Denis loved his family, his county and his native town
The late Denis Foley
The late Denis Foley
SIX years after the Kilcummin Sewerage Scheme was given the green light it's back to square one for the area's long suffering residents and business owners.
WORK to address persistent flooding in the Glenflesk area, which regularly leads to traffic restrictions on the busy N22 Kerry - Cork road, won't be considered until at least 2016.
KERRY County Council is currently seeking quotes from suitable contractors to carry out flood prevention works on the Cullowa River in Rathmore and the local authority hopes to begin the project as early as next month.
A point in a triangle of tragedy, linking Castleisland, Knocknagoshel and Ballyseedy to the dark days of the spring of 1923, was commemorated in Knocknagoshel on Sunday afternoon.
The late James O'Donnell
The late Brian Smullen
Michael Dan O'Sullivan (67), who passed away last on October 13, left West Kerry for the bright lights of London as a young emigrant and carved out an amazing career and a reputation as one of Kerry's leading lights in the world of commerce.
The late Ned Cavanagh
SOMETIMES you just have to enjoy the finer things in life and there's no better place than the annual Killarney Rotary Club 'Evening of Wine and Art', taking place in The Malton Hotel on Wednesday, November 20.
SOMEONE came up with a rough count of over 80 vehicles. They weren't far out as the official tally was later put at 83 as tractor and vintage machine enthusiasts gathered at the Castleisland Co-Op Mart yard on Sunday for the second Paudie Fitzmaurice Memorial Tractor and Vintage Run.
TRALEE woman Margaret Goodall had reason to celebrate this week as she won a brand new car thanks to Tralee Credit Union.
A GROUP of transition year students from Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School have taken their first steps towards a career in finance with the opening of the school's new credit union.
CHILDHOOD friends Liz Daly, Riverside and Louise Real, Oakview have always celebrated their birthdays together, and their 21st this weekend was no exception.
PUPILS from almost 60 schools in North Kerry and West Limerick will show their charitable side next week by donating thousands of gift-filled shoeboxes as part of Team Hope's Christmas Shoebox Appeal.
SOME 30 years after they first met, the former staff of Tesco and H Williams supermarkets at the Horan Centre in Tralee got together for a reunion on Saturday night.
MICHAEL Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, Bosco and even Fawlty Towers' clumsy waiter Manuel were among the characters who arrived at Herbert's Bar in Kilflynn on Friday night for a fundraising fancy dress organised to kick off this year's 'Movember' campaign in the village.
Munster MEP Seán Kelly raised the European flag at Scoil Mhuire, Knocknagoshel during his recent visit to the village school to celebrate it's successful participation in the Blue Star programme of 2012/2013 and the beginning of their participation in the 2013/2014 programme.
The late John 'Johnny' Meehan
THE tragic last moments of Killarney man Cian O'Donoghue, Gortacoosh, Glenflesk (19) who drowned in Lough Leane in Killarney this summer, were relived on Monday as his heartbroken family attended an inquest into his death.
PRESSURE is continuing to mount in Kerry this week for a reversal of the Government plan to impose 50 per cent commercial rates on unoccupied premises in the county.
THE biggest annual fundraising event in Tralee's biggest parish raised more than €40,000 over the course of the weekend.
'GOTTA Lotta Colour' was the caption and inspiration for the 2013/2014 Irish League of Credit Unions Poster Competition at Killarney Credit Union and it really inspired the imaginations of the young artists who entered.
BOOTS Chemists opened their new outlet in Tralee's Central Plaza last Wednesday to a warm reception from shoppers and with a helping hand from Kerry football star Kieran Donaghy.
MEMBERS of the Psychiatric Nurses' Association challenged delegates at last weekend's Labour party conference in Killarney over the current lack of mental health services in Kerry and asked that the issue be brought to the floor when the members met.
THIS FRIDAY, December 6, sees the official opening of the Waterville Water and Wastewater Scheme by Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan.
IT is difficult for farmers to plan ahead when they don't know what price they will get for their produce and this problem is set to become even more of an issue in the coming years with up and down variations in prices expected to increase even more.