St.Joseph's CBS Parents' Council sends thanks to all the parents and teachers who helped with the recent bag pack fundraiser in Dunnes Stores, Gorey. A total of €856 was raised and will be used to buy books for the book rental scheme.
MOTORISTS parking on freshly laid grass verges on The Avenue in Gorey, have turned the area 'into muck', Gorey Town Council was told at its monthly meeting last week.
THE revamped Rowan Tree restaurant has been unveiled at The Ashdown Park Hotel in Gorey.
WEXFORD County Council has no intention of buying a landmark pub in New Ross as it seeks to install a roundabout on the N30 road from Enniscorthy. A value of €250,000 has been put by the local authority on the Ferry Inn in Mountelliott but the council has found a cheaper alternative.
AN Ardamine farmer has spoken of his frustration at being burgled last week for the sixteenth time in five years.
A GOREY driving instructor was counting his blessings last week, when he narrowly escaped death or serious injury at the Naomh Eanna GAA Complex.
POWER has been restored to the majority of homes in North Wexford following last Wednesday's storm. Thousands of homes and businesses across the region were left without electricity supply when trees and power lines came crashing down.
ONLOOKERS say it was a miracle no-one was killed when two large roof sections were torn off the Ocean Point apartments in Courtown last Wednesday afternoon.
GARDAI had to pepper spray an aggressive man after they tried to intervene in an altercation he was having with a group of women, one of whom he accused of headbutting his already broken nose.
A MAN who said he didn't remember stealing a bag from a bus in Gorey was ordered to enter into a Probation Bond last week.
THE CHIEF executive of Wexford Chamber said the county was well positioned to grow jobs and the economy through its already strong business connections with North America.
A 69-year-old haulier who claims that he 'unknowingly' brought in over €1,300 worth of drugs through Rosslare Europort has had his case put back until April 7.
A KILMUCKRIDGE woman who withdrew her name from an election at a Fianna Fáil selection convention for the Gorey District has criticised how the election was run.
A GROUP of primary school pupils narrowly escaped serious injury after they were forced to take shelter from the storm in a roadside pub last Wednesday.