THE Langholm-based South of Scotland Golden Eagle project has been awarded funding of £1.3m by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A BUMPER funding boost is set to be handed out to three charities in Eskdale and Annandale in a bid to tackle poverty.
A COMMUNITY-LED campaign to extend the Borders Railway through Langholm will get the political support it needs to put the town on the map, residents have been promised.
LANGHOLM'S outdoor festival has received a substantial grant to enable the event to reach new heights.
COUNCIL tax in Dumfries and Galloway will rise by three per cent from next month and all the extra cash will be allocated to education.
DRIVERS are being urged to avoid Langholm this Sunday as the A7 at Skippers Bridge and in the High Street is closed for repairs.
A DECISION will be made on whether to raise council tax in Dumfries and Galloway by three per cent when the council meets later this month.
LANGHOLM'S town centre regeneration group is to drive the creation of a "Langholm Alliance" which will seek ways to reverse its economic downturn.
HOLD the Front Page!, the plan to save the Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser, is urging every person, business, club and group to put their support for the campaign in writing.
SIX public phone boxes in Eskdale are at risk of being closed by BT.
A SUBSTANTIAL grant will enable an Eskdale childcare organisation to continue offering free access to a parent and child group.
THE planned closure of the A7 at Skippers bridge in Langholm this Saturday and Sunday has been postponed.
TWO sets of roadworks are going to cause major disruption to travellers in Eskdale over the next few weeks.
TWO public meetings held to discuss the future of the Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser attracted 124 people.
THE Future of the Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser will be discussed at two public meetings today at 7pm and tomorrow at 2pm in the Buccleuch Centre.
THE Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser will continue printing into 2017 after successful negotiations with a potential new owner.
AN AMBITIOUS expansion plan by a thriving Langholm company would bring jobs and visitors, it was revealed this week.
Detectives investigating a bank robbery have arrested a man in connection with the crime.
Plans for a £250,000 project to tackle flooding in Langholm have been unveiled.
A LEADING politician has called for crisis talks after it emerged that Langholm could be hit by further job cuts.