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Earl Randall launching Let ’Er Roll May 1 in Antigonish
Pleasantdale one win away from Rural League title
Paul MacLean’s agent says no conversations were had about Cape Breton ...
Muay Thai: Kickboxing is still kicking in Antigonish
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Bernie Vosman's legacy bringing people together
Musical theatre takes center stage at New Glasgow Music Festival
Strait Pirates and Sackville Blazers tied at two games apiece
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Covehead dog with fans around the world makes calendar benefitting P.E.I. Humane Society
COVEHEAD, P.E.I. - Sully isn’t your typical pet pooch. The six-month-old pup, a cross between a Border collie and St. Bernard, has fans around the world watching his daily adventures on P.E.I. About 1,100 fans follow a Facebook page ...
Loose batteries catch fire in drawer in Charlottetown home
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Alicia Packwood and Damien Morris had never heard of loose batteries causing a fire until they received a scary wake-up call on the weekend. They’re now hoping a fire that occurred in their Charlottetown home early ...
Fifteen years ago, hurricane Juan gave P.E.I. residents a wake-up call on improving emergency preparedness
Doug Gaudet can still remember waking up to the devastating phone call on Sept. 29, 2003. The Charlottetown Yacht Club member had spent much of the night before at the marina with others watching over vessels in anticipation of destruction wreaked ...
Hurricane Juan's path displaced outhouse, rabbit and trampoline for P.E.I. residents
I was a little too young to remember much of the devastation hurricane Juan brought to P.E.I. 15 years ago. Mitch MacDonald. Truth be told, the most vivid memory I have of the storm’s aftermath was waking up to see my family’s ...