Field names of the county chronicled
Louth's countless fields have been named at last!
Alison Comyn IT'S BEEN 21 years since local bridge players Aidan Hodgers and Eithne O'Shea came up with the idea for the Drogheda & District Bridge Congress, a milestone that was celebrated in style last Saturday in...
Alison Comyn IT COULD be said he lived life through his lens, and with the passing of William (Bill) Crimmins (94), Drogheda has lost one its greatest photographers, historians and businessmen.
Alison Comyn HUNDREDS GATHERED in St Peter's Church, West Street, Drogheda to...
THE BOYNE Valley's Germanic past is featured in a new App produced by the Goethe-Institut Irland.
WALKING TOURS of Historic Drogheda take place from Tuesday to Friday, departing from the Tourist Office, The Tholsel West Street, at 2.30pm.
I WAS walking down Stockwell Street midweek, around 7pm, and the place was buzzing.
THE ICA Floral demonstration held in The Grove House, Dunleer on Thursday June 26th was a huge success.
ONE RESIDENT of Lourdes Square who is hoping for sympathetic improvements to her lifelong home is Deirdre Howard Russell.
SOME chose to run at full tilt for five miles, some to enjoy a leisurely three-mile stroll and others to jog along the picturesque course at Belmont Demense and Killruddery House and Gardens recently.
Mary Fogarty OF all the gardens on earth, Powerscourt has the third nicest. President Michael D. Higgins planted a tree at the estate last Saturday along with his wife Sabina to celebrate the accolade.
KILCOOLE Heritage Weekend will be launched in Dublin and Kilcoole.
IRELAND'S 'First Lady' Sabina Higgins chose suitable jewellery for her visit to the Powerscourt Estate last Saturday.
GETTING a business off the ground in just two weeks is no mean feat but that's what Kathy Rogers did in Arklow three years ago.
2013 Wicklow Rose Sarah Whelan has released her own illustrated book, based on the lyrics to the old ballad that The Rose of Tralee competition is named after.
The 12th Annual National Sand Castle & Sand Sculpturing & Unitas Beach Sports Festival takes place on Bettystown beach on June 21 and 22nd.
THE Irish Military War Museum had an explosive start to life at their official opening.
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the death of one of the most remarkable women Louth has ever produced.News
Meath county council are approaching the national transport authority for funding for...News
It was poignant, sad and yet inspiring, all at the same...News
Goldcrop honoured its top quality seed growers at a special awards ceremony in Kilkenny and top of the pile was Louth tillage farmer...News
Coca-Cola International Services received the highly prestigious ICBE 2014 National Business Excellence Award, from the Irish Centre for...News
The flooding in Dunleer last week has been described as the worst since 1958, only that time the raging mid December waters...News
The Augustinian Church will host a special mass to remember all those who died in World War I.News
Mcor Technologies, the locally-based 3D Printer company, led a fascinating talk at 'Innovate Drogheda: Printing' on the opportunities...News
Local company, GOSH cosmetics have been searching the country high and low to find a girl who will front their ad campaign for 2015.Lifestyle
A full house at the TLT participated in Drogheda...News