Penicuik town centre businesses have only a few more days to cast their vote over the proposed Business Improvement District plan.
Local MSP Colin Beattie has expressed his concerns over the seven month delay surrounding the building of the new Newbattle High School.
It’s a time to celebrate in Penicuik as the town gears up for its annual Hunter and Lass festival – a week of fun, games and tradition.
Marie Curie’s Penicuik and District Fundraising Group is hosting a Blooming Great Tea Party to raise funds on 23 May 2015 from 10am til 1pm.
A new education director has been appointed to steer Midlothian Council through the many changes facing schools in the coming years.
Trams running from Edinburgh to Midlothian could become a reality if an ambitious deal is reached between neighbouring councils.
Police Scotland can confirm that two men have been arrested and charged under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Hawthorn Children and Families Centre bus escort Jenny Paterson had her hair shaved at the charity night which raised £1,425 for the Mayfield centre and Dravet Syndrome UK, a charity looking for a cure for the form of epilepsy that former Hawthorn patient Harry Reid (5) suffers from.
A BLAZE which tore through a former primary school is being investigated by police.
As the world’s attention increasingly turns to feeding its booming population, two experts from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) are to deliver public lectures on the crucial science behind breeding healthy and productive livestock.
Juliette Binoche doesn’t seem like the sort of actress who would display awards on her mantelpiece, but if she does, she may soon need to have it reinforced.
National Youth Choir of Scotland’s Midlothian Choir is inviting budding young singers to a free half-hour workshop at Newbattle High School.
Lorraine Stubbs sent in this photo of red tabby Olive (5 months) and Angus (14 months).
Locals in Cousland who have just had their annual spring clean of the area, are up in arms that people continue to fly-tip around the village.
The former John Chant Centre in Penicuik has been demolished to make way for affordable housing.
Dalkeith-based Hardies Property and Construction Consultants is to move into the town’s revamped Corn Exchange, it has emerged.