CUNNINGHAME Housing Association acquired the former Halcrow greyhound stadium site in Gretna on the 29th March 2017.
A WINDFARM development in the region has hit a hurdle in its schedule.
HAPPY Common Riding day to everyone in Langholm.
RUNNERS of all ages took to the roads and hills around Moffat on Tuesday night for the 34th annual Moffat Festival of Running.
THE sale of Langholm Moorland is to be delayed for a year to allow discussions to be held with community groups who have expressed an interest in buying the area.
THE dramatic landscape of the Devil’s Beeftub near Moffat is the backdrop for a new motorcycle safety film.
WARM, wet weather has seen cemetery grass, and complaints, shoot up.
COASTGUARD teams and other emergency services have rushed to the scene of a rescue in Annandale.
A NEW plan for ‘very large’ wind turbines in Annandale has been described as ‘overbearing’ and ‘not acceptable’ by council officials.
WHERE IS IT . . ? Moffat Museum has been reviewing its collections of pictures and needs your help to identify this building. It is an imposing structure, the image dating from some time in the 19th century and it is titled “North West View” . . . but of where?
If you think you can help, please e-mail the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just pop in and talk with one of the volunteers.
LANGHOLM Moor has been put up for sale.
YOUNG or old, newcomer or lifelong resident – the view of every Moffatonian will be sought as the town bids to become the nation’s most accessible.
A WOMAN from the region cooked her way to the final of one of TV’s most prestigious food shows.
A £2 million funding bid to see Moffat regain its historic charm has been turned down — but the dream is still alive.
NOMINATIONS have opened for the 2018 Annandale and Eskdale Sports Awards which provides the opportunity to recognise dedication and commitment to local sport in the area over the last 12 months.
WHAT A SIGHT . . . villagers in Waterbeck have been treated to daily starling murmurations at dusk for the last week.
Thousands of birds can be seen swooping and whirling in the skies overhead.
Photo by Ann-Marie Matthews
AN UNLOVED children’s play kitchen has been transformed into a free swap library.
A RETAIL giant has put its Gretna store up for sale.
RESCUERS were called to the aid of a mountain biker found unconscious in Ae last weekend.
THE man who died in a crash on the M74 near Moffat on Wednesday has been named by police as Nicholas Dennis.
THIEVES ram raided a Gretna supermarket last night.
CONSTITUENCY boundaries for the region are set to be redrawn again, with Dumfriesshire linked up with Lanarkshire South East to form a new Westminster seat.
A SHARP young shooter from the region has been ranked in the top 100 in the world.
THE phrase every cloud has a silver lining was true in Moffat recently when a defunct childcare centre donated £50,000 to the community.
UP TO £800 million is expected to be invested in the Chapelcross site over the next few decades, resulting in the creation of thousands of new jobs.
ED up with the lack of baby classes on offer locally, new mum Nicole Honeker has decided to start her own.
SUGAR and spice and all things nice proved not to be the right ingredients for a Moffat club last week, when they voted to remain men-only.
A TAPESTRY which has travelled the globe highlighting Scots history and culture can be seen in the region until Thursday.
A CRASH at Heathhall Industrial Estate at Dumfries has led to a road being closed after a spillage of diesel, state Police Scotland.
LATEST figures show a marked increase in vandalism and malicious mischief offences in Annandale and Eskdale.