Soroptimists were delighted to finally hold their 2020 AGM and elect Anne Melly as their new President. Without a doubt, it is a big change for members to now have their meetings virtually but as...
On the weekend of commemoration of Bloody Sunday it is appropriate to remember that Michael Hogan, the Tipperary footballer shot in Croke Park, had a brother that had a significant impact on the development of...
It has been a tough time for the live entertainment industry but there was fantastic news for accomplished singer/ entertainer Mark Irwin this month when the Mullingar star announced that he is all set for one of the highlights of his career so far.
The man who has been the leader behind the Oxford vaccine in the fight against coronavirus, Professor Adrian Hill, is a cousin of one Mullingar man.
The persistence of one local woman has exposed the fact that no report setting out why Mullingar Resource Centre's closure needed to take place, was ever prepared or issued.
By Claire Corrigan We all dream of throwing our belongings in the back of the car and heading West but two plucky youths from Westmeath have done just that are are setting up a creative...
The local mother of a young man who attended the Mullingar Resource Centre on the Delvin Road, Mullingar is perplexed and angry at the manner in which the young people, the service users, have been moved out, on the basis that the Centre was unfit for purpose.
It’s been a fantastic start to the month for big-hearted Niall Horan who played a live streamed gig from the stunning Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday night.
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.
“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.
There’s been a significant sequel to last week’s major drugs and guns find by Gardaí in a house in Mullingar.
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.
During what has been an exceptionally eventful and challenging year, Mullingar’s Dr. Kingston Mills was one of Ireland’s leading researchers.
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.
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.