Red light for JJB proposal
WHILE Louth County Board's partnership with DkIT for a new stadium is still on track, the proposed ground will not be located adjacent to the current JJB building.
Armed raid on farmer's house
Three men armed with two revolvers participated on a raid on the house of Mr. Michael Nugent, an aged farmer residing with his sister, an invalid, at Mullameelan, a lonely place convenient to Ardee, about eleven o'clock on Thursday night, the 23rd November.
BUDDING soccer stars gathered in the Barbican on Saturday for the presentation of the Coca-Cola International Services Drogheda Schoolchildren's League awards.
Karen wins top prize in NASCO art competition
Winners of the Inland Fisheries Ireland NASCO Art competition received their prizes from Minister Fergus O'Dowd in the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda.
Boys get stuck in at beach clean-up
Bus driver, John Shields, ferried a very enthusiastic group of lads down to Bettystown beach last week as the pupils of Donacarney Boys NS took on the task of cleaning up Bettystown's silver sands.
Intrepid skydivers raise almost €7,000 for ISPCC
AFTER UNDERTAKING a Skydive in aid of ISPCC Childline, the organisers recently presented a cheque worth €6,990.40 to Mary Gamble, ISPCC Community Fundraising Manager.
Buddhists go hungry to help fight suicide
MEMBERS of the Shaolin Buddhist Temple in Slane took part in a seven-day fast to raise money for local suicide awareness group SOSAD.
Duleek people of year announced in marquee
THE Duleek People of the Year Awards take place on Saturday 22nd in the festival marquee.
Borough council to clean gullies
MAJOR road flooding and damage to businesses as a result could be coming to an end around Drogheda's town centre.
Over 250 gardai on duty as Slane gets ready to rock
A MAJOR Garda policing and traffic management plan is to be put in place in Slane village in advance of the Bon Jovi concert at Slane Castle next Saturday.