Hundreds of horses were ridden through the streets of Annan to thousands of cheering townsfolk lining the streets.
The Riding of the Marches is one of the biggest events in Annan's calendar. Fiona Marley Paterson joined the party.
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.Read the full story ›
One of the largest and oldest historic traditional ceremonies in south west Scotland is taking place. Annan Riding of the Marches, a fortnight of events, culminates on the first Saturday of July. The Annan Cornet and his Lass lead a cavalcade of riders out of the town round the burgh boundaries.
The traditional words "Safe Oot, Safe In" are shouted out as they forge the latest link in a chain of tradition dating back almost 700 years. Checking the boundaries was the responsibility of their forefathers to ensure that its landmarks had not been removed or tampered with by the English.
Their aim was to ensure that the burgh boundaries were maintained in good order. The cavalcade will circle around a channel in the Solway Firth before returning with the Burgh Standard to take part in traditional horse chases on the banks of the River Annan.
Between £10,000 and £15,000 worth of cigarettes have been stolen from the Cooperative Store in Annan.
The theft took place in the early hours of Monday morning, 23 June.
Police Scotland is warning commercial businesses, including shops and supermarkets, to be on their guard.
A body that was discovered by a member of the public in between two schools in Annan has been identified.
The body of 28-year-old Dean Lupton from Annan was discovered between Annan Academy and Hecklegirth Primary yesterday morning. Early police investigations suggest that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
Two neighbouring schools in southern Scotland have been shut following the discovery of a body in the grounds.
Annan Academy and Hecklegirth Primary are the subject of emergency closures.
The area has been cordoned off while investigations into the incident are carried out. The two schools - which have a combined number of about 1,200 pupils - are expected to reopen on Tuesday.
Police are appealing for information after a four-year-old girl was hit by a car that mounted the pavement.
It is thought the driver may have being trying to avoid traffic on the other side of the road.
The incident happened on Bank Street in Annan at about 4pm on Friday, 2 May.
The girl didn't need to go to hospital but was treated by ambulance staff for arm and shoulder injuries.
Her mother had chased after the car and spoken to the driver, who drove away without replying.
The driver of a silver/ blue Volvo is described to be in his late 50's, with dark hair and glasses. He was said to be well dressed, possibly wearing a suit.
Contact Police Scotland if you have any information regarding the incident.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an unprovoked attack in Annan town centre.
The 51-year-old man was attacked as he walked down the High Street at 9:10pm on Sunday, 20 April 2014.
He had previously been assaulted opposite the junction with Butts Street.
He was not seriously injured.
The man responsible is described as white, about 25-years-old, under 6ft tall, with short ginger hair.
He was also said to be wearing a red striped jumper and blue jeans.
There was a second man present but he was not said to have taken part in the assault.
If anyone has any information regarding the identity of the man responsible they should call Police Scotland on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are investigating an attempted break-in to stores at Annan Hospital.
The incident is believed to have happened between 12pm on Friday 11 April and 8:30am on Monday 14 April.
No entry was gained to the stores, but around £500 worth of damage was caused to the property.
A white coloured Ford Transit van was seen at the hospital on the afternoon of Sunday 13 April. Police are keen to trace the occupants the van.