Annan's Riding of the Marches is a tradition that's been going for around 700 years. The whole town comes out for the party.
Police are continuing to search for a man from Annan who has now been missing for a week.
First sell-out game in Annan's history as the club play host to fallen giants, Glasgow Rangers
Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown went door to door in Lochside this morning as he continues to engage the public about Labour's involvement with the Better Together campaign.
– Russell Brown MP
'We can't sit back and allow what looks like a very good lead in current polls to just say well we are home and dry and everything will be fine. We need to hear what people are saying, we need to listen to the concerns they have and try and explain our interpretations of facts and figures.'
The canvassing comes ahead of the publication of the Independence White Paper on Tuesday by the SNP.
The South Annandale 'Yes' campaign has been launched at Annan town hall today.
Henry McClelland, Chairman of Annan Athletic, said: "With the White Paper being launched next week it was important for us to make our presence known in Annandale.
"There are so many people out there who are still undecided and it is important they join the discussion.Today we are setting up a committee and then will start canvassing in the area to drum up support."
A 43-year-old man has died whilst in custody at Annan Police Station.
The man became ill whilst he was detained on Wednesday 20 November.
Police Scotland have confirmed that the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner are to carry out an investigation.
Today marks the end to court business at Annan Court.
It comes as part of a re-organisation by the Scottish Court Service that will see all the work transferred to Dumfries.
Local politicians, including Elaine Murray MSP, have criticised the closure.
She says it comes as a worry to those in Annan:
Annan Court is due to close today as part of a re-organisation by the Scottish Court Service.
Elaine Murray, MSP, has been critical of the closure.
The closure means all the court business will be transferred to Dumfries.
A closing event is taking place today, to mark the end of court business at Annan Court.
It's part of a re-organisation by the Scottish Court Service that will see all the work transferred to Dumfries.
Local politicians have protested about the closure.
The B724 road is blocked about two miles west of Annan, near to the Newbie junction, due to a crash.
Emergency services are at the scene and drivers are being asked to avoid the area.
A number of people are mopping up today, July 29, as flash flooding deluged homes and businesses in the region.
Annan was particularly badly hit as police warned motorists to avoid some areas of the town.
Firefighters were busy all morning pumping out properties and clearing water from roads. As the waters recede this evening, residents and businesses are counting the cost.
Watch Andy Burn's report here:
Roads in parts of Dumfries and Galloway are currently affected by standing water caused by heavy rain.
Police Scotland says roads in and around Moffat are badly affected - the A701 and the A74(M) are affected and drivers are asked to take care.