Prince Edward County’s Newspaper of Record
February 26, 2024
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Newspaper named a finalist in best Editorial; Feature/News Series and Sports Photography categories
Of 232 kilometres of new broadband approved for roadside installation below ground, some 144 kilometres is either now in place or is underway.
Dr. Sean McIlreath has helped thousands of local cancer patients. The community he’s cared for so deeply is returning the favour.
Reduce landfill by donating to the Thrift Shop
County Fire and Rescue Crews face three house fires and an ice rescue in between
Picton Community Gardens poised to bear fruit with care and oversight
Cider Pioneer Grant Howes will be taking his place in the Ontario Agriculture Hall of Fame
Lesley Lavender steps down as Chamber CEO
The clinic will be nurse-practitioner led with physician support
Council vote signals the great energy transition has reached the County
Loyalist College expands programs, attracts international students to become a “destination of choice.”
West Lake photographer Cathy Caley captured this bald eagle at the water’s edge along the Glenora Ferry
route last week.
Council orders a conversation with neighbours of proposed Leeward House
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