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A local Councillor is calling on the local authority to preserve ancient medieval walls at two burial grounds. Sligo/Drumcliffe Councillor, Thomas Walsh, says the boundary and gable walls at Kilross and Killery burial grounds have been neglected over the years. The ruins at Kilross are the remains of a tower…

Additional funding has been secured for safety works in the village of Ballintogher.   Earlier this year €25,000 was allocated for speed ramps in the Village. A raised pedestrian crossing was installed at St Teresa`s Church and a speed ramp installed coming into the village from the Dromahair side.  …

11 projects in the North West will benefit from funding under the second round of the Governments 2020 Town and Village Renewal Scheme.   In the total the various facilities will benefit to the sum of €300,000  which has been confirmed by the Minister for Community and Rural Development Heather…

Two local Sligo councillors are welcoming long-awaited road and footpath works in the village of Ballintogher. The second of three phases of the works start today and is expected to last about two weeks. Sinn Fein Councillor Thomas Healy says there will be diversions in place. https://filedn.com/lglCaxamfnlV2gaMY6rU7tH/News%20Clips%202020/healy%20ballintogher%20works%20EDITED%2023.mp3 Fine Gael Councillor…

The second phase of road safety measures has begun in Ballintogher, Co. Sligo.   The €30,000 funding will go towards raising the pedestrian crossing by St. Theresa’s National School which aims to slow traffic, safety ramps are to be erected on the Dromahair side and the entirety of Main Street…

The issue of ongoing flooding on ‘The long stretch’ road from Ballintogher to Carraroe still remains a concern for many local residents despite Sligo council carrying out monitoring of water levels in the area. it’s been claimed that Council staff were unable to carry out remedial works on the road…

There are calls for a bus route to be established for people travelling from Ballygawley and Ballintogher to Sligo town. A local Sinn Fein councillor says there is a growing discrepancy in County Sligo as some areas can avail of regular bus services while other areas are left without any…