WREATH laying ceremonies took place yesterday in Annan, Moffat, Castle Douglas and Dumfries.
Officials, veterans and members of the public got together to remember the sacrifices on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago today.
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.
PEOPLE-POWER is being used in the Annan area to combat a growing litter problem.
A BOAT building project in Annan has gained more backing — allowing a small team of school pupils to come on board.
MEMORIES and stories about the history of Chapelcross are being sought for by a Canadian university student.
A GUIDE towards a long-term vision for a nuclear power plant site near Annan has been agreed.
THE SECRETARY of State for Scotland does not believe radioactive waste from nuclear submarines will be stored at Chapelcross near Annan.
A FORMER nuclear power station could be transformed into a tree-lined boulevard within the next 100 years.
ACTION is being urged by the Scottish Government to rule out Chapelcross in Annan as a site for storing waste from 27 nuclear submarines.