Boy (15) shot in foot and savagely beaten
A BRAY teenager was shot in the foot and beaten around the head last Sunday night in Fassaroe.
Teacher takes on visiting Arklow gang
A GROUP of Arklow men were involved in an altercation outside Gorey Community College last Wednesday in which a teacher had to intervene to prevent a student from being attacked.
The Keenan gang do Wicklow proud
WICKLOW referee John Keenan represented the county proudly last Sunday when he was given the daunting task of keeping the law in the Leinster Senior club hurling final between Carlow's, Mount Leinster Rangers and Wexford's, Oulart The Ballagh.
Generous Trocaire gifts amount to €27,270
IN another striking demonstration of the charitable generosity to be found in the Garden County, Trocaire last week revealed that Co. Wicklow bought ethical gifts to the value of €27,270 last Christmas.
Family pet killed by hunting pack
A FAMILY pet was savaged to death after a pack of hunting hounds attacked the dog as it played in the garden of its Ashford home.
All Kit-ted out for the high seas
MAN has been drawn to the sea's bounty since time immemorial, and being a coastal county, it should come as no surprise that Wicklow offers undoubted opportunities to intrepid entrepreneurs, having a celebrated seafaring tradition stretching back into hallowed antiquity.
Three shops on shortlist for off licence awards
REPRESENTATIVES from SuperValu Greystones attended the 21st Edward Dillon/Santa Rita Estates SuperValu Off Licence of the Year Awards on Wednesday, November 20 in the Galway Bay Hotel.
Pupils enjoy tour of gallery
AS part of an initiative by Wicklow Arts Office and Mermaid Arts Centre Bray, Fifth and Sixth Year Art students from Coláiste Chill Mhantáin were invited to have a guided tour of the gallery and theatre last Friday.
Garda accused of using forged letter
A WOMAN garda has been sent forward for trial accused of using a forged letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions in connection with a criminal investigation.
Deputy Ferris reiterates support for hospice
DEPUTY Anne Ferris reiterated her support for the Wicklow Hospice at the Labour Party Conference in Killarney on Sunday, December 1.