The sound of pounding hammers mixed with the noise of waves crashing on the beach filled the air at Myrick Shore Monday evening as a group of volunteers made temporary repairs to the area’s boardwalk.
Four young ladies vying for the crown in the 2019 Queen of the Furrows competition are, from left, 16- year old Isabella Acorn, of Dundas sponsored by Kings County Tractor and Machine Shop; 20-year old Ila Matheson of Albion Cross, sponsored by Foster Campbell Electric 2018 Ltd; 17-year old …
Councillors of the Rural Municipality of Eastern Kings have voted unanimously on a motion that variances of any type will not be considered in the proposed PEI Energy Corporation (PEIEC) wind farm.
The union representing public service workers employed at RCMP detachments plans to ask the federal police force for an uncensored version of a review into the escape of a prisoner from the Maypoint Detachment in Charlottetown this past January.
It was a first place finish for host Township Tigers in the Intermediate Women 2019 Eastern Canadian Championship at Ellis Field on Aug. 18. The PEI team defeated the Dartmouth She Devils 9-8 to win the weekend tournament in O’Leary. The Tigers finished the round robin of play 4-2 when they …
Rotary Gold mine winner Jasmine Croitor, left, and her mom Judy MacKay, right, were excited to pick up a $11,913 cheque from Montague Rotarian Jan MacNeill on Tuesday. The Murray river family looks forward to using their winnings from draw #389 of the weekly toonie lottery to do some home re…
Souris‘ aging wastewater treatment plant is being replaced with a $3.4 million upgrade thanks to a $2.4 million contribution from the federal and provincial governments.
Finding space for Three Rivers administrative offices, but not necessarily a town hall, is the priority at this point in time says Mayor Ed MacAulay.
Descendents of Antoine Detcheverry and Marie Pinet, 16th century Acadian settlers in Eastern Kings, held a ceremony on the weekend to pay homage to their ancestors. Over 100 people from across, PEI, Canada and the United States took part in a ceremony on Sunday afternoon at the site of a mon…
Souris is becoming a hot spot for potential immigrant investors to visit, but it has yet to translate into significant economic or population growth for the town, says Mayor Steve O’Brien.
Problems with the sludge dewatering system with the Town of Three Rivers sewer plant (Montague Sewer & Water Corporation), along with requests to hook up to the system, have lead to the need for upgrades.
The Northside Communities Initiative group is excited to announce former Toronto Blue Jay and Montreal Expo, Matt Stairs, as this year’s head table speaker for the Morell Sportsman’s Dinner.
There were 44 participants at the inter-provincial Shuffleboard Tournament on Wednesday, July 31 hosted by the Eastern PEI Shuffleboard Club at the Cavendish Farms Wellness Centre.
A group of seniors at the Alberton Bakery last Wednesday had the chance to enjoy a delicious lunch and the company of others thanks to a new program being run by Transportation West.
Tignish will be seeking out the support of surrounding communities as council moves forward with their plans to build a recreational facility in the town.
The mayor of Alberton calls the situation at Western Hospital alarming following two weekends in a row of emergency services being closed at the facility due to staff shortages. “This is not a problem that happened overnight, we know this has been going on for awhile, but it does seem to be …
Starting on August 15, four teams from around Eastern Canada will be in O’Leary, vying to win the trophy for the 2019 Eastern Canadian Women’s Intermediate Softball Championships.
Due to a temporary lack of physician coverage the Emergency Department and the Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) at Western Hospital will be closed on Friday, Aug. 9.
Allison Ellis has had nothing but issues with his Acorn Stairlift since having the device installed at his West Cape home back in December.
Transportation Minister Steven Myers is accepting full responsibility for the poor timing of construction on the Montague waterfront.
Wild blueberry growers in eastern PEI expect an above-average crop once harvesting begins in a few weeks, thanks in part to the recent heat wave that’s helping to ripen up the berries.
The descendants of Jacques (1908-1976) and Clarrise (1913 - 2012) Gallant, gather every five years to celebrate their heritage. This year,177 of the 226 children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mama & Papa Jacques, along with their spouses and children joined together for a wee…
Eastern Kings Municipal Council continues to consider the wind turbine proposal submitted by PEI Energy Corporation while residents remain divided.
The Montague Regional High School Class of ’69 held their 50-Year Class Reunion on the weekend with more than 80 graduates and their spouses attending the various functions. Many took in a tour of Montague Regional School on Friday afternoon before moving on to Cavendish Farms Wellness Centr…
Hopes for the fall lobster season are high as fishers in Lobster Fishing Area (LFA) 25 prepare for opening day on August 8.
Along with rides, games, and competitions of strength, the Prince County Exhibition gave a chance for 4H participants to show off their hard work in raising and caring for animals.