Bringing shine back to Queen Margaret Drive
Traders paint walls and remove rubbish ahead of festival
Holding on to our dear green places
Jordanhill Bowling Club in Broomhill closed recently after 122 years
Smashing … Maryhill Park finally gets its new tennis courts
Work has already started after a long campaign
Revealed: Garden oasis emerges from urban wasteland
The green space is taking shape at the SWG3 arts venue complex in Yorkhill
New era for North Kelvin meadow and Children's Wood
Lease secured by community for the next 25 years
Featuring Jemima Levick, Graeme Cheevers and more
Edition #1: May-June 2022
Down Your Way: Hooray for Thornwood
Thornwood Bar | GaGa | Found | Orzel
Crow Road lollipop petition set to top 1,000 names
Residents say the road has been dangerous for a long time
SWG3 begins work on urban art studio
The new space will be home to hundreds of artists, as well as youth and community organisations.
Glasgow Open House Arts Festival returns later this year
Artists and creative people in the city are being invited to get involved.
'Young people are getting a sense of hope and pride out of helping the community'
G20 Youth Festival is running a crowdfunder to increase the group's capacity to make meals for the community in the future.
'We are looking at what can be done, not what can’t be done' - Brendon McIlroy
The plan is for a programme of tutored-sessions in theatre, drama, and creative skills to run from the end of May and over the summer
'It would be devastating for Maryhill and this area if the youth club were to close'
A public meeting has been called to garner local support.
"We will not allow Kelvingrove to become 'party park' for drinking" - police chief
Insp Eddie Seery said full resources would be on show over the next few days - to help make the point.
Yorkhill & Kelvingrove reveals new video in final pitch for safe cycling and walking
A bid has just been submitted to the sustainable travel organisation Sustrans Scotland.
Judy Murray keeps up pressure to breathe life into old tennis courts at Maryhill Park
Judy was hosting an event on Sunday, bringing tennis into less-advantaged areas.
Garnethill finds peace in green space and wildlife after trauma of art school fires
On Sunday, the community will celebrate progress so far at its Village Gaitherin.
'We want people to get involved with the plans for Maryhill's community museum'
A fundraising drive has already been launched to create a dedicated space within Maryhill Burgh Halls.
Could longer grass be a 'natural solution' to problem drinking at Kelvingrove Park?
The concern of the authorities is that Kelvingrove Park is now seen as a 'party destination' for revellers from outside Glasgow.
Families to stage demo at Scotstoun road hotspot as part of nationwide campaign
The protest is among 20 or so local demos organised under the Pedal on Parliament banner.
The award-winning West End family law firm that's at the heart of the community
Scullion LAW has recently launched its annual free wills service in aid of Marie Curie.
Residents celebrate after seeing off plans to build flats on green space in Finnieston
The plans were rejected last year by Glasgow City Council but the developers Nixon Blue appealed.
Arms and legs … Anniesland rugby friends clock up miles ahead of charity challenge
The challenge on April 28 is set to raise money for the charity Hearts + Balls which helps injured rugby players.
Revealed: Partick Burgh Hall and Hillhead Library on list of possible budget closures
A list containing nearly 60 venues has been circulated by Labour councillors in recent days.
Otago Lane campaigners welcome 'block' to tree felling by the banks of River Kelvin
Concerns had been raised that mature trees were being taken down contrary to planning conditions attached to the site.
Heaven sent … Jordanhill developer gifts old unwanted electronic organ to church
Homebuilder CALA Homes West is soon to begin redeveloping the former college building as part of its Jordanhill Park project.
Reindeer bring cheer to tenants during stopover in Maryhill … en route to Pole
Children had the chance to get up close with Santa’s furriest helpers as well as having a chat with the man himself and getting an early present from his sack.
First statue of Charles Rennie Mackintosh is unveiled in Anderston by first minister
The artwork was commissioned by Sanctuary Group to mark the completion of the affordable housing provider’s £60 million regeneration of Anderston, Glasgow.
Anderston landmark receives £324,000 to secure future as vibrant community hub
Trustees will now develop the building's unique spaces as a vibrant and sustainable place for "people to connect, create and celebrate".
Stay warm this winter with expert advice at the Community Central Hall in Maryhill
Hundreds of households in the city struggle with fuel poverty - where more than 10 per cent of income goes on heating.