BBC Children in Need has awarded a new grant of £13,387 to a project working with disadvantaged children and young people in Portglenone.
Detectives in Ballymena are appealing for information following the report of a robbery at commercial premises in the town during the early hours of May 19.
The UUP has retained the top post on Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.
Residents in Mid and East Antrim are being encouraged to be UV aware this summer.
The annual Balmoral Show has kicked off in glorious sunshine at Balmoral Park, Lisburn
Holestone Young Farmer’s have had an extremely busy year celebrating their 75th anniversary.
With today's technology-led culture, playing outdoors can often seem like a thing of the past.
Local retailer, MACE Ahoghill, has praised its staff and customers for helping raise the fantastic sum of £1,550 in the past year for health charity Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke.
Broughshane Library re-opened this week following a programme of refurbishment works.
Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council held their first Annual General Meeting of its second term on Monday night, confirming the election of Alderman John Smyth as Mayor.
One person was arrested in Antrim yesterday after a quantity of suspected cannabis was seized during a search operation.
The Junction Retail and Leisure Park has announced the imminent arrival of three new food and beverage offerings, alongside approved planning permission for a series of developments to the scheme.
UUP representative William McNeilly has been re-elected to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council after securing transfers from his party colleague, Jackson Minford.
TUV leader Jim Allister has praised his Bannside candidates after they topped the poll in yesterday’s election.
Up to 700 vacancies and 140 apprenticeships will be on offer at a job fair being organised by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council on May 14.
The Mid and East Antrim in Bloom campaign and community competition has been officially launched.
During Mid and East Antrim’s Compost Week which runs for May 6 to 12, Ballymena residents are being invited to pop down to their nearest recycling centre and pick up a free bag of compost.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses following a break-in at a house in Montague Park on May 1.