Prince Edward County’s Newspaper of Record
February 26, 2024
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Of 232 kilometres of new broadband approved for roadside installation below ground, some 144 kilometres is either now in place or is underway.
Legendary County FM Board Chair J.J. Johnston steps down.
OPP conduct drug raid in the morning, rescue operation in the afternoon
Prince Edward Learning Centre and Thrive PEC collaborate on a Community Benefit Network
The County's first charging network will pay for itself
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
Council vote signals the great energy transition has reached the County
West Lake photographer Cathy Caley captured this bald eagle at the water’s edge along the Glenora Ferry
route last week.
It's in vivid colour, it's fast, and it's functional.
They say every little bit helps. How about 3,200?
Sterling asks for first right to existing water services in Wellington, offers to enter into the same up-front financing agreement.
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