Carter and Farry part ways after 14 years

AFTER touring Ireland and performing in some of the biggest venues across Europe together for 14 years, Country music star Nathan Carter and his manager John Farry have ‘parted company’. On Sunday, Mr Farry took to Facebook and he released a heartfelt statement confirming the news. “I guess for myself and Nathan Carter, it’s the […]

Old Garrison building set for major revamp

A NON-profit organisation in Garrison is embarking on a major fundraising drive to renovate and revamp one of the oldest buildings in the village. In 1987, the Lough Melvin Holiday Centre was established in Main Street, Garrison. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic though, the company ceased existence in 2020 and the building has […]

Cross-border support for A4 road upgrade

A LEITRIM County Councillor is pushing to reform an inter-county lobby group to help upgrade the A4 from Belcoo to Enniskillen. Fine Gael Councillor for Manorhamilton, Seán McDermott, is putting a motion to Leitrim County Council to bring back the ‘N16/A4 Cross-County Lobby Group’, which includes Fermanagh, Cavan, Leitrim and Sligo. It was first set up in […]

Dr Treacy features in new book

Dr Patrick Treacy from Garrison was recently featured in a book written and published by an American author. Joanne Petrie – an award winning writer from California – has launched her new book ‘11 Entrepreneurs Rewriting the Rules of Success’ which charts the story and journey of some leading business people. The award-winning Dr Treacy, who rose […]

St Martin’s school chalks up half-century

THIS FRIDAY will bring in the 50th anniversary of St Martin’s Primary School in Garrison. To mark the occasion, a Mass of Thanksgiving in Mary Queen of Peace Church will be held at 7pm.  The Mass will be hosted by Bishop Lawrence Duffy, Fr. Tiernach Beggan and Canon Michael McGourty and will be followed by ‘a […]