Leah Dickson, 16, has been found 'safe and well', police say
Organisers say the lights will be switched on - but the market stalls and funfair have been cancelled
Locals are hitting out at fine being issued to enforce new parking regulations at the Borders General Hospital
Police are hunting who made off with the John Deere vehicle sometime overnight on Friday
Bosses are in in the early stages of considering using contact centres in areas losing their police counters
A scoping request to test land near Bogbank Farm in Berwickshire has been submitted to SBC
Police are appealing for information after eight saddles and other items were taken from an estate in the Borders
The Borders racecourse has won the inaugural award from the British Horseracing Authority - beating 61 others across the UK
11 additional road sweepers and 5 vehicle washers have been put on A7 to try and combat dirt coming from Borders Railway works.
Bosses are describing the opening of the facility as a 'milestone'
A bronze memorial statue of the Voice of Rugby now proudly sits in the reception area of the Edinburgh stadium
Northumberland County Council has officially agreed upon an ambitious affordable homes plan for the region.
MSP Jim Hume is attacking SNP Rob Gibson's outspoken views to cull two thirds of Scotland's deer
The employment rate in Scotland has now risen for 10 months in a row, with 72.8% of the population in work, compared to 71.8% in t…
SBC are putting up notice boards so locals can work what parts of the route are still in use as various works continue to disrupt …
Police are appealing for witnesses after two children's quad bikes were stolen on Friday night.
Staff have been praised for their sensitivity and children are found to be settled and happy.
Berwick MP Sir Alan Beith wants the route improved in Northumberland, claiming it could help the 'Better Together' referendum camp…
Dr Brown will take over from Peter Allen who has been overseeing the takeover of the company by Japan's KHK.
A new statue is to be installed at the stadium in Edinburgh to honour the Voice of Rugby
Researchers claim youngsters rate slimline cigarettes as stylish, feminine and possibly safer than regular brands.
Developers RES appealed to government officers with their pans, claiming SBC took too long to make a decision
Super-fast broadband will be in communities like Berwick, Wooler and Seahouses by the end of 2014.
Four schools in the Borders are in the latest wave of groups befitting from grants by Network Rail
Ofsted is launching 'intensive' school inspections across the area to find out why children are under-performing at local schools
Perryman's Buses is investing £1.7 million in the region after securing new local contracts
Local fire crews are urging residents to become part of their reserve teams
Major changes to the Borders town's road layout have taken effect to make way for the new Transport Interchange.
Peebles man Keith Cockburn has been elected to represent the area
Every primary one pupil in the region is to receive a pack of free books courtesy of the Scottish Book Trust