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The martyrdom of John Forest (1538)

On this day in 1538, the Franciscan Friar John Forest was burned at the stake in Smithfield for refusing to take an oath acknowledging the King – Henry VIII – as the Supreme Head of the Church in England (it is said that fuel for the fire was provided by a statue of St Derfel from the pilgrimage site of Llandderfel in North Wales, which it had been prophesied would “one day set a forest on fire”).   103 more words

On This Day

One Tank Trip: Smithfield

This week, Blaine and Jessica are sharing quick getaways for families in Hampton Roads that are one tank of gas away. Watch their adventures in the 6am hour of News 3 This Morning! 422 more words

Food & Entertainment

Grangegorman Planning Matters - May 2018

Two planning applications that have been lodged by the Grangegorman Development Agency to Dublin City Council.

The first relates to the provision of a new school facility for Dublin 7 Educate Together National School… 479 more words

Stoneybatter

Have your say on the new Community Policing Plan for the North Inner City.

Following the allocation and assignment of 40 new Garda personnel to the area, the Chief Superintendent is preparing an updated community policing plan to take account of these additional resources. 143 more words

Stoneybatter

#Aerial #Photos #aerialphotographer #lan

#Aerial #Photos #aerialphotographer #land in #Smithfield on the Pagan River listed by Susan Milton of Almond & Hack Realty. Even on dreary days we get great photos !#homes #drones #aerials #iflydrones #itswhatwedo #hamptonroadsphotographer #xtremeairphotos… 29 more words

Chesapeake Bay

Motorcyclist killed, passenger injured in Smithfield crash


Gephardt Daily Motorcyclist killed, passenger injured in Smithfield crash A motorcyclist was killed and his passenger is in the hospital after a collision with a pickup truck Saturday afternoon. 19 more words