A seven-year-old boy from Mayfield who defied doctors by walking again has to go back to America for surgery after suffering a setback.
A 22-year-old Dalkeith man has been charged with attempted murder following an incident in the town on Monday morning.
Vegetation management works for the Borders Railway are now underway along the route, which is set to be re-opened in September 2015.
Police Scotland have confirmed that a man reported missing from Newtongrange has been found safe and well.
Air Cadets from the Loanhead squadron have been enjoying an unforgettable summer which has taken them all over the world.
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Residents on the Gorebridge street set to be evacuated due to a gas leak have been moved to the top of the council housing waiting list for Midlothian.
The financially struggling National Mining Museum of Scotland has been bailed out by Midlothian Council and the Scottish Government.
An NHS domestic assistant has been pushed to her limit on an Army Reserve course.
Midlothian Council has defended transport links to Vogrie Park after an Advertiser reader complained about accessibility for non-car uses.
Proposed changes to school catchment areas in Penicuik are not part of an agenda to close Beeslack High, a council official has insisted.
Author Robert Wainwright stopped off at Rosslyn Chapel to discuss his latest book.
An author and Emmy award- winning film director from California has travelled to Midlothian to trace his family back more than 250 years.
One of Scotland’s oldest ex-servicemen’s clubs closed its doors on Sunday after a four-year fight for survival.
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Trains will run through Midlothian on the new Borders Railway from September 6 next year.
Jobs, tourism and local business could all benefit if plans for the new £40 million Pentland Studios project go ahead.
Residents in a rat-infested Mayfield street say they feel nobody will help them tackle the rodent problem that “will just not go away”.
The new Life Sciences Minister George Freeman visited Midlothian on Monday during a tour of some of the world’s leading research facilities.
A massive economic boost for Midlothian is predicted as plans are unveiled for a £40 million film and television studio near Loanhead.