Roscommon Herald – 26th July


• Brian Farrell’subject for this week’s ‘Snapshots’ feature is the iconic Boyle lady Frances McGee (Marians Fashions) who will be 90 in November
• Senator Maura Hopkins is quoted in an article that includes – The spiralling costs of motor insurance, which is placing a “massive burden” on motorists has been branded ‘scandalous’
• Grant of €3,000 awarded by the Irish Geogial Society to support roof repairs to Boyle Courthouse
• Feighan raises extension to Garda Station opening hours.
• John Mulligan writes “Politicians not aligned with electorate (ref: Boyle’s new Promary Day Care Centre)
• Boyle Arts Festival committee lauded by former president
• Unveiling of 1916-2016 plaque on Boyle Courthouse at 5pm on Wednesday 27th July
• John Mulligan in conversation with Gerry Boland – a two page Q&A special
• Editor Christina muses ‘Too Posh to Parent’, a soon-to-be Channel 4 documentary