TIMES PAST Fire Brigade 1972
Ireland's largest Point-to-Point and Country Fair, takes place on Sunday, October 29th at the Devenish Lands at Dowth.
Football Immortals is the title of a new book by Rathkenny native Jim Gammons detailing Meath footballers historic trip to Australia back in 1968.
Community Historian, Brendan Matthews in association with the Old Drogheda Society will deliver a six-week Local History Course titled "Know Your Drogheda" at the Drogheda Museum Millmount.
Louth County Council (LCC) has agreed to carry out a... News
A major emergency operation was put in place on Monday as Storm Ophelia raged its fury... News
Drogheda woman Natalie Kelly has become a poster girl for those facing a battle in their lives. News
Louth County Council has no plans to altar its current arrangement for the former O'Reilly... News
Local councillor Frank Godfrey has defended a team of volunteers - which he is leading - in... News
They wondered about him, what his life was like before hard times hit, before something else consumed his days. News
Drogheda and its residents were certainly looking good as the annual celebration of dedication and community spirit among... News
A 51-year-old woman has been warned to have nothing more to do with children, after she... News
Drogheda gardai and the local authority are swooping on stockpiles of material destined... News
Major plans for the management of Bettystown beach have had to be delayed due to the fact that dog owners are allowing their pets to... News