Roscommon Herald update 24th May
This week’s articles of particular interest to readers in the Boyle region of north Co Roscommon.
Read the complete articles and many more in this week’s Roscommon Herald
Page 2: Editor Christina McHugh muses “…experts warned that eating too much of the humble potato could be bad for our health” -and- “I would like to wish colleague and friend Mairéad O’Shea well, as she leaves the Roscommon Herald for pastures new.
Page 2: Grange NS becomes 500th school to get broadband.
Page 2: A new daily bus service from Boyle to Roscommon and a service to Lough Key Forest Park to be rolled out by local Link as part of the NTA programme.
Page 12: New members are being sought for the Chamber of Commerce/Boyle Town & More in an effort to rejuvenate the town
Page 22: Boyle Open Art Exhibition seeks work from a variety of artists for BAF 2016 – July 22nd to July 30th
Page 46: John Mulligan tackles the issue of homelessness -and- refers to Minister Naughten linking school attendance with the payment of child benefit
Page 56: Boyle Town Focus includes a photo of BMS’s Viv Moran and Anne Kielty with Grainne Caldbeck, one of four of Boyle Musical Society’s nominees for an AIMS Award for “The Wizard of Oz” production