Scrapping parking charges has lead to business growth and improved shopping experience claim local traders
Hundreds of pounds worth of items have been stolen from a home in Station Road whilst the owner was on holiday
A report by Northumberland County Council claims dualling the trunk road would bring benefits including 2,000 new jobs and 12,000 …
The Conservatives raise concerns after 105,000 prescriptions for the condition were produced last year
Fibre optic connections will be available in Ayton, Chirnside, Coldstream, Duns, Eyemouth, Leitholm, and Paxton by this winter
The £40,000 piece by Jake Harvey has been unveiled to crowds in the town square
The second day of T in the Park is underway...
Galashiels-based firm ProStrakan has announced a £230 million pound deal as part of plans to continue their growth across Europe
Developers reduce the number of proposed turbines from 11 to 8.
The long-established agricultural engineers and motor dealership, J Rutherford has collapsed.
Scaffolding is erected on the town's High Street marking the start of a scheme designed to spruce up the area.
A Galashiels man who downloaded indecent images of children from his home computer has been warned he faces a jail sentence.
Scotland's biggest music festival is moving to Strathallan Castle
120 baton bearers have carried the Queen's Baton from Duns to Hawick on day 5 of the relay across Scotland
The former prime minister says Scotland would be trading influence in the UK for irrelevance in the EU.
Len Stern, 71, was one of three people killed after the car came off the road at the Jim Clark Rally on May 31.
Tributes are being paid to Iain Proven, Elizabeth Allen and John Leonard Stern who were killed in a collision with a rally car on …
Two men a woman died when a car ploughed into a crowd during the Jim Clark Rally in the Scottish Borders.
The crashes, all involving adults, happened within hours of each other at the Jim Clark Rally in the Scottish Borders on Saturday.
A woman and two men were pronounced dead at the scene following two collisions within two hours at the Jim Clark Rally
Do you have family mementoes from WW1 that you want to see in an exhibition?
How would you feel if libraries and museums were placed into a charitable trust by SBC? Councillors want your opinions…
SBC hopes to bring this hugely popular work of art to a special new Borders home.
The independent representative will replace the late Zandra Elliot who passed away in February.
No excuses for pupils at Peebles High to dodge their PE lessons.
The tail of a horse has been cut off and tied to a gate in a field. Owner Jacqueline Bates believes thieves may have been targetin…
Scottish Borders and East Lothian Councils have united to try to bring two new stops on the Edinburgh to Berwick-Upon-Tweed line a…