Funding to turn old RIC Barracks into youth club

FUNDING has been secured to turn the old RIC Barracks in Killygordon into a Youth and Community Hub. The youth club has been granted LEADER funding and has secured match funding from a family who wish to remain anonymous, allowing them to progress with the ambitious refurbishment. The project was previously granted permission in 2013 […]

A great night in ’64 comes back to life

MUSIC recorded from a house party in Ballybofey more than fifty years ago has been brought to life in a new CD. ‘The Sparkling Dawn’ showcases the talents of two great Donegal fiddle players, the late Hughie Gillespie and Frank Kelly. Tapes of the music, which was recorded in 1964 not long after Gillespie emigrated […]

Milestone year for one of Donegal’s oldest businesses

TOPLINE McCreary’s in Crossroads, Killygordon has 160 reasons to celebrate this year. Founded in 1860 by Johnston McCreary the family-run hardware and DIY store is celebrating its 160th anniversary. One of Donegal’s oldest stores, the business has remained within the McCreary family for five generations. It is now under the control of Darren McCreary who, […]

Price of ‘Ireland’s cheapest house’ doubled at auction

A detached three bedroom house outside Killygordon sold for double its guide price at auction on Thursday last. Mounthall Cottage, with a guide price of €15,000, had been labelled the cheapest house in Ireland when it was first listed in the latest BidX1 online auction. However, when bidding closed and the hammer finally fell it […]

Another rural break-in overnight in Donegal

  Significant damage was caused to a rural, family-run business in Killygordon after two men broke into the premises over night.  McCreary’s Topline, at Crossroads in Killygordon was broken into in the early hours of this morning, however it is understood nothing was stolen, but extensive damage was caused.  Advertisement A security alarm alerted Gardai […]