A 16-year-old boy has been reported as missing in the Moffat area.
Police Scotland have appealed for information about the whereabouts of Russell Collins.
He was last seen at around 7:30pm, on Thursday 11 June, in Holm Street in Moffat.
He's described as about 5'9" tall, of slim build, with short hair.
He was wearing black jeans, a white top and black trainers, and it's thought he may be heading for the Eden Festival.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
A girl from the South of Scotland is swapping Moffat for New York to persue her dreams of performing on broadway.
Lauren McWhan has been accepted into the New York Film Academy.
Watch a clip of Lauren performing below:
She starts next September and is understandably excited.
"Deep down I really wanted to but I didn't know. There were a few other girls there that were older than me, so I thought it might not be my chance this year. I was so happy and delighted that I got in."
A 35-year-old motorcyclist has been taken to hospital following a crash on the A708, Moffat.
Police say the man lost control of his Triumph motorbike and crashed with a BMW vehicle. The motorcyclist was then taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary with serious leg injuries.
No one else was injured in the crash, though the crash did lead to traffic delays on the A708 at Selkirk road.
It's believed to have happened around 2pm on 21st September. Anyone with information should contact the Road Policing Department on 101.
A taxi driver has managed to save a 79-year-old man being scammed of £10,000.
The 79-year-old from Moffat had a call from someone pretending to be from the Fraud Office of the victim's bank. The man was told to travel to his bank, withdraw £10,000, take it home and await further instructions.
The man was about to carry out the instructions, however en route to his bank by taxi, he told the driver the story who realised it was a scam and aborted the journey. The matter was reported to the police.
Police ask people to be aware of potential scams and if in doubt, to hang up the phone and call the bank directly or call the police.
It's been branded an eyesore and a disgrace - now people in one town in Dumfries and Galloway say they've had enough of waiting for the Edinburgh Woollen Mill to renovate a former hotel.
The Mercury Inn in Moffat has been derelict for nearly 15 years. Campaigners and the local MP say it's bad for tourism and are urging the company to take action.
It says it's already working to refurbish it. Katie Hunter reports.
The owners of the former Mercury Hotel Inn in Moffat have spoken out after locals have criticised them for the state of the building.
The site, which has been derelict for almost 15 years, is owner by the hight street chain The Edinburgh Woollen Mill
“We are currently working with the local council, community and MP on plans to redevelop the former hotel site”
Locals in Moffat are calling for an 'eyesore' hotel to be demolished or revamped.
Alan Rush is leading the campaign and has spent the last two weeks outside the doors of the old Mercury Inn hotel.
The local MP for Dumfriesshire, David Mundell has given his backing to locals, calling the site is an eyesore.
Locals say the the site is driving tourists away from the area, claiming it is having a negative impact on the local economy.
Locals in Moffat are calling for the demolition of a rundown hotel on their high street.
The former Mercury Hotel has been derelict for nearly 15 years and campaigners say its not good for tourism.
Dumfriesshire MP David Mundell says the site is an eyesore.
Locals in Moffat have renewed their campaign to get a rundown hotel in the town demolished.
The former Mercury Hotel has been derelict for nearly 15 years and campaigners say its driving tourists from the town.
The Scottish Ambulance Service has confirmed three people have been taken to hospital after a crash between a coach and a lorry on the A74(M) in Dumfries and Galloway, near Moffat.
One was taken to Dumfries Royal Infirmary, while the other two were taken to Wishaw General Hospital, in Lanarkshire.