This is the place for the people of Glasgow to discover what is happening around the city, but more specifically in their own community.
Now with 80 websites covering all points of the compass it is up to you to make them a true reflection of your community. Tell us your stories; show off your pictures; post your notices: give us an insight into your local history; create a mini site or submit a link.
As you will see tens of thousands of people have already joined in this major celebration of what makes a community so great. And there's no easier way to help increase everyone else's knowledge about what makes your area so special.
For further information, advice or online help contact: Community News Editor Helen Smith; email@example.com, 0141 302 6521
Evening Times, 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3QB
WHEN the Evening Times went on the hunt for Glasgow's Community Champions we were overwhelmed.
For the past two years we have heard from people from all walks of life and from all parts of this great city.
And we want to continue to hear from you.
Over the following year we will be holding five events in the North; East; South East, South West; West and Central areas of Glasgow.
So to be part of Community Champions 2011 click on the link below.
Rock band the Libertines - featuring troubled musician Pete Doherty - are to reform to headline a major outdoor festival at London's Hyde Park this summer.
REMEMBER the great Scottish songs that you simply had to dance to?
A Spitting Image puppet of the late film director Michael Winner is expected to fetch at least £150 at auction.
GLASGOW'S Hard Rock Cafe is to take its turn at hosting the restaurant chain's summer tour.
FOR all Glasgow's claims to be a 'City of Culture', those in charge still have a terrible habit of seeing demolition as the way forward.
BRITAIN has often been described as the 'Slug Capital of the World' and, capitalising on our mild, wettest winter on record, the populations are expected to boom this year.
LESS than three months before the starting gun fires on the Commonwealth Games, 1500 school- children had the chance to put the city's world class sporting facilities to the test.
FOLLOWING yesterday's picture of the Clyde steamer Queen Mary II, today we join the soaking-wet crowd at the launch of the Cunard liner which 'stole' her name.