The Moorland May music festival is set to take place in Langholm over the bank holiday weekend, 27-28 May.
Over 13 bands will be performing across all hotels in the town over the two days.
Organisers are hoping to take advantage of tourists lured to the area for the Spring Fling.
Well tourism's kind of integral to the town you know, a lot of the local businesses are closing down. It's a bit of a tough time at the minute so the more folk we can attract through the town to come and maybe stay the night or have a meal, things like that then the better it is for everyone.
People kind of drive straight through Langholm there's not a great many places they can stop so if we can make the most of it while the folk are here you know and try and do as much as we can for the local businesses then we're more than happy to do that.
A Langholm cider producer has been named as the first ever Scottish winner at the National Cider and Perry Championships.
Waulkmill Cider was founded in 2010 by Chris Harrison and has gone on to top the craft cider mills in Britain.
It's a rare victory as the majority of winners in the competition tend to be based in the South of England.
A woman from Dumfries and Galloway has taken part in local elections as a polling clark and a presiding officer since 1960.
Grace Brown from Langholm, is still going strong and presided over votes at Ewes, near Langholm, for this year's local council elections.
She is also hoping to carry out her role in the General Election in June.
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A second man has been arrested in connection with a bank raid in Langholm, in November 2016.
David Hanley, 26, from County Durham, appeared at Dumfries Sheriff Court and was remanded in custody.
Police were called to a break-in at the Royal Bank of Scotland branch in the early hours of the morning, on Friday 11 November 2016, following reports of an explosion.
New details have been released about a Land Rover Defender used in a bank raid in Langholm on the 11th of November.
Police Scotland say the green-coloured vehicle, which was in pristine condition, was stolen from a house in English Street in Longtown on the night of Thursday 27th October/Friday 28th October, two weeks before the break in at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
The police say a key lead in the enquiry surrounds the movement of the vehicle.
Detective Inspector Scott Young said: “The question we are keen to have answered is ‘where has that vehicle been for two weeks’? We want to hear from anyone who may have seen this vehicle since the 28th October. Has it been seen driving about the area? Was it parked in a street, or a car park, or elsewhere over this period?
"The Land Rover still had its original number plates on when it was found burning a short time after the raid on the B6318 south of Skippers Bridge. As I said, the Land Rover was in a very clean condition for its age and it just might have caught the eye of Land Rover enthusiasts. Anyone with any information should call us on 101, or if they want to remain anonymous then through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
One of the main routes through southern Scotland is closed this morning.
Police Scotland say the A7 is shut in High Street, Langholm due to an 'ongoing incident'.
Police are investigating after a caravan on waste ground at William Street in Langholm was set on fire.
The blaze was discovered at around 9pm on Monday 17 October, and firefighters were able to put it out, but the vehicle was badly damaged.
We are keen to hear from anyone who may have been in the William Street area between 2000 hours and 2100 hours on Monday night. In particular we want to trace a number of youths, perhaps up to four males who were seen in the area around this time.
All were described as being dressed in dark clothing and two may have had hooded tops with the hoods up. Anyone who can help us trace those responsible should call us at Langholm on the 101 number.
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Over 8,000 people packed the centre of Langholm today for their annual Common Riding celebrations.
Cornet Simon Tweddle led his supporters round the boundaries of the town, in a tradition dating back to 1759.