Walkers from all over Scotland are getting ready to pack the streets for the annual Glasgow Kiltwalk.
PLANS for the introduction of new outdoor recreational equipment at Dillichip Park in Bonhill are to be put to a full public meeting.
A COUNCIL committee’s decision to grant an Alexandria tattoo licence to two local entrepreneurs was met with cheers and a round of applause from proud campaigners who backed the proposal.
A WOMAN who went missing from a campsite near Loch Lomond over the weekend was found safe and well following a search operation involving police and the Loch Lomond Rescue Boat.
AN ANGRY man who “lost the plot” and damaged a glass panel on the front door of a property before damaging the householder’s car must wait before learning his sentence.
THE opportunity to return to full-time football was too good for Dumbarton winger Andy Stirling to turn down.
I am standing as a matter of conscience due to the underlying culture of dishonesty in local politics.
I’ve lived in Dumbarton almost all my life. I’m married and have three daughters. My first job was working in Langlands, my dad’s shop, in what was then a busy Dumbarton High Street.
The council elections in May are about local issues, and putting the right people in place to do their best for our communities.
For the last 10 years as a Dumbarton councillor I have worked hard for all our residents. As Housing Convenor, depute Regeneration Spokesperson and Town Centre Forum Chairperson, Dumbarton is my priority.
DUMBARTON winger Andy Stirling is set to join Championship rivals Queen of the South after signing a two-year pre-contract with the Dumfries side.