Five Fife bridges are in line for strengthening works in a £7 million programme.
More than 2.5 million people visited one of Fife Sports and Leisure Trust centres in the last year, according to new figures.
Dunfermline’s Outwith cultural festival is expanding again.
Councillors have voted unanimously to look at the quality and price of “inedible” and “disgusting” Fife school meals.
Plans are in the pipeline to improve transport links in and around Kincardine in the wake of the closure of Longannet power station.
Young Scottish male drivers are being urged to drive like their granny’s in the car with them.
Greener Kirkcaldy has launched the first community fridge in the town.
A small village in The Netherlands is marking the 75th anniversary of its liberation by the Allies and a Fifer who helped bring peace to the region.
Double Carnegie Medal winner Geraldine McCaughrean has launched the Carnegie 100 programme in the world’s first Carnegie Library.
It’s “only a matter of time” before someone becomes seriously ill on a crowded Fife ScotRail service, according to one fed-up commuter.