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In memory of Pa Boyle

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In 1940, Shantalla was just green fields with an occasional farmhouse. A decade later, it was a sprawling housing estate with a large young population. They were slowly developing a sense of community, but sadly, they had no facilities such as parks or pitches to play games on.

Fire causes serious damage to two popular Athlone businesses

A fire which seriously damaged Charlies Bar and neighbouring business Bar One Racing is not being treated from a criminal perspective, a member of the local Garda confirmed to the Athlone Advertiser on Tuesday.

Break in at Covid-19 test centre branded as both ‘disgusting’ and ‘unforgivable’

The break-in into the pop-up Covid-19 test centre at the former St Aloysius College in Athlone has been described as the “lowest of the low” and “disgusting” by public representatives this week.

Serious fire causes damage to St Mary’s Place properties

A male in his 20s was arrested, questioned and released without charge following a serious blaze which damaged residential properties at St Mary’s Place in Athlone on Thursday night last.

Local Garda detectives seize large cash sum from car in Athlone estate

Garda detectives seized €160,000 in cash from a car following a stop and search operation at Auburn Heights on the east side of Athlone on Friday night last.

Garda detectives seize large cash sum from car in Athlone estate

Garda detectives seized €160,000 in cash from a car following a stop and search operation at Auburn Heights on the east side of Athlone on Friday night last.

Local gardai issue fines to students in attendance at house party

Local Gardai were called to the scene of a house party in Willow Park in the early hours of Sunday morning last.

Easter policing plan to be implemented to deal with large gatherings in Salthill and Knocknacarra

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A special policing plan will be implemented in Salthill and Knocknacarra over the Easter period to deal with antisocial behaviour.

British Army and RIC unleash terror on the streets of Clifden

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March 1921 saw the British army's D Company Auxiliaries continue their tour of east Galway, assisted by an RAF spotter plane, the RIC, the Black and Tans, and various members of the Crown Forces.

Drug driving incidents on the increase local Sergeant confirms

There has been a noted increase in drug driving incidents in recent times, it has been confirmed to the Athlone Advertiser this week.

 

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