POPULAR local Bus Eireann Inspector and prominent South Monaghan community volunteer Paddy Gollogly has retired from Bus Eireann today Tuesday 30th June writes Joe McCabe. There was a large gathering in Monaghan Town on Tuesday evening to mark Paddy's last day in the job comprising Paddy’s family members, friends, colleagues and other well-wishers . See full story and pictures inside.
A South Monaghan man is part of the Irish soccer team making a name for itself at the Medical World Cup tournament which is currently being held at Long Beach, California in the United States writes Joe McCabe.
FOR today's cases at Carrickmacross District Court See Inside.
PLANS and a works timeline have been revealed for safety improvement works for the junction adjacent to the former Barford Meats site writes Joe McCabe.
CARRICKMACROSS and Castleblayney Municipal District Council presented its Community grants for 2015/2016 to local Carrickmacross Community Groups at Carrickmacross Civic Offices on Monday evening. See FULL PICTURE COVERAGE AND AMOUNTS GRANTED INSIDE.
CARRICKMACROSS and Castleblayney Municipal Council has elected a new Chairman for the forthcoming year at its Annual General meeting writes Joe McCabe.
A number of local deaths have occurred. See Bereavement Notices Section.
MINDLESS vandals have struck a blow against the entire community of Carrickmacross when they vandalized several Tidy Town flower displays over the weekend. Again this has highlighted the need in our town for the presence of Closed Circuit Television Cameras – CCTV writes Joe McCabe.
SOUTH Monaghan anti-pylon landowners and pylon objectors affected by Eirgrid’s controversial plan to build a new overhead cross-border North/South electricity inter-connector gathered in Corduff/Raferagh Community Centre on Wednesday night 24th June for what was described as a ‘briefing and consultation night’ writes Joe McCabe. SEE FULL STORY AND PICTURES INSIDE.
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