The Post Office has been open in Sanquhar since Queen Anne was on the throne in 1712.Read the full story ›
Callum Phillips was driving at speeds of up to 73mph shortly before the collision which took the life of Ryan Baird.Read the full story ›
The town centre now features The Kings own Scottish Borderer First World War statue, created by renowned sculptor Alan Herriot.Read the full story ›
Investors have expressed an interest in buying a firm in South West Scotland which closed last week with the loss of 38 jobs.
MSP Oliver Mundell said that 'early interest' had been shown in buying EME Furniture in Sanquhar and restarting manufacturing there.
It follows a meeting between politicians, local people and a representative of the company who all met to discuss the future of the site and what can be done to help the workers.
EME Furniture has been manufacturing and supplying furniture for school since 1965.
The riding of the marches season continues in Southern Scotland.Read the full story ›
A man and woman on a motorcycle were killed in the crash, which happened on the A76 in Dumfries and Galloway.Read the full story ›
A man and a woman have died, after a two-vehicle crash on the A76 around a mile north of the town.Read the full story ›
Police Scotland are investigating a deliberate house fire in Sanquhar.
Emergency services were called to a property in Crichton Road at around 7am on Sunday 30 April.
The householder was not in at the time, and it believed the fire may have been smouldering for several hours.
The property was extensively smoke damaged as a result of the fire.
"While the house was empty at the time, this was still a reckless and very stupid act of fire-raising. The consequence could have been tragic had the fire taken hold.
"If you saw anything unusual or saw anyone in the area in the hours before the fire was discovered, or have any information about the circumstances of the fire, then please contact police on 101 quoting incident number PDG0097650417".
A community farm in Sanquhar may be forced to re-home some of their animals if more land can't be found before the summer.
Clark's Little Ark was set up in memory of 19-year-old Clark Shankly, who died from Cerebral Palsy in 2012.
The farm is popular with local nursery school children and also provides a volunteering service. Lori Carnochan reports:
An outdoor landscape artwork has been shortlisted for a national award.Read the full story ›