In this week’s Longford Leader we have details on fears expressed over the future of MIDOC in Longford. Also, Longford County Council officials have outlined their plans in relation to Ghost Estates across the county, and the progress that has been made with Longford Town Centre, the vacant shopping venue that hosted the recent Expo.
Among the many stories inside the newspaper, we also have:
- A former pupil returns to school as part of the Bealtaine Festival
- How Longford voted in the Fiscal Treaty
- A Longford farmer’s reward for growing sweetcorn
- Pictures the Bealtaine Festival, student awards, Mark O’Shea fundraiser, and the official opening of the new-look Keenan Park
- ESB defends its role in the 2009 floods
- Gowna girl through to Rose of Tralee finals in August
- The dog that was believed to be dumped was actually lost, but can’t be given back to owners
- The low-flying aircraft in Drumlish
- Plans for a new pitch in north Longford
- Details about Kenagh’s development plan
- Businesses delighted with the success of the recent Expo
- News on the upcoming Abbeylara Field Day
- Helium Festival set to rock in Ballymahon
- All the local news from your area
As well as that, we have all the sports action - including a look back at Longford’s big game against Wexford and a look ahead to this Sunday’s replay.
All that, and more, in this week’s Longford Leader, which is available from your local shop on Wednesday morning, May 30.
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