Prince District RCMP have begun an initiative in regard to concerns from residents about All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), specifically, ATV drivers on the highway.
Virtual reality technology has helped to keep residents at Margaret Stewart Ellis Home engaged and fend off isolation through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year’s annual PEI Strongest Man and Woman Event was able to pull off a successful event despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recreation departments in the region are ensuring Halloween fun will still be had despite public health restrictions due to COVID-19.
Between taking place on a Saturday, a rare blue hunter’s moon occurring, along with a full moon and Daylight Savings Time, there’s a good chance Halloween this year is going to be..... interesting.
“I have a very fine and frightful ghost story to tell in which I was involved myself, in the winter of 1948. My neighbor, John, a very staid and sober Scot, lives a distance of about 200 yards from me as the crow flies. One night he called on me. There was nothing unusual in this, but John s…
I often meet up with seniors in my travels who will say to me “I wish I would have started exercising and weigh training when I was younger, I’m too old for that now.” My response is usually “you’re too old NOT to start.” I believe that the older we are the more important exercise is. It is …
To make sure everyone is on the same page before opening for the season, the rink manager at the O’Leary Community Sports Centre hosted a virtual walk-thru of the facility on Oct. 14 and went over COVID-19 protocols at the arena.
For the third year in a row, the Westisle Wolverines AAA Baseball team has taken the provincial championship, something coach Trevor Wood credits to the quality of the athletes on the team.