Alberton council plans to once again look into hiring a bylaw enforcement officer.
Island Trails is going to need volunteers now that it has secured a lease agreement from the province to manage a trail system in the Forestview area of western PEI.
From 1894-1895, Lucy Maud Montgomery taught at Bideford School in western PEI, her first teaching position. She was only 19 years-old when she came to Bideford.
Alberton council is hoping to move the postal boxes from their current location next to the town hall to just in behind the building, where the parking lot is.
The owner of Tyne Valley Teas Café has noticed fewer customers coming in without masks on since the change to the Island’s mandatory masking policy on July 9.
Alberton Fire Department had to temporarily block off a portion of Main Street late Friday afternoon due to damaged telecommunication lines that were hanging over the road.
This year’s Potato Blossom Festival in O’Leary will be pared down than it was in past iterations, but Katie MacLennan is looking forward to it.
Unfortunately, for the second summer in a row, a full-scale version of the St Anthony’s Parish Picnic won’t be happening this year.
Dorothy Smith has been the assistant manager at the O’Leary Farmers Co-op since 2010. The O’Leary Co-op has over 3,500 members and has been serving the communities of West Prince for over 70 years.