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THE funeral of a taxi driver murdered in neighbouring Dundalk, Co Louth has taken place today Friday 2nd October.
CONSIDERABLE debate ensued at this week’s September Monthly meeting of Carrickmacross and Castleblayney Municipal District Council with regard to an upgrading of safety measures on the N2 Roadway between Castleblayney and Aclint and the County Louth Border.
FOR the latest updated report from the Co-Ordinator of the local District Council, Frances Matthews, regarding local council works recently undertaken and works planned for October See Inside.
For councillors Questions and Answers regarding proposed local council works and improvement updates from this week's September meeting of Carrickmacross and Castleblayney District Council See Inside.
CARRICKMACROSS Tidy Town Committee members were in buoyant mood as they digested this year’s adjudication report which awarded the town its fourth gold medal in a row in the Department of the Environment/Super Valu National Tidy Town Awards 2015.
THE Carrick Emmets Strictly Come Dancing 2 event was held in the Phoenix Centre on Saturday night and was a great success.
A BADLY damaged and permanently flooded roadway which has caused huge inconvenience for residents of the Killanny area for over three years has finally been repaired writes Joe McCabe.
THE Patrick Kavanagh Weekend, now in its 32nd year, commenced on Friday 25th September in the Kavanagh Centre in Inniskeen and concludes Sunday 27th September.
THE Phoenix Sports and Recreation Centre in Carrickmacross has benefitted from a grant aid.