A MAN who was involved in a fracas during a wedding reception at a Carrickmacross hotel in which it was alleged he assaulted two men has been ordered to pay €16,000 to avoid a jail sentence.
CARRICK native Professor Mary Daly returned to Carrickmacross where she has given a very interesting talk on ‘Women and work in Ireland in the past 200 years.’
CARRICKMACROSS and Castleblayney Municipal Council has no control over the number of take away food premises, which may be allowed in Carrickmacross or Castleblayney Town Centres. This was the message from Town Manager Paul Clifford at the most recent meeting of the council after a query from Cllr Noel Keelan.
A FORTY-one -year-old Carrickmacross man has been remanded in custody at Carrickmacross District Court sitting in Monaghan Town today Wednesday 22nd October, charged with assaulting his mother and a member of an Garda Siochana contrary to Section 2 of the Non-fatal Offences Against the Person Act.
FIVE further Carrickmacross area speeding summonses were thrown out of court by Judge Séan MacBride at Carrickmacross District Court sitting in Monaghan Town today Wednesday 22nd October. The judge also criticised the lack of communication between the Garda Pulse computer system and the fixed Charge Processing Office in Thurles, Co. Tipperary.
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PROFESSOR Christine Kinealy, Founding Director of Ireland's Great Hunger Institute, based in Connecticut, USA is to launch four newly commissioned permanent textile pieces by artist Orlagh Meegan- Gallagher at Carrickmacross Workhouse this Friday 24th October at 7.00pm.
TRIBUTES have been paid to the late Martin Crilly, solicitor and sympathy extended to his family and friends at this week’s sitting of Monaghan Circuit Court sitting in Carrickmacross on Tuesday 21st October.
CarrickGazette.ie, a professional news service, is back due to public demand to bring the latest and best up to date news to South Monaghan people everywhere.
THE American driver of a car involved in a fatal traffic accident which claimed the life of a three-year-old boy outside Carrickmacross in May has received a three-year suspended sentence.