The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner has cleared an officer of blame after a probe into a road accident in Kirkcaldy which seriously injured a pensioner.
Kirkcaldy Rugby Club will be braving the freezing waters of the Forth this New Year to help a little boy with an incredibly rare form of dwarfism.
Fife councillors will eat school dinners as part of efforts to improve the standard of meals served to pupils.
A £3.9 million electronic prescribing system is to be introduced at Fife hospitals after a study suggested 99% of written prescription slips contained errors.
A man who admitted carrying a seven-inch bread knife in a Kirkcaldy street has been jailed.
A man who went on a dangerous driving rampage through the streets of Kirkcaldy has been jailed.
A Kirkcaldy family centre will lose vital funding after its textile collection bin was targeted by vandals and thieves.
Wormit welcomed some special visitors to celebrate 75 years since the formation of the Royal Norwegian Air Force.
A Dunfermline man who sent naked photos of himself to young girls has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
Hopes were raised that the Scottish Government had changed its position on an independent inquiry into the impact of flaring at Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife.