A policy which could scrap free school transport for hundreds of children has been agreed in principle.
A Cowdenbeath petrol station was shut temporarily during the seizure of fuel thought to be illegal.
Tributes were paid to a Fife war hero more than a century after his outstanding act of bravery.
Parents whose children may lose free school transport have been told Fife Council is not responsible for their safety before the bell rings.
A care provider has been blasted for halting assistance with only a day’s warning for a Dunfermline woman paralysed by a stroke.
A Kirkcaldy schoolboy’s poem is being projected on an Edinburgh landmark to celebrate Burns Night.
Doubt has been cast on weddings booked at a Fife mansion which is subject to an enforcement notice banning them taking place there.
Police investigating an attack in which the victim suffered horrific neck injuries want to speak to two people they believe were nearby.
The discovery of what appears to be a Bronze Age cremation pit under the centre of Cupar has been hailed as an archaeological find of national importance.
A Fife MP has warned the region's foodbanks could be flooded by hungry families if grocery bills soar under a no-deal Brexit.