The Halloween street party held at Dalhousie Road West in Bonnyrigg was organised by resident Rose Findlay.
Midlothian Walkers celebrated their 20th anniversary in Newbattle Golf Club recently.
A public exhibition and consultation on design proposals for the future of Dalkeith town centre will take place in the town next week.
Some of Midlothian’s most vulnerable residents are set to benefit from a project focusing on preventing debt and managing household budgets.
A Danderhall man who recently gave his 250th blood donation is now urging everybody to follow his lead and become a potential life-saver.
Mears is embarking on a major recruitment drive with 30 new positions to be filled in Midlothian, particularly Penicuik and Loanhead.
Stella Hervey Birrell of Dalkeith writers group gave up paid work in 2012 to fulfil her ambition to become a writer, and last week it paid off.
Midlothian Council is gearing up to introduce food waste recycling for households across the county from as soon as next month.
A new initiative to give every care experienced Midlothian child a voice bounced into life at Ryze trampoline park and Transgression skate park.
Children are almost three times more likely to be ill with flu than adults.
The A68 protest group set-up in Pathhead over concerns about road safety, has urged a re-think on the village’s street improvement project.
Police are appealing for witnesses following two housebreakings, which took place on Wednesday, November 18.
Weather forecasters have predicted the coldest Scottish winter in half a century, with temperatures set to plunge from tonight.
Human remains, which were uncovered inside Rosslyn Chapel during recent conservation work, have been reinterred in the chapel grounds.
A sales executive at the Alex F Noble & Son Nissan Nismo Centre at Loanhead, is celebrating a record performance in September.
SNP MSP Colin Beattie has raised questions over Labour’s failure to back the devolution of power over industrial relations to Scotland.
The world-famous Rosslyn Chapel has scooped a top tourism award recognising local efforts to improve the experience of visitors.
The Midlothian Federation of Community Councils is calling on the local authority to launch an inquiry into the Local Review Body (LRB).
A disabled woman registered as homeless believes Melville Housing “discriminated” against her son leaving her family homeless.