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Councillors offer ideas on drawing more shoppers to Mullingar

Unanimous support was voiced by Council members at Monday’s meeting of of the Municipal District of Mullingar-Kinnegad for retaining six days of free parking, and if possible extending it further.

Many happy memories recalled at Mary Coyle’s retirement party

“I saw our school as a family, and I was the Mammy!” said a very proud Mary Coyle as she stepped down as Principal of Castlepollard Community College after 11 years at the helm.

Third person arrested in relation to major drugs and guns find

There’s been a significant sequel to last week’s major drugs and guns find by Gardaí in a house in Mullingar.

A ‘drive-by’ birthday celebration for centenarian Margaret Farrington

The local community from the village of Delvin was given some welcome respite from the pandemic ‘blues’ last Saturday afternoon for the birthday of its oldest resident Margaret Farrington who celebrated her 100th birthday on Wednesday, 4 November.

Mullingar’s Dr Kingston Mills named as SFI Researcher of the Year 2020

During what has been an exceptionally eventful and challenging year, Mullingar’s Dr. Kingston Mills was one of Ireland’s leading researchers.

Passing of Sr. Finbarr Breslin – ‘The people’s person’ extraordinaire

The legacy Sr. Finbarr Breslin leaves behind is an unequalled one, not only in parish terms but in terms of what has been achieved since she became involved in parish work in Mullingar in 1982.

New Wheelchair Bus launched in association Irish Wheelchair Association

On Wednesday, 04 November, 2020, members of Mullingar Rotary Club proudly launched the Wheelchair Bus in association with the local branch of the Irish Wheelchair Association.

Record haul of drugs and guns seized in Mullingar

Mullingar saw the biggest-ever seizure of guns in the town, in addition to the seizure of more than €300,000 worth of heroin and cocaine on Monday night of this week, 2 November.

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