NORTH Berwick In Bloom volunteers have been busy restoring two hand carts which date back to traditional working practices.
Posted 22 May 2013 09:00
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.
NORTH Berwick fire station is expected to be operational again in November - nearly a year after the Station Road property went up in flames.
FOUR pupils from Law Primary School in North Berwick competed in the final of the annual Euroquiz competition run by the Scottish European Educational Trust (SEET) on Monday.
A POPULAR North Berwick seaside event, which has been running for decades, could be heading for choppy waters unless a new organiser comes forward.
A NORTH Berwick icon was honoured at the weekend with the unveiling of a plaque at the town's harbour.
A RETIRED North Berwick businessman has completed an incredible 3,600-mile drive in a 40-year-old open-top classic car across Europe and the UK to raise £45,000 for charity.
A GROUP of North Berwick residents is launching appeal proceedings and lodging a complaint to the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman against East Lothian Council after its decision to grant North Berwick Golf Club permission for a lay-by on Beach Road.
A BUSINESS which has been serving North Berwick's motoring needs for 40 years has ceased trading - in a building which has been part of the town's transport history since the early 1900s and is now set to be turned into flats.
THE chief executive of a major housebuilder has had a planned extension of his listed 19th century North Berwick home approved - including the addition of a swimming pool - despite several objections.
A GROUP of concerned North Berwick residents have rallied to try and protect the land at Coo's Green from being turned into a car park.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 140 homes on North Berwick's western edge, which have drawn 24 objections, have come before councillors for the first time.
THERE will be Cries of London in North Berwick on Friday as an innovative vocal ensemble of the same name performs at St Baldred's Episcopal Church.