A brief round-up of the most read Roscommon news stories on roscommondaily.com during the past seven days as well as some which you may have missed.
Our Five Most Read Roscommon News Headlines
#5 A look at the Roscommon connections at yesterday’s All-Ireland Final.
#4 Job losses at Berendsen in Roscommon Town
#3 An update on the Roscommon GAA Senior Football Team Management.
#2 Roscommon County Council’s decision to extend the closure of parts of the N61 was not a popular one.
#1 And the most read item here last week was:
The sale of the former “Kilbride Inn” at the latest Allsop Property Auction. It has been dubbed the cheapest pub in Ireland.
Other Roscommon news stories you may have missed – The week in numbers
0.5 – The percentage of IDA supported Jobs in County Roscommon – one of the lowest nationwide.
4 – The number of Roscommon GAA Managerial vacancies. Officials are busy sourcing Managers for the County’s Senior, Under 21 and Minor Football Teams and Senior Hurling Team.
50,000 – visitors to Strokestown House and Famine Museum annually. The local community and the estate are planning a “Heritage Town” Partnership in a bid to transform their community into an internationally-known heritage attraction.
192,330 – The value of funding allocated for upgrades at Angling Centres in Cortober and Donamon