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In the battle for Prince Edward Island's groundwater, scientists are largely caught in the middle of the proverbial tug-of-war.
A Cornwall, P.E.I. woman will serve 45 days in jail for stealing from the Bluefield High School band program and a little league baseball team.
P.E.I. RCMP tweeted this photo of a shopping cart hanging from a street sign in Stratford, Tuesday, July 22. Prince Edward Island RCMP used their Twitter account this morning to remind the public that altering street signs is against the law.
Members from the Kensington fire department were dispatched at 7:40 a.m.July 19 to rescue a border collie and its owner who were trapped in a 24-foot deep well in Baltic, north of the town of Kensington in PEI An uncovered well set the scene for what could have been a tragic situation over the weekend in Baltic, Prince Edward Island.
The number of people drowning in the Maritimes is falling, but the rates are not the same in all three provinces.
The staff at McInnes Cooper recently spent an afternoon planting maple trees and some native shrubs in Charlottetown's Victoria Park.
The great white shark was hauled up dead in the net of David McKendrick of Alberton, P.E.I. in 1983.
A 29-year-old Charlottetown man is in custody charged with an armed robbery just before 9 a.m. Saturday.
Petty Officer Dwayne Milligan shows Jeremy Douchane the ins and outs of the ship's controls during a tour Sunday of the HMCS Kingston, a coastal patrol vessel docked in Charlottetown for weekend.
HMCS Kingston is docked at the Charlottetown waterfront Sunday and the public is welcome to take a tour of the Canadian warship.
"Buddhism is another way of life. We're here trying to bring harmony to the community," says Liu, a Buddhist monk with the Great Enlightenment Buddhist Institute Society.
The Tryon United Baptist Church building will be moved in August so Route 1 can be straightened.
Nicole Reeves and her sister Gillian won a rising star award Saturday from the Prince County Horsemen's Club.
Volunteers hand out maps and give information to trail users, and also work with conservation officers on the lookout for illegal activities, such as people riding ATVs and dirt bikes.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:32 am
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