Tony Davis grew up on P.E.I. and studied journalism at Holland College. He can be contacted at email@example.com
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COVID-19 affecting supply chain for P.E.I. bridge replacement
Work on the Oyster Bed Bridge replacement will take longer than expected due to COVID-19-related supply chain issues.
Pickleball picking up in Stratford
Pickleball has become so popular in Stratford, P.E.I., a wait-list had to be created at the town’s recreation centre,
Annual P.E.I. Spud hockey tournament cancelled
The organizers of The Spud hockey tournament in Charlottetown say they had no choice to cancel the event this year because of COVID-19 restrictions.
P.E.I. gymnasts test their skills after nearly a year without competing
It’s been nearly a year since some P.E.I. gymnasts have had a chance to test their skills at a competitive level. They got a taste of it this weekend.
P.E.I. dairy farmer turns poo pit into ice rink
A manure pit on a P.E.I. dairy farm is filled with something you may not expect — kids on skates.
Sewage lagoon in Stratford, P.E.I., well on the way to decommissioning
The town of Stratford, P.E.I., has been dealing with complaints about its waste treatment centre and has been trying to fix it for the last 16 years, says Deputy Mayor Gary Clow.
Golf without a green: Disc golf becoming popular winter sport on P.E.I.
Skiing, hockey and curling might leap to mind when thinking about winter sports. But some Islanders say disc golf is a good sport for the winter — especially when people are worried about COVID-19.
Black Cultural Society of P.E.I. hopes to advance discussions on race in 2021
The hope for 2021 is society will start to see change actually happen when it comes to racial injustice, says Tamara Steele, outgoing president of the Black Cultural Society of P.E.I.
P.E.I. hockey player encourages others to 'take a knee' against racial injustice
A Charlottetown hockey player is encouraging people to get educated about racial injustice and inequality while she plays in the NCAA in New Hampshire.
P.E.I. gecko breeder scaling up due to COVID-19
Mike Richard has been shipping out reptiles every week since the pandemic began.
A special delivery: P.E.I. woman gives birth in Jeep on Christmas Day
Santa wasn’t the only one making a delivery in the early morning hours on Christmas Day.
How quarantine boredom turned this dead tree into striking art
Rob Burke was quarantining at his property in St. Peters Bay, P.E.I., earlier this year when he decided he needed a project and set his sights on a dead tree.
P.E.I. COVID-19 testing clinics closing for Christmas Day, New Year's Day
Islanders needing a COVID-19 test are being told to look for a slot either before or after Christmas Day, since testing centres will be closed to observe the holiday.
Heritage rules to be reviewed by Summerside task force
It's been 17 years since the heritage rules were updated in Summerside, and planning chair Coun. Brian McFeely says it's time the city took a close look at them.
Summerside bookstore giving newcomers free books about Canada
When a customer tells Nancy Quinn they are new to Canada she asks what brought them to the country and often gives them a free book.