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One-way system for Church Street is not going away

A one-way system for Athlone is once again firmly back on the agenda, amid calls by councillors for something to be done about the condition and appearance of Church Street.

Christmas entertainment from Pot of Gold

Pot of Gold, Athlone and Mullingar would like to extend warm wishes to all of their members over the festive season and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Ballagh’ climb back to the top of the table

This year’s club action kicked off with a couple of big questions looking to be answered, could Ballintubber be the first team since the legendary Garrymore team to do three in a row in the senior championship. And would Charlestown be able to bounce straight back up from the intermediate championship after their shock fall from grace the previous year.

Unmissable one-day sale at The Forgotten Lady

Plus-size boutique The Forgotten Lady in Irishtown, Athlone are holding a one-day-only mid-season sale this Sunday October 21, from 12-6pm.

Byrne comes from behind to win Cullina 8k

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Message in a Bottle launched in Claremorris

Last night (Thursday) Claremorris and District Lions Club launched their new community project named Message in a Bottle.

Petworld creates new jobs in Mullingar

Pet retailer Petworld is delighted to announce the opening of its newest store. Located at Ashe Road, Irishtown the opening of the new store creates five new jobs in the area.

Man disabled by drink driver is done for drink driving

A man who lost the use of his left arm to a drunk driver 15 years ago was himself banned for drink driving for three years in the District Court this week (March 14).

Judge shows leniency to mother of a dozen

A shoplifter with 56 previous convictions who pleaded guilty to stealing €69 worth of groceries in the run-up to Christmas was fined just a fiver in the District Court this week (March 14), when the judge discovered the defendant was a 35-year-old mother of 12.

Rotary Club collects €12,000 for local charities

James Shivnan, president of the Rotary Club of Athlone wishes to thank all those who contributed to making the Rotary Club’s Tree of Remembrance such a success over Christmas. Some €12,000 has been raised, with the money going to three local charities.


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