Tributes pour in for hardworking family man Terry Carty

TRIBUTES have poured in to remember popular father-of-two Terry Carty, who tragically died following a one-vehicle-collision on the Marble Arch Road, Florencecourt, during the early hours of Tuesday morning. He was known across the Garrison community as a “hard-working family man,” who was devoted to his wife Heather and two daughters Eimear and Niamh. Garrison […]

Two die in heartbreaking double road tragedies

THE county came to a heartbreaking standstill this week as a result of two separate car collisions that tragically claimed the lives of two local people. A man in his 50s died at the scene following a one-vehicle collision on the Marble Arch Road, Florencecourt, during the early hours of yesterday, Tuesday, morning, while a […]

Hurling stalwart’s legacy will live on in Lisnaskea

THE death has taken place of one of Fermanagh’s most influential hurling figures. Tony Jackman, aged 79 years of the Knock’s, Lisnaskea, died peacefully in hospital on Wednesday of last week surrounded by his family. Mr Jackman was a stalwart of the Lisnaskea Emmetts hurling club and was held in high esteem to all who […]

Man dies following Newtownbutler house fire

A MAN (74) has died following a house fire which took place in the early hours of Wednesday morning.  A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service Spokesperson told the Herald:    “The thoughts and sympathies of Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) are with the family and friends of a man who died following […]

Mary Lou apology ‘means very little’ to boy’s mother

THE MOTHER of 15-year-old Enniskillen boy, Paul Maxwell, who was killed alongside Lord Mountbatten in an IRA bomb in 1979, has said Mary Lou  McDonald’s apology for the atrocity “means very little”. Mary Hornsey was speaking to a newspaper this week, in which she said the Sinn Féin President’s apology was “shallow” because it didn’t come with […]