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  1. Enoch Brown Massacre commemorated SaturdayRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion

    In 1764, Franklin County was the frontier of colonial America, inhabited by Scots-Irish, German, Irish, and Welsh immigrants and remained the hunting grounds of Native American tribes, in particular the Lenni Lenape, known also as the Delaware.


  2. Slideshow: Loanends vintage road runRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Antrim Today

    Despite persistent rain vintage enthusiasts turned out in force to support the fifth annual tractor and classic car road run, hosted by Loanends Presbyterian Church near Antrim.


  3. School Teacher Enoch Brown and Ten Students Perish In School House...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    On July 26, 1764, Enoch Brown and eleven students were attacked by Delaware tribesmen at a frontier schoolhouse, near Greencastle.


  4. District road safety meetingRead the original story

    Thursday | Antrim Today

    He expressed his deepest sympathy to the Kelso family on the death of their son Alan.


  5. Londonderry founder and John Kerry ancestor hailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Londonderry Today

    The Magilligan native who founded Londonderry mark II in the North America colonies in the early 18th century will be honoured with the unveiling of an Ulster History Circle Blue Plaque and reception at Aghadowey Presbyterian Church on Monday evening .


  6. Police issue appeal over Randalstown altercationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Antrim Today

    Police are appealing for information following an incident in the Station Road area of Randalstown during the early hours of Saturday 19 July.


  7. Funeral today for RUC officer who had been acquitted of murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 22 | Fermanagh Today

    The funeral is set to take place today for a former RUC officer who was tried and acquitted in a notorious murder case.


  8. Webb exchanges Assen for ArmoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 21 | Newsday

    The fact that motorcycle racer Danny Webb called his pet 'Jack Russell' dog 'Joey' should perhaps have offered a clue that he would one day ply his trade on public roads.


  9. O'Lionaird wins 1500m title in SantryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 20 |

    Ciaran O'Lionaird was named as the Athlete of the Meet at the Senior Track and Field Championships after winning the 1500m.


  10. 'Thrilling' concerts for students after summer schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 19 | Carrickfergus Today

    Carrick Grammar School pupils and Ulster Youth Orchestra members Grainne White, Leah Forsythe, Connor Chambers and Sarah Doherty.


  11. Extensive damage is caused to derelict old mill in CrumlinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 19 | Lisburn Today

    Police say they would like to speak to three males seen running from the Old Mill building in Crumlin on Saturday night shortly after a fire broke out.


  12. MP Calls for "Conscience Clause" after Bakery Refuses to bake Gay Marriage CakeRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 17 | Online Scene

    Following the controversial story that Asher's Baking Company in Northern Ireland refused to make a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage, David Cameron has told MPs that tolerance towards people of different sexualities is an important part of being British.


  13. A 5,500 funding a grants givenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 17 | Ballymoney Today

    During a recent Leisure and Amenties Committee meeting it was revealed that Ballymoney United Football Club, Ballymoney Ladies Hockey Club, Dunloy Cuchullains, Loughgiel Shamrocks, Ulster Youth Choir and Ballymoney Cycling Club would all received financail assistance.


  14. Carrick lodges join protest over Ardoyne parade determinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 17 | Carrickfergus Today

    After marching in their home town, the lodges of Carrickfergus District No.19 joined thousands of colleagues and supporters in the neighbouring borough for the East Antrim Combine Twelfth celebrations.


  15. MP calls on DRD to fund Ballyclare bypassRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 16 | Newtownabbey Today

    South Antrim MP Dr William McCrea has written to the Minister for Regional Development, Danny Kennedy, asking for the department to help provide the finance for the long-awaited Ballyclare relief road scheme.


  16. Randalstown commemorates the SommeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 16 | Antrim Today

    The Randalstown Branch of the Royal British Legion as an Act of Remembrance for the brave men from the district who volunteered and fell in the Great War, erected a 'poppy' cross in their memorial garden earlier this year.


  17. Civic events to mark centenary of WWIRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 15 | Ballymena Today

    Ballymena Councillors will play a full part in local commemoration of the centennial of the outbreak of the First World War next month.


  18. VIDEO: Flagship honour for Larne TwelfthRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 12 | Larne Today

    Thousands of Orange brethren and their supporters flocked to Larne for the annual East Antrim Combine Twelfth of July celebrations.


  19. 12th July: A cautionary tale of the social media rumour millRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 13 | Slugger O'Toole

    Chris wrote a brilliant piece earlier in the week about Britishness and the many bonfires around the province that had posters of Anna Lo and Sinn Fein representatives on them ready to be burned.


  20. Who stand for Britishness in Northern Ireland?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 12 | Slugger O'Toole

    The British codified many of the sports we all enjoy . Nearly everyone in Ireland supports one British-based football team or other, and a culture of fair play has always defined a British attitude to sports.