120 swimmers participate as 34th Annual Carrick Emmets Christmas Day Swim is a great success
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CORRESPONDENCE from Irish Water regarding its reply to a letter from Cllr Colm Carthy regarding increasingly high levels of lime in water servicing the Lisanisk and other areas area of Carrickmacross have been slammed at the December meeting of the local District Council.
THE local District Council is to seek a meeting with their counterparts in Louth County Council to discuss road improvements on the L04629 Road which leads from Inniskeen to the junction on the Dundalk/Carrickmacross Road at Conlon’s Pub at Channonrock.
FIVE members of Carrickmacross Divers Underwater Search and Recovery Unit were in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh today St Stephen’ Day 26th December to participate in a search of the River Erne for missing County Monaghan man Kieran McAree (23) from Emyvale who has been missing since Wednesday 17th December.
A very Happy Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous 2015 is extended to all CarrickGazette.ie readers Here is a seasonal and timely 'Blast from the Past'.
NEWS FLASH: REUTERS News agency has just reported that at 7.30am this morning Christmas Morning Irish time Santa Claus has COMPLETED all his deliveries throughout Ireland and the rest of the world having taken off from the North Pole at 7.20pm last night December 24th with his sleigh laden with bags of gifts for children all over the world. SEE EXCLUSIVE GAZETTE FOOTAGE ABOVE of the sleigh take off and click the 'Read More' button below.
A CARRICKMACROSS based Lego enthusiast has had one of his creations voted 4th Best display at the prestigious ‘Brick 2014’ in London which is Europe’s biggest Lego show.
THE Main Carrickmacross to Kingscourt Road has reopened Thursday Christmas Eve after a single car accident at Corduffkelly earlier in the day writes Joe McCabe.
THE death has occurred of well known former Carrickmacross grocer Tommy Shankey of Rakeeragh, Carrickmacross. Tommy passed away peacefully in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda on December 2nd 2014.
A LOCAL woman and her two small children aged 6 and 4 had a lucky escape earlier today Monday 22nd December when their jeep vehicle careered off the Drumconrath Road outside Carrickmacross and plunged into a river ending up on its side writes Joe McCabe.