Youngsters have jumped at the chance to help run a Midlothian children’s gala day which has being going strong for more than a century.
You’re never too old to take up running, believes local historian Ken Bogle.
A grant of £124,151 has been awarded towards the repair and restoration of a 19th century hall set to be transformed into a nursery.
Police in Midlothian are appealing for witnesses following a road rage incident.
Midlothian success story, the Beadazzling: Get Ready for Retail project, needs your support to secure more funds for its running costs.
As the Advertiser’s ‘Give us a Hub’ campaign continues to gather steam, it has emerged that a development trust is the most likely way forward for Dalkeith to establish a community centre.
Delays to work on the new community hub in Gorebridge are costing thousands of pounds a month, according to the group behind the project.
Penicuik’s Hunter and Lass celebrations reach their climax this weekend when tradition and the informal come together.
With an insurmountable tax bill and depleting committee, a struggling club for ex-servicemen is set to close its doors for the last time.
With extensive experience, the new headteacher at Burnbrae Primary is aiming to make improvements over a three year period.
This photo, taken from the Scran archive, shows the players from the Penicuik Welfare football team.
Blue is the colour. Keen photographer John D Thomson was spoilt for choice of subject on a recent visit to the Butterfly and Insect World at Dobbies Garden World, Lasswade.
Browns Optician in High Street, Bonnyrigg, has been raising awareness about the health of children’s eyes. The first prize of its recent Easter Egg competition was a pair of designer sunglasses.
Have you ever wanted to find out more about the dark and deadly deeds that have taken place in Dalkeith over the centuries?
A Royal Navy sailor from Gorbridge is helping the international effort to search the Mediterranean for migrants fleeing North Africa.
Having barely arrived at Westminster, Midlothian’s new MP Owen Thompson (SNP) took time to reflect on a whirlwind week in politics.
Plans to breathe new life into derelict land by turning it into a park have been given the go-ahead after the project received a green grant.
This month, I‘d like to start with a review of policing in Midlothian over the last year (April 2014 – March 2015). It’s a positive picture overall which has seen reductions in serious assaults, alcohol-related violent crime, and thefts by housebreaking at domestic properties.