Alberton Town Council plans to send a letter to Dr André Celliers, Health PEI’s executive director of medical affairs and legal services. announced Mayor David Gordon on Jan. 14, during the council’s monthly meeting.
In the five years since the Mill River Biathlon Club was established in West Prince, the club’s head coach believes the popularity of the sport has grown in the region.
Thanks to a random act of kindness, for the next year Lennox Island resident Leslie Labobe will be able to find comfort in 365 inspirational messages written especially for him.
When Brian Hogan was looking for a way to honour the memory of his late wife, he decided a significant donation to the Western Hospital would be the best way to do so.
The co-chair of the Tyne Valley Caring Cupboard was feeling grateful after Ellerslie Elementary donated 28 packages of soup to the food bank.
As of Dec. 18, the likelihood of being caught driving under the influence will increase as the new Bill C-46 will allow RCMP officers to demand drivers take a breathalyzer without requiring reasonable suspicion they have consumed alcohol.
A minor hockey team from Tignish is being applauded for their sportsmanship after performing an act of kindness for a fellow hockey player battling cancer.
Upon entering the new Stewart Memorial Home in Tyne Valley, residents and visitors are greeted with the manor’s Main Street. The hallway is designed to look like separate buildings, like shops on Main Street, with large street-like lights, colourful siding, large signage and large windows.
The owner of Rooney’s Funeral Home in Alberton is inviting family members the business has served during the past year to join the funeral home for a candlelight memorial service on Dec. 7 at 7 pm.
After a two day delay due to weather, the construction of Tignish’s Lobster Trap Tree began Saturday morning at St Simon and St Jude Church.
A relative to the couple who recently lost their home and belongings in a house fire in Profits Corner has setup an account for donations at the Tignish Credit Union for the pair.
The office of PEI’s Lieutenant Governor says Antoinette Perry’s liking and commenting on social media posts of a Liberal MP was driven by friendship not partisanship.
The couple who lost their Profits Corner home to a structure fire Sunday afternoon are overwhelmed by the support they are receiving from the community.
It was an exciting evening of professional basketball as residents of West Prince cheered on the Island Storm during an exhibition game at Westisle Composite High School on Nov. 9.
Chief Matilda Ramjatten is excited what impact a multimillion dollar renovation to Lennox Island elementary will have on her community.
Kids West Family Resource Centre will be helping residents of West Prince get into the spirit of Christmas with an upcoming fundraising event.
Tignish Co-op employee Willard Ellsworth is the go-to guy when customers need assistance in finding items at the store.
A 20-year-old from O’Leary is training hard for the chance to represent Canada at an international skills competition in the area of 3D Game Art.
Growing up in Grand River, the eldest of four siblings, Barb Newcombe has been an active person all her life, thanks to her father getting his children involved in sports at an early age.
Captain Glen DesRoches was a family man who loved his community, while his first mate, Maurice ‘Moe’ Getson, is being remembered as a quiet, humble gentleman.
A body retrieved from North Cape on Sunday is believed to be one of two fishermen that went missing after the fishing boat, the Kyla Anna, capsized on the afternoon of Sept. 18.
Jada Doucette waves the Wish Wand she received from chair of the Children’s Wish Foundation Tignish committee Wanda Clark after 10-year-old girl donated $350 to the Children’s Wish Foundation. Jada, along with her nine-year-old cousin Marty Doucette, raised the money by setting up a lemonade…
A new keyboard recently purchased by the Elmsdale Community Centre honouring the memory of two area women will leave a lasting musical legacy.