See this week’s Advertiser to spend five minutes in the company of Bob Bertram, spokesman for the Pathhead Road Safety Action Group.
Parents of children with Cystic Fibrosis have thanked the Sick Kids Friends Foundation for providing services at Edinburgh’s Sick Kids hospital.
There are no more tickets available for the Advertiser’s independence debate this Thursday.
Midlothian’s newest radio station has captured the imagination of three primary school pupils, who are proving they have a talent on the airwaves.
Eskbank charity Garvald Glenesk has hailed the arrival of a new 11-seater minibus, complete with electric wheelchair lift.
A new Midlothian-based supercomputer is hoping to hit its target with its speed in carrying out complex calculations.
After 21 months, 36,000 tons of earthworks and 2,500 tons of concrete, the subsidence-hit A6106 at Lugton has finally been reopened.
Ladywood Leisure Centre was a riot of spring colour when Penicuik Horticultural Society held its bulb and homecraft show recently.
NHS 24 is urging people across the country to take advantage of the extra hour of daylight to look after their health this spring.
An Advertiser reader has revealed his thoughts about the recent Scotland Decides meeting, ahead of our independence debate next week.
Harelaw residents are at the end of their tether as a result of ongoing roadworks in the small hamlet near Newton Village.
An innovative project, aimed at helping Midlothian young people gain employment in the retail sector, is well underway.
A 20-year-old man has pled guilty to culpable homicide following the death of a 28-year-old man in Mayfield in November last year.
A Lasswade care home has been taken to task after a watchdog’s second inspection found that its concerns had been ignored and quality of care had become worse.
Midlothian Council leader Owen Thompson is fearing the worst in his challenge to local people to back the climate change campaign Earth Hour.
Groups looking to take over the former Bonnyrigg leisure centre have been given more time to develop viable proposals.
Penicuik residents are up in arms over Midlothian Council proposals to convert a former old people’s home into a unit for the homeless.
Youngsters can enjoy the thrills of mountain biking, after Mayfield and Easthouses Youth 2000 project received £6,700 from the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.
When Mayfield woman Mary Dempster set up a creative writing group five years ago little did she know how important it would be to people.
Soldiers from the Royal Highland Fusiliers were among members of the Armed Forces to be honoured for their efforts in Afghanistan.