Water tankers deployed in County

first_imgNewsLocal NewsWater tankers deployed in CountyBy admin – December 29, 2009 750 Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp WATER supply has been badly affected by weather conditions in Co Limerick. Limerick County Council has deployed water tankers across West Limerick to deal with the problem.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Council says the crisis has been caused by low water levels in the reservoir near Abbeyfeale including burst pipes and a greater demand because of the freezing weather.The tankers are being placed in Abbeyfeale, Athea, Mountcollins and Tournafulla during daylight hours.The Council is asking the public to conserve water and not to leave taps running in their homes. Printcenter_img Previous articleRoads remain hazardousNext articleMan injured in fire admin Facebook Email Advertisementlast_img read more

Franklin Street Hosts Annual Mardi Gras Parade

first_imgMARCH 2ND, 2019 PAUL WILCOXEN EVANSVILLE, INDIANAA day of family and friends, that’s the theme of the Mardi Gras parade on Franklin Street. The parade is in its sixth year.The pre-parade party began with a Mardi Gras Dash Costume contest followed with more celebration.The event is put on by the Franklin Street events association. The boards’ president says putting on the event collectively is the best way.“All of us can tell our own stories powerfully but when you put all our stories together, the message gets from far and wide,” said Amy Word, president of the Franklin Street Events Association. When we do that in the spirit of collaborativeness, it sure makes a difference in the outcome.”The parade drew about 40 entries this year. Word says, one of the best parts about Mardi Gras is the food. A special menu is present a week before fat Tuesday featuring tradition Mardi Gras cuisines.Comments0 commentsFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more