Letters, photos and coins from 1923 and 1924 are among the mementos stuffed behind a wall in what was once known as Bea Jo…