Flooding has closed a road at Twechar.
Councillors have agreed to carry out public consultations across East Dunbartonshire to ensure the best possible transport strategies going forward.
A power cut wiped out electricity in parts of East Dunbartonshire last night (Thursday, October 11).
Bins in two areas of East Dunbartonshire may not be collected today (Thursday) because of “operational difficulties”, says the council.
Months of campaigning by residents has resulted in improvements to train services at Westerton rail station.
Changes are being made to bin collections by East Dunbartonshire Council.
Motorists at Bishopbriggs are warned to expect delays for nine days as resurfacing and remedial works begins tomorrow (Thursday, October 19).
A new river restoration project designed to restore the Glazert Water to a more natural condition and minimise the likelihood of flooding in the River Kelvin Catchment downstream is one step closer.
There are more road closures as a result of resurfacing work in East Dunbartonshire.
Fresh funding to build better connections for communities and visitors along the length of the Antonine Wall has been welcomed in East Dunbartonshire.
A proposal to transform the site of the former headquarters of East Dunbartonshire Council into a social housing development is one step closer.
Property developers have been given the go-ahead to build housing on the site of the former Broomhill Hospital in
Residents have raised
concerns over plans to demolish a former Kirkintilloch school to make way for a new- build housing development.
Motorists are warned to expect THREE MONTHS of disruption in Kirkintilloch Road area as work begins next week on a £246,000 upgrade of the local gas supply network.
East Dunbartonshire councillors have deferred a request to allow the area’s first crematorium to operate on a 24-hour basis.
A fun initiative by a young Torrance entrepreneur focusing on climate change has been a bit hit with local children.
From the vibrant scenes of Kirkintilloch’s Canal Festival to the tranquility of Mugdock Country Park, East Dunbartonshire has a wealth of attractions.
Property developers have been given the go-ahead to build a housing development on the site of the former Broomhill Hospital in Kirkintilloch.
Plans have been unveiled for a new £4 million state-of-the-art training ground at Kirkintilloch for Partick Thistle Football Club.
Motorists can expect delays for car lane closures during grass cutting at Bearsden this week.