Publican is charged with dangerous driving
A brother of Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, was before Baltinglass District Court last week charged in connection with a car crash last October.
Work blamed for absence
A woman who wasn't in court because of 'strenuous work commitments' had the case against her adjourned until July at last Tuesday's sitting of Baltinglass District Court.
Man accused of harassing daughter and threatening son-in-law and an auctioneer
An 82-year-old man who was allegedly harassing his own daughter and who allegedly threatened to kill or cause serious harm to his son-in-law and also a Carlow-based auctioneer had his case adjourned until July when he appeared before Judge David Kennedy at last Tuesday's sitting of Baltinglass District Court.
'Dyson' scammers active in Carlow
Scam artists are targeting the Carlow area to charge up to €150 for service work on Dyson hoovers.
Minister opens new energy agency office
The new office for the Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency was officially opened this week by Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan.
Fishermen attacked by gang on Burrin
Three local fishermen were lucky to escape with their lives when they were attacked by a group of around 15 men as they fished along the river Burrin on Thursday evening.
Slight fall in planning applications in Carlow
There has been a slight fall in planning applications made in Carlow since last year.
Farmer walks away without injury after roundabout topple
A farmer had a lucky escape on Monday morning when he managed to free himself without injury from his tractor after it overturned on the N9 Powerstown roundabout.
Meat trader wins his appeal
An eleven-year battle to clear his name and remove the threat of a jail sentence ended recently for Carlow meat wholesaler Tom McCall of Crosslow, Tullow in Carlow Circuit Court.
Man charged with ten counts of burglary
A Dublin man was charged with ten counts of burglary after being arrested following an hour-long chase.