A ten-year community action plan to revitalise Langholm, in Dumfries and Galloway, has been launched.Read the full story ›
A community group wants to buy thousands of acres of land from the Duke of Buccleuch and conserve it for local people.Read the full story ›
A public drop in session is taking place in Langholm for residents to speak to project managers and developers.Read the full story ›
T Graham and Son Limited, a building contractor based in Langholm, Dumfries and Galloway ceased trading on 31 May 2018.Read the full story ›
The Edinburgh Woollen Mill has confirmed a date is set for its site in Langholm to move to Carlisle.
Scottish Secretary and Dumfriesshire MSP David Mundell made the claim on Twitter.
He called on the retailer to recognise the support the community has provided 'over many years'.
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A spokesperson for the EWM Group said:
The decision to move to Carlisle was not taken lightly or quickly, but EWM Group is expanding and our current premises in Langholm are not capable of supporting a modern, fast-growing, national retail development.
Langholm has played a critical role in our company's history and heritage, and we will be retaining our headquarters building there.
We have ambitions to turn the building into a heritage centre which celebrates the role that both Edinburgh Woollen Mill and textiles has played, and continues to play, in Scotland."
The date of the move will be on or around 30 July 2018.
A robber who blew up a Langholm cash machine has been jailed for more than 10 years.Read the full story ›
Police Scotland have now named the 18-year-old who died in the fatal road traffic collision on the A7 road north of Langholm as Harry Blowing from Etterby Scaur, Carlisle.
The collision occured on Monday 7 August 2017. Investigations into the cause of the crash are ongoing.
An 18-year-old man from Carlisle has died in a one vehicle traffic collision, at around 7.08pm on Monday 7 August 2017.
The fatal incident occurred on the A7 road at Kirkton Burn bridges, Ewes, Langholm, involving a black coloured BMW 320 car. The driver was removed from the car by Fire and Rescue staff and taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary by Helimed, where he later died.
The road at the scene was closed to allow a full road traffic collision examination to take place including an examination of the damage caused to a bridge parapet. The Procurator Fiscal has been informed.
Trunk Roads Policing Group are appealing for anyone with information to come forward. Callers can speak to a police officer at Lockerbie Trunk Roads Policing Unit through the 101 number.
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.