Smokers will be able to see the invisible chemicals from second-hand smoke lingering in a room where there appears to be none, as a national tour visits Dalkeith this Friday (May 2).
The latest twist in the ongoing saga over carbon dioxide levels in a Gorebridge street took place last week.
The 10-year prison sentence handed to the killer of a father who was stabbed outside a Mayfield pub has been branded “disgusting”.
In less than a week more than 1,500 locals applied for the 140 jobs on offer at the new Morrisons store in Dalkeith.
A Penicuik woman is preparing to take part in the Race for Life in memory of her husband who died of cancer aged 34 last year.
National Mining Museum mascot Newton paid a visit to Hearts’ training ground recently.
Children from Little Seedlings Nursery in Mayfield made their mums smile after visiting their local Scotmid recently as part of a Mother’s Day event.
Roslin and Bilston Community First Responders are toasting the success of their recent coffee morning.
See this week’s Advertiser to spend five minutes in the company of Ben Shore, pastor of the Free Baptist Church, Loanhead.
Newtongrange Gala Day Committee held a fashion show fundraiser recently.
Around 40 volunteers came together in Cousland recently to tidy up the village.
Police are investigating an alleged road rage incident which took place at Sheriffhall Roundabout at 8.20pm on Saturday, April 19.
A spaniel owner is warning fellow dog walkers to be vigilant after his pet suffered life-threatening injuries during an attack.
The use of innovative food combinations has seen a Loanhead company shortlisted in the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards.
A fitness fanatic from Gorebridge completed a double marathon recently as a thank you to the nurses that treated him for bladder cancer.
A Bonnyrigg painter and decorator has joined an exclusive club of motorists – those who have passed their driving test without any faults.
A new stance, for six taxis, will be situated in Eskbank Road, Dalkeith, ahead of the opening of a nearby Morrison’s store.
The grounds of Mayfield School Campus are to be renovated thanks to a Big Lottery award of £93,000.
Backing the Advertiser’s Appeal From The Heart campaign, a football boss has told how colleagues and a defibrillator machine saved his life.
A war of words has broken out following claims that an SNP councillor refused to support her party’s candidate for a new role.