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A man in 20’s has been arrested in Sligo. An incident took place in the Calry area last night. The incident was resolved peacefully at around 10.50pm when Gardaí arrested the man. No one was injured and he is currently being detained at Ballymote Garda Station under Section 4 of…

The man arrested in connection with a drugs seizure in Co Sligo has been remanded named on bail. Gardaí seized cannabis, cocaine, and xanax tablets with an estimated street value of 110,000 euro during the search of a house in Calry on Tuesday. The 30-year-old man appeared Sligo District Court…

Gardai in Sligo have seized controlled drugs with an estimated value of more than €100,000. Members of the Sligo/Leitrim Divisional Drug Unit found the drugs after searching a house in the Calry area yesterday (Tues) evening. They discovered four kilograms of cannabis herb, more than 4,000 Xanax tablets and cocaine,…

A three-week commemoration of a Sligo-born journalist who emigrated to Canada in 1915 will start in his native place this bank holiday Monday. It will involve events remembering Calry man Michael Hargadon, who died in 1968. Michael Hargadon was born in Colgagh, Calry in 1888. In Canada, he became a…

Calry/St Joseph’s claimed the Benson Cup following their defeat of Easkey. Ballymote beat Eastern Harps in the Abbott Cup final. Benson Cup Sun, 08 Jul, (Round: Final), Easkey 1-11 Calry/St Joseph’s 1-16   Senior Hurling Championship   TEAM PLD WON DRAW LOST FOR AGAINST DIFF POINTS Cúil Irra/Leathros/CooleraStrandhill 2 2…

Calry/St Joseph’s GAA Club are hosting a registration event this evening. It will take place between 7-9pm at the Clayton Hotel. All club members and parents are asked to attend to complete their registration for the year, and new members are welcome.

This afternoon’s scheduled Connacht Cross Country Championships, which were due to be held in Calry, have been postponed. The decision was taken after schools from Galway were unable to travel for the event. It is likely to be rescheduled for next week, weather-permitting.