SATURDAY night saw business people from across Strabane and district gather to celebrate and acknowledge the 2012 Strabane Business Awards, run in association with the Strabane Chronicle and Strabane Chamber of Commerce.
A “HOPELESSLY drunk” Strabane man used a metal road sign to batter the door of a pub he had just been kicked out of.
STRABANE’S ‘The Voice of Ireland’ hopeful Terri O’Reilly is out of the popular singing competition after being voted off last night.
DOUGLAS Bridge man, Pat Duffy will be laid to rest today (Sunday), over a month after he first went missing.
Terri O’Reilly will be back before the cameras tomorrow night (Sunday) as The Voice of Ireland goes live.
A LOCAL gaelgoir has expressed disappointment following the demise of one of the country’s only weekly Irish language newspapers.
WHEN a local farmer went to investigate noises in his barn during the early hours of the morning, he found a ‘blind’ man wearing a balaclava, a veterinary inspection glove and carrying a wooden brush shaft.
A ONE time would-be bomber who helped tidy up spent cartridges after masked gunmen fired a volley of shots over the coffin of Strabane man John Brady, has walked free from court.
A STRABANE woman, whose life is being “made hell” by a group of teenagers has asked to be left in peace.
THE mother of a 16-year-old boy who died after taking part in the “passing out challenge” has this week spoken of her loss.
Gill Ayre, from Brighton in England lost her son Harry to the so-called game nearly three years ago. She was prompted to contact the Strabane Chronicle after a local lad was hospitalised last week. Gerard McGarrigle, an 11-year-old pupil at Holy Cross College in Strabane, was rushed to hospital after being found unconscious at Springhill Park in the town.