OLLIE Horgan opens his tenure as the Finn Harps manager with a home game against Waterford United on Friday, March 7th.
IN ONLY four days a Letterkenny man’s online campaign to ‘Save the Church Lane’ has gone viral and garnered over 1,000 supporters.
POPULAR West Donegal-based art teacher Eilíse O’Hart trained as makeup artist in her spare time.
ONE OF Ireland’s most successful singer/songwriters of the past two decades will make a very welcome return to Donegal in his first full Irish regional tour in nearly a decade.
A GROUP campaigning against plans to remove a Catholic Chapel and other places of worship at Letterkenny General Hospital took the streets of Letterkenny on Saturday afternoon to collect signatures to present to the Health Service Executive in the coming weeks.
JASON Quigley has given the biggest indication yet that he is gearing up to turn professional.
THESE games are never the most pleasing on the eye, but there was plenty to admire about the late comeback to secure Donegal’s first win of 2014 in Armagh.
ON Friday, January 17, one of Ireland’s best known pop singers will be the special guest at a monthly singer’s club in West Donegal.
A GLASGOW private hire driver is under investigation for allegedly refusing to allow two West Donegal brothers to speak Irish in his car.
GARDAI have confirmed to the Donegal News today (Wednesday) that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a man at a property at Lower Main Street in Letterkenny last night.