FOR almost three decades local historians Declan Forde and Don McGurgan have been documenting stories from the past to share with future generations. As part of this, the duo have interviewed well over 70 ‘interesting characters’ from the wider Omagh area as part of their oral history project. The two passionate historians have now catalogued […]
LOCAL charities have expressed their concerns that restrictions put in place to combat Covid-19 will lead to a dramatic increase in waiting lists and
A SUPPORT group that provides vital help to Omagh’s migrant community will be reopening its offices to the public on Monday.
FOR a Newtownstewart family the sound of St Eugene’s Church bell will never sound the same again, after it was rang in the most poignant fashion last
AN OMAGH woman has told of how she was left “trembling with fear” after a group of up to ten teenagers threw stones and threatened her earlier this we
POPULAR Drumragh teacher Graham Peters will continue to inspire future generations for years to come through a new garden in his memory.
A FOUR-year-old Omagh girl has pledged to help rebuild a landmark scarecrow which was cruelly destroyed by vandals.
Churches across Tyrone reopened for public Mass on Monday morning with a range of new precautions in place to ensure the safety of parishioners.
Based in the Showgrounds Retail Park, a total of 14 new jobs were created when Greggs began serving customers locally in February 2019.
A LOCAL drop-in centre which provides essential support to those impacted by cancer has reopened its doors. Care for Cancer closed up on March 23 due to the Covid-19 restrictions, but reopened yesterday with reduced hours. The centre will now be open on a Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 1pm and people can call […]