Work continues on a new bridge at Gore Glen on Saturday as part of the Borders Railway works.
Newtongrange man Robert Aikman recently celebrated 25 years service with his employer John Lewis in Edinburgh, in what has been a great year for him in more ways than one.
Those behind new plans to improve the Christmas Lights event in Newtongrange are hoping local businesses will get involved.
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has donated high-visibility wristbands to children at Gorebridge Primary to help keep them safe on their walk to school.
Tynewater Primary School in Pathhead recently received their first Green Flag.
Lights, camera, action! Filming took place last week for the Beadazzling project’s forthcoming television appeal for National Lottery funding.
A young Gorebridge man with autism recently saved Edinburgh from a dreadful onslaught of zombies – in a new comic book adventure.
Midlothian’s Labour councillors believe the Scottish Government is not supporting local authorities who freeze council tax for the eighth successive year.
Labour in Midlothian has strongly objected to a decision by the SNP to “water down” the powers of the Petitions Committee.
A proposal to bring forward plans for a 20mph-zone pilot in Lasswade to be rolled out across the county was rejected by councillors last week.
The Council has removed its support for the £5 million-restoration of Mavisbank House, after the current administration lost its first ever vote.