Three young men have pleaded guilty to the illegal use of Quad bikes (ATVs) in the Wicklow Mountains.
A casino is currently being developed in the Greystones Harbour area.
A statue of Mary has disappeared from a grotto in County Wicklow.
First-time buyers who've been unable to get a mortgage, could soon be able to avail of loans of up to €360,000 from their local councils.
Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) across Ireland have created 7,870 new jobs in 2022 alone, with 131 new jobs created in County Wicklow, according to Wicklow Minister Simon Harris.
A new programme will see electric vehicle charging points installed at sports clubs in Greystones.
The work of local voluntary group Beating Hearts has enabled for the establishment of this equipment.
The plans from Coillte include a café, a new wastewater treatment system and extra car parking spaces.
Arklow RNLI lifeboat crew recognised for their roles in challenging service to yacht with three crew onboard.
John Henderson from Bray Emmets has been announced as Wicklow's Senior Hurling Captain for 2023.
Her promoter Eddie Hearn says Taylor's homecoming is likely to happen at Dublin's 3 Arena instead of Croke Park.
€8.4 million funding for 41 sustainable transport projects across County Wicklow has been welcomed.
Wicklow County Council has given their backing to a proposed boardwalk for the South Beach in Greystones.
Five Irishmen are on the shortlist for the EPCR Player of the Year award following the Heineken Champions Cup pool stages.
The Justice Minister says criminals do not have the right to privacy if they attack front-line gardaí.
12 community groups across Wicklow are to benefit from more than €1.6 million worth of government funding.
A massive €8.4m has been allocated to 41 sustainable transport projects across County Wicklow.
Wicklow, Cllr. Gail Dunne was pleased to see the Human Tissue Bill pass the second stage of the Dáil last week.
The residential vacancy rate in Wicklow was 3.2%, which was lower than the national average of 4.0%
Gina Ní Chuinnea, teacher at St Kevin's Community College in Dunlavin, was honoured.
A man who was arrested in connection with the murder of Paul 'Frank' Byrne has been released without charge.
The Luas is to be extended to Bray as part of the Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy
The latest inspection of nursing homes shows several issues surrounding residents rights, infection control and staffing.
Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 51 year-old Alan O’Brien.
A file will now be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
The seizure is reported to be worth over €100,000
The number of people recorded as homeless in Ireland has reached a record high, for the sixth consecutive month.
Works have started on extending walking trails surrounding the Vartry Reservoir.
It comes after a report into the CAHMS service found children had been lost in the system without follow up.
There's been a beer seizure at Rosslare Europort in County Wexford.
Residents in Arklow are being asked to give their feedback on a transport study for the area.
ESB crews are working to install electric vehicle charging points at the town square in Blessington.
Grants will be provided of up to €500 for arts, sporting and cultural organisations.
Sea Buckthorn, an invasive shrub, is established at Brittas Bay and other coastal areas in Wicklow.