Prestonpans, Cockenzie & Port Seton
YOUNG ambassadors and teachers from two primary schools are heading to Italy to meet their Tuscan counterparts.
AFTER years of planning and preparing, Cockenzie House, Cockenzie, is ready to open its doors to the public.
RESIDENTS have warned that a day care centre for dogs could drive them barking mad if the proposal gains East Lothian Council's approval.
PRESTONPANS Community Council plans to make its views more widely known on some of the biggest issues facing the area, including the future of Cockenzie Power Station.
PUPILS at Preston Lodge are preparing to see their films on the big screen as they put the finishing touches to two documentaries.
Posted 24 Apr 2013 07:00
POTENTIALLY dangerous medication has gone missing in the Prestonpans area.
Posted 22 Apr 2013 11:20
TWO new businesses could be on the horizon for Prestonpans as a supermarket developer and a dog day care company set their sights on long-term vacant premises at Mid Road Industrial Estate.
FOLLOWNG a decade without a permanent base, Preston Lodge Rugby Club has secured a home of its own, after sealing a deal to buy Prestongrange Bowling Club's clubhouse.
VISITORS to the Gothenburg pub in Prestonpans have a chance to see the first panels in a new town-led tapestry telling the story of Scotland's diaspora.
YOUNGSTERS who gave up four weeks of their holidays to mentor younger children have been recognised with Dynamic Youth awards.
A PRESTONPANS pensioner feels like a "prisoner in her own home" after she left hospital to find that her local authority-financed care package had been cancelled, leaving her without any support for three days.
TWO talented pupils from Preston Lodge High School have wowed judges with their culinary skills after their three-course meal won them the Teflon Diamond Standard Awards regional title.
RESIDENTS could take over the running of the Port Seton Centre as East Lothian Council proposes an asset transfer which could secure the facility's financial future.