Another little community of card players, drinkers, ball-hoppers, musicians, singers and innocent bystanders have found themselves estranged from their home-from-home this weekend as the doors close and the hammer is about to fall on the place we know as Sheila Prendiville's Bar & Grocery at No. 22 Main Street, Castleisland.
ONLINE PROPERTY auctions will play a central role in the property market in the coming years, according to Allsop's auctioneers. But estate agents in Kerry are yet to be convinced, saying what works for Dublin doesn't always apply to the rest of the country.
THE North Kerry branch of the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association (TCCA) were glad to see the back of their neighbour Jimmy Deenihan who, as a minister, confronted them over the issue of turbary rights on Moanveanlagh bog near Listowel.
THIS year's Ring of Kerry Cycle will forever hold a special place in the hearts of the Valentia Island and Iveragh cyclists who took part as their efforts were on behalf of the Valentia Island Cottage Hospital, which was nominated as one of the charitable beneficiaries.
A NORTH Kerry man charged with murdering his mother in their home last November is to stand trial next April. Patrick Dunne (20) stands accused of murdering Susan Dunne at the home they shared in Ballingearagh, Lixnaw, on November 27 last.
FIVE volunteers attached to the Coastguard Service in Waterville were called out in the early hours of Sunday morning to investigate a suspected flare in the night-time sky which eventually turned out to be a Chinese lantern.
BUSINESSES in Tralee and Killarney should soon be able to avail of superfast broadband after the two towns were included in plans for a new national fibre broadband network which is to be constructed by ESB and Vodafone.
THIS Sunday, July 20, will mark the end of a tireless, three year campaign by locals in Moyvane when they gather to celebrate the official opening of the village's new playground.
BUSINESSES in Upper Rock street are counting the cost after a gang of copper thieves tore down phone lines, leaving several companies without phones or internet access.
A 74-YEAR-OLD Cahersiveen man has appeared before a south Kerry court charged with multiple counts of indecent assault.