By Diarmaid Doherty THE owners of a Donegal pub which suffered major damage in a fire last week say they have been overwhelmed by the support and goodwill of the local community. Catherine and Paul Coyle who run the popular Teac Tessie in Meenaleck, Crolly say they are just thankful that nobody was hurt in […]
Gardaí are investigating all the circumstances surrounding the recovery of a body of a man from the Crolly River in County Donegal this morning. The man, believed to be in his 40s was removed from the river by the Coastguard and pronounced deceased at the scene. The body of the deceased was taken from the […]
IT has been confirmed that a body has been recovered from the Crolly River in West Donegal this morning. The Bunbeg Coast Guard responded to a call this morning and later recovered a body from the river.
The Bumble1000 Northwest Adventure roared into Donegal last weekend. The event in aid of Little Blue Heroes attracted thousands of people who watched on as the cars travelled all over Donegal. A large crowd turned out to see the cars in Crolly. Have you been spotted?
Irish Water reminds customers on the Rosses Regional Public Water Supply that the Boil Water Notice remains in place. The areas affected by the Boil Water Notice include Crolly, Loughanure, Annagry, Kinncasslagh, Burtonport, Dungloe, Gweedore, Gola Island, Inishfree Island and all areas and group water schemes supplied by Crolly Water Treatment Plant. The notice was […]
A cask of Crolly Whiskey raised €7,000 for a cancer charity when it was sold at the Scotch Whisky Industry Charity Auction earlier this week. The Irish single malt 2020 ex-Bourbon 200 litre Cask was donated by Letterkenny-based businessmen Joe Devenney, Conor McMenamin and Kieran Davis – the promoters behind the new whiskey distillery and […]
There was a painful poignancy to the last goodbye from a 12 year old girl to her older brothers that can still be heard in her voice today 92 years on
IT was a day of spraoí, craic agus ceol on Monday as crowds turned out in Crolly to help O’Donnell’s Mace and GO Service Station celebrate 30 years in business along the N56. For proprietors Stephen O’Donnell and his family it was a momentous day as the stars aligned to help mark the milestone. […]
CUSTOMERS walking into Siopa Chroithlí on Thursday and Friday last were reminded of by-gone days as oil lamps and candles lit up the store.
Following on from their incredible performance at the fantastic Swell Festival on the island of Arranmore last weekend, popular band The Heads Of State are heading west again tomorrow, Friday, to headline this month’s Clubeo at Leo’s Tavern, Crolly.