ROSS High School in Tranent invited its seven cluster primary schools to the school earlier this month for the heat of the Little and Large Cookery competition, with Pencaitland Primary School the eventual winners.
Posted 21 May 2013 10:00
COUNTY artists and craft makers have a chance to gain grants to support their work as part of the annual Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards scheme.
Posted 21 May 2013 09:00
THE manager of a retail centre in Nottingham - who still lives in West Barns - has been shortlisted for a major industry award.
A COUNTY church has been targeted three times by metal thieves in little over a month.
Posted 20 May 2013 11:44
AFTER nearly 40 years as a legal practitioner in Tranent and a familiar face in the town, solicitor Alex Lafferty has retired.
DESPITE an increase in house sales across Scotland, East Lothian's housing market is continuing to struggle - with recent figures showing a nine per cent decrease in the number of homes sold between January and March this year compared to the same period in 2012.
An ACADEMIC at Musselburgh's Queen Margaret University will trade in his books for a bike next month when he attempts to cycle the 3,300-kilometre route of the Tour de France - a week before Sir Bradley Wiggins and Co compete in the real race.
A DUNBAR man recovering from a breakdown plans to walk 1,000 miles in 100 days to highlight mental health issues.
A LONG-standing campaign to connect Gullane and Drem via a safe path for walkers and cyclists is on track.
THE Coastal Communities Museum in North Berwick is expected to open its doors in July with a special golfing exhibition for The Open Championship - but its official opening may not be for another two years.
YOUNG ambassadors and teachers from two primary schools are heading to Italy to meet their Tuscan counterparts.
A MUSSELBURGH teenager who spent more than a decade visiting Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital has been honoured for his fundraising work to help his "second home".
A PENSIONER was treated in hospital for smoke inhalation after a fire in her sheltered accommodation.
THERE was a bumper turnout for this year's North Berwick Novice Triathlon on Sunday, May 12, the 12th time the annual event has been held.
PRESTON Athletic secured their Premier Division status in style on Saturday, hammering Heriot-Watt University 6-0 on the season's final day.
TOMORROW (Saturday) is sure to be a nervy day for Preston Athletic as they battle to avoid the drop to the First Division.
A COUNTY enduro ace will undergo the ultimate test of skill, fitness and commitment this year after being selected to represent Scotland in the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) competition in Italy.
NORTH Berwick golfing prodigy Clara Young celebrated signing up for a top American sporting university by taking the East Lothian title.
Posted 15 May 2013 14:30