Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has returned to Gorebridge to launch its much-anticipated development of 190 new homes at Harvieston Park.
What are you looking for? In the Gospel of John we read about Jesus asking two men that question, writes David Shedden (Penicuik Baptist Church).
Two high school pupils dug into their heritage when designing the new fence at the Midlothian Advice and Resource Centre in Dalkeith.
A Lothian Coal Company accident report book, dating back to 1914, has gone on display in the foyer at National Mining Museum Scotland.
Environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, is calling for Midlothian communities to register to take part in this year’s annual Beautiful Scotland awards, which bring communities together to help deliver local environmental improvements and recognise efforts Scotland-wide to enhance local areas.
The first ever junior Penicuik Hunter and Lass have been chosen, as the festival looks to do more to include youngsters in the celebrations.
Stobhill Primary pupils enjoyed a lesson with a difference recently when Bob the Blue Bin came along to share his top recycling tips.
Pupils from Pinocchio’s Nursery in Dalkeith recently took part in a litter pick of the surrounding area.
The inaugural Pentland Piano Festival was held at South Kirk Church in Penicuik on March 18.
There’s still time to give us your views on how Burnbrae Primary School should use the extra space when the new joint campus at the former Hopefield site is built.
The closure of the post office in Newtongrange “due to unforeseen circumstances” has sparked anger, months after the village lost its last bank.
A FORMER Bhuddist monk who could not bow or perform sitting meditation after surviving a car crash has been awarded £42,316 in damages.
Volunteer Midlothian host an annual awards ceremony during Volunteers’ Week to acknowledge and celebrate the wide range of volunteering involvement in Midlothian.
Pupils from two Midlothian primary schools showed their mettle when they took part in the VEX Robotics UK Challenge in Birmingham.
Staff, patients and vistors are facing huge price hikes in car-parking charges at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary as NHS Lothian look to deal with increasing demand for spaces.
The number 49 bus service, serving Bonnyrigg, Poltonhall and Rosewell, will be increased to every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday.
SNP councillor Jim Bryant has told the Advertiser that he will stand as an independent candidate at the forthcoming council elections.