Pupils from four local schools gathered at Queen Margaret University as part of the first Children’s University graduation ceremony for Midlothian.
Police in Midlothian are investigating following two housebreakings to church halls in the Penicuik area.
Black Diamond FM presenter Harvey Stalker interviewed the Machine Gun Preacher, Sam Childers, during a flying visit to Scotland recently.
Penicuik’s new market returns tomorrow (Friday) with far more stalls offering a wider variety of goods for local shoppers.
Owen Thompson has followed his general election victory by completing a gruelling cross country challenge for the second consecutive year.
James and Jo Macsween, third generation joint MDs of Macsween Haggis, have been presented with a national accolade.
Edinburgh’s notorious ‘blue meanie’ traffic wardens could be dishing out fines in Midlothian if council proposals are rubberstamped.
Five men were arrested on suspicion of immigration offences after Officers from Home Office Immigration Enforcement carried out an operation at an address in High Street, Dalkieth, at about 6pm on Friday, June 19.
Penicuik charity Friends of Chitambo has secured a £35,800 grant to improve access to emergency care for ordinaryn people in Zambia.
Police investigating a serious sexual assault in Dalkeith are studying CCTV footage in a bid to identify the suspect.
Police have stepped up patrols in Dalkeith after a woman was sexually assaulted at the weekend.
A MURDERED schoolboy’s father has told of his fear that he will “bump into” his son’s killer while at work.
Visually impaired veterans from Scottish War Blinded have returned from the battlefields of World War One.
Paul Waite sent in this photo of Jake, his 22 month old golden Labrador.
A WOMAN was subjected to a serious sexual assault in a Lothian town while heading home after a night out.
Have you achieved outstanding success in your chosen sport? Then you could be one of the lucky winners of this year’s Midlothian Sports Awards.
“We wish you did something like this for adults.” This was the recurring sentiment of parents whose children took part in the Challenge Project.
People are being urged to stay safe and not take risks around rivers, reservoirs and lochs this summer.
The work to improve one of Midlothian’s most historic parks was recognised at a special community ceremony recently.