The Department of Health revealed that the Coronavirus was in Laois Thursday.
SuperValu in Stradbally had their own in store parade on St Patrick’s Day.
The owner of a horse that was victorious in Wexford on St Patrick’s Day has pledged a portion of his winnings to the ‘Do It For Dan’ campaign.
A building belonging to the HSE in Emo is where you are likely to be sent for a test for the Coronavirus.
Every club likes to have a hardy hoor and we’re fond of a list in LaoisToday. So in 2017 we decided to pick out 21 of the hardiest divils to play football in Laois over the past two decades or so.
The incident happened on the Mountmellick Road in Portlaoise at around 3.20pm Thursday afternoon.
A bride-to-be whose wedding was postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak has launched a fundraiser for little Dan Donoher.
Portlaoise’s Isabel Dwyer found herself caught up in the second deadliest outbreak of the virus in Europe behind Italy.
Dublin footballer Alan Brogan was the subject of a TG4 documentary Tuesday evening.
Rathdowney and Errill lost one of its most enthusiastic and well-loved Gaels on Saturday last, March 14, with the sudden passing of Jimmy Rafter.