01 November 2002
DROGHEDA ABACAS School for Children with Autism was delighted to receive a cheque for €1,200 from Mark Quinn and Doneycarney Celtic from their recent Golden Sands 5k on Bettystown beach.
'MOUNTAINS SPEAK to us. They make us look up. They draw us irresistibly towards the beyond. They touch our souls'.
THE 'KEEP Our Streets Clean of Dog Fouling' campaign is organising a 30-minute walk on Sunday December 8th at 2pm, departing from Millmount, to highlight the problem.
THE popular Brown Hound bakery on the Dublin Road had an unexpected celebrity visitor last week when a low-key Ronan Keating dropped in for some coffee and scones with his girlfriend and sister.
GARDAí in Drogheda have said they are investigating a series of incidents in which a white van has almost caused a number of deliberate accidents.
EXPERTS have begun state-of-the-art investigations to see if pre-historic caves lie beneath the 'cup and saucer' at Millmount.
A MAJOR flooding issue has arisen in Greenhills in recent months, and Cllr. Oliver Tully is calling for urgent action.
A NORTH Louth woman has declared she won't be hurrying back to Drogheda's town centre to shop after being hit with a €60 parking fine.
TWO youths who were drunk and caught on CCTV causing €500 worth of damage to a car parked in the centre of town have had the case against them adjourned for one week for payment of compensation.
RESIDENTS in Louth have been warned to be vigilant in the run-up to Christmas after a huge number of burglaries in the area over the past week.
FIRE-BREATHERS, stilt-walkers and a very large snake! This was no ordinary Saturday night in Drogheda, and as the cream of the local business community took to the red carpet outside Earth niteclub, the glamour stakes were every bit as high as those for the coveted awards inside.
A DROGHEDA man is hoping to recruit supporters to join the Concern Fast and 'Turn hunger into hope.'
ACTION is needed in three areas in Dunleer to curb anti social behaviour.