Water, water everywhere
WATER, water everywhere and not a drop of it to drink.
Hubert Murphy ARDEE businesses have until October 3 to sign up for a fibre broadband package that could transform the town into the future.
THE DROGHEDA Soup Kitchen organisation is going door-to-door, handing out food parcels.
Fiona Magennis A DROGHEDA teenager who has beaten cancer had even more to celebrate this week after receiving her Junior Cert results.
A MAN who climbed in through an open window at Drogheda Garda Station and stole two stab vests has been sentenced to six months in prison.
Fiona Magennis THE overcrowding in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital is still at crisis point according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).
A DUNLEER firm is making huge strides in the world of prototypes - delivering everything from wind turbines to body styling kits for Mercedes buses!
A CAMPAIGN to save the Newtownstalaban trees on the Termonfeckin Road has been launched following a story in last week's Drogheda Independent.
Hubert Murphy GARDAI, the council and school authorities are to be drafted in to...
THERE is 'significant' drug and alcohol use taking place on steps off the Chord Road, leading to the back strand.
LOCAL MEP Mairead McGuinness, Vice President of the European Parliament, is backing Phil Hogan's elevation to EU agriculture and rural affairs commissioner.
THE announcement that plans are being drawn up to move residents from St Mary's Drumcar into houses in the community has been greeted by dismay by some families.
Margaret Roddy SEAMUS Kirk, who has represented Louth as a Fianna Fáil TD for the past 32 years, is stepping down from politics and won't contest the next General Election.
Hubert Murphy FAMILIES and friends have been paying tribute to two road traffic victims, who died within hours of each other.
The annual general meeting of the Laytown & Bettystown Bowls Club was held at the Laytown Golf Club on Wednesday, 3rd. Sept. There was an excellent attendance of members who reviewed the activities of the past year.
Fiona Magennis THE 'Tullyallen crazy crow' is in fact a much-loved family pet that was hand-reared by a local couple after it fell out of the nest and injured its wing, it has been revealed.
Hubert Murphy IARNROD Eireann has said they'll meet local residents this week after a series of complaints over late night noise during works on the viaduct over the Boyne.
The new taxi ranks which have appeared in Francis Street and Park Street have been greeted with dismay by local traders as the...News
READING back on some old stories from times past, I spotted an item on a Termonfeckin soldier called Private Peter McDonnell of the...News
Suspended sentence for young woman who has turned life aroundNews
DkIT hosted the fist ever 'Accounts of the Conflict road show' on campus this weekNews
Dundalk Institute of Technology will host its annual open days this weekend.News