Independent.ie launches redesigned site
Humbling support as Eist begins life
After a long journey Carlow will celebrate the grand opening of its dedicated care centre for people with cancer and their families on Wednesday.
Traffic relief 'in pipeline'
Plans are underway to help alleviate traffic on the Tullow Road approaching the Tullow Road roundabout as it experiences one of the heaviest traffic volumes in the county.
Gardaí conclude 1,400km mission
Two Carlow Gardaí took on the challenge of a 14-day cycle that covered 1,400km to help raise awareness of mental health issues and assist in suicide prevention.
'Life' honour for Michael at natonal builders awards
Local businessman Michael Doyle received a special honour this week when he was awarded with a lifetime achievement award at the national builders awards.
Popular sporting group goes the distance
CARLOW Road Cycling Club (CRCC) has been described as one of the best organised and progressive cycling clubs in Ireland. A title well earned as for almost 25 years now the club has been promoting cycling in a very professional manner.
Council questions if some businesses paying rates face household charge
Rates were yet again the topic of conversation when finances came under discussion at the recent Carlow County Council meeting.
Appeal to landowners to help stop flooding
Carlow County Council is working with land owners to help prevent flooding on Burrin Street and lands along the River Burrin following a flood in the area back in March.
Top talent for Eigse Festival
A number talents will perform in Carlow next month as part of the line up for this year's Eigse.
Great music at Fleadh festival in Leighlinbridge
Musicians will travel from all over to join in the fun at this year's Fleadh festival in Leighlinbridge.
Caught in the nick of time
Gardai swoop on gang