Roscommon Herald 5th April


This week’s articles of particular interest to readers in the Boyle region of north Co Roscommon.
Page 1: “…the constant rain left Hyde Park unplayable for Roscommon’s clash with Dublin on Sunday”
Page 2: Herald Editor Christina McHugh “But it apears the Trump machine is rolling on. His presidential bid is alive and well and while his foot seems to be permanently implanted in his mouth, it would appear there is no stopping him.”
Page 24: A Boyle man (Gordon Ryan, Abbeytown, Boyle) is “finally getting his life back” afer receiving a double lung transplant in 2013.
Page 26: Bank of ireland brought its Enterprise Town initiative to Boyle last Friday with special guest John Giles.
Page 28: Boyle man’s ‘labour of love’ launched by county librarian. A large crowd gathered in King house, Boyle for the launch of Barry Feely’s latest book ‘They Dared To Challenge’
Page 30: Ardcarne to remember the many victims of Ireland’s turbulent history.
Page 40: Reopening of Keadue Credit Union shows an ‘investment in the people of the area’
Page 42: John Mulligan “Our generation was taught that history stopped in 1916, with no mention of the dirty civil war that followed.” “The has been too much killing and dying for Ireland; we need to live for the country …”
Page 43: The monthly Herald Short Story is a joint initiative between the Roscommon Herald and Roscommon Co Counci, edited by Gerry Boland. This month’s story “Clear Blue Sky” was written by John Mulligan
Page 54/55: “Boyle Town Focus” features articles, news and upcoming (mostly) Boyle events
Read the complete articles and many more in this week’a Roscommon Herald