Co-Founder of the Gaelic League Fr. O'Growney took a long journey back to Ireland four years after his death in Los Angeles.
A detailed look at the Parr Family, one of Athboy's major landowners. Among their numbers were horse trainers, international rugby players, war heroes and more.
In the first of a new series we go from cobblers to cows on railway lines with a brief stop over with a World War II fighter.
A brief look at some elements of Athboy in the 1820s and 30s, Mostly, it's many publicans and one renegade priest.
Many an Athboy native has tread the boards in locally produced plays and pantomimes. Teresa Coleman gives a history of the town's long association with the dramatic arts.
Athboy has a long history with horse racing scale models of Aintree to some of the great horses, breeders and trainers.
We take a look at the programme for a 1945 pantomime staged in the town which was produced by a man with a mysterious name.
Son of a renowned Anatomist and Surgeon, Abraham Colles of Ballyfallon's life was as remarkable as his namesake father's - but for all the wrong reasons.
These postcards show us that while communication has sped up over the last century, the topics of conversation haven't changed.
A tale of attempted murder and Ribbonmen in Kilkeelan in the 1880s