When a pharmacy runs short on a drug, the impact it can have on patients and pharmacists alike can be very stressful, not to mention confusing.
The Rev. W.J. Phillips Residence is looking a bit more festive after a donation of hand decorated wreaths from students in the Administrative Assistant program at Holland College.
The mayor of Tignish was expressing his disappointment over the fact a permanent family physician hasn’t been recruited for his community after the retirement of Dr Declan Fox from the Tignish Health Centre at the end of September.
We all know its here, the winter storms and the days where we cannot get out of the house. It can be frustrating when you are on a roll with your training and seeing positive results to have to miss workouts. If you only miss a day it can be made up the following day, but if you get storm st…
In 1996, ERC Concepts opened the Rev. W. J. Phillips Residence for senior resident care in Alberton, P. E. Island. The residence was named in honor of well-known and respected Church of England minister the Rev. William J Phillips and his wife, the former Blanche Champion of Alberton.
Kicking off this year’s Red Ribbon Campaign, the West Prince chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) decided to do something a little different with its annual open house.
In the over 20 years Vinny’s Coffee & Pizza Shop has been doing it’s weekly 50/50 draw, the business has raised $70,000 for PEI Family Violence Prevention Services.
In politics, a certain amount of discord is almost to be expected between the Premier and the Leader of the Official Opposition. It’s almost an unwritten rule at this point.
“Bringing a new industry to Prince Edward Island and one which shows indications of going far due to the quality of the product is the Eastern Potato Chips Inc. of Souris. The five shareholders in the company expect to market their product in all the Atlantic Provinces and to this have arran…
Sourcing funding for a big community project is not for the faint of heart, says the chair of a local group working towards building a community care facility in O’Leary.
In an effort to avoid passing on costs to its seniors, the Rev. W. J. Phillips Residence in Alberton has requested an exemption on paying municipal taxes for the 2020 season from town council.
All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) riders might have more access to certain roads if amendments are made to rules and regulations for ATVs during the 2019 session for the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island.
For two nights, the O’Leary Town Players will be entertaining residents with their annual holiday dinner theatre performance.
A very sad gun accident occurred at Alberton, Prince Edward Island early last Saturday morning (9 November 1929), resulting in the instant death of William Mallett of Northport aged fifteen years. - The Guardian November 13, 1929.
Ever start the gym with high enthusiasm and lofty goals of getting in better shape and nailing some great workouts? Its exciting to get started and imperative to keep that excitement going. With out it the workouts become routine, the training mundane and the fire inside will go out.
Isabelle Getson, along with her mother and grandmother, had just returned home from shopping when they spotted smoke in the living room of their Sunset Drive home in Tignish.
The pastor of St Simon and St Jude Parish in Tignish has issued a formal complaint to the town’s council about drivers loitering in the church’s parking lot.
The councils of Tignish and O’Leary say they need more information before considering a proposal on sharing the cost of a bylaw enforcement officer for West Prince.
The acting president of PEI’s Emergency Animal Response Team (EART) wants the public to know his group will respond to any disaster or emergency.
For the first time in three years, the staff and board members of the Western Hospital will be hosting its variety show at Westisle Composite High School Nov. 22 and 24.
By now, many Islanders either have their winter tires on their car, or have an appointment to get them on, and while tires are the first component to having a vehicle ready for the season, it’s not the only one.
The West Prince Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) hopes the new bench at the memorial orchard in O’Leary will help bring comfort for those who visit.
The proposed West Point to New Brunswick ferry service will be operating in time to accommodate part of next year’s tourist traffic from the mainland to Prince Edward Island, it was announced by Keith Matheson, secretary of West Point Ferries Ltd yesterday (18 December 1946).
The discovery of old vanilla bottles buried in a trash pile at the back corner of an apple orchard has led to a new found sense of purpose for one Piusville resident.
Work is partially complete on a new biomass heating system at ME Callaghan Intermediate School, one of five schools in the province chosen to undergo the change from oil to a more energy efficient heating system.
Honour and remembrance were the two words students at St Louis Elementary School were asked to focus on during their Remembrance Day assembly on Nov. 7.
Skinners Pond Harbour was the place selected by the federal government to test new technology that could make dredging harbours safer and cost-effective.