Fife Council’s economy convener said the local authority was “100% committed” to helping Kirkcaldy town centre grow following news of Debenhams’ impending closure.
Lovers of Fife’s coasts have frowned upon people spotted "stealing" bags of sand from one of the region’s most beautiful beaches.
Pedestrians narrowly escaped being hit by a drink-driver’s car as it mounted a pavement in Kirkcaldy.
A father and son have been found guilty of a violent disturbance outside a pub in Cardenden.
Kirkcaldy High Street has been dealt another hammer blow after Debenhams confirmed that the town’s store is one of 22 nationwide to close.
Campaigners are calling for better bus services between communities at the Tay Bridgehead and St Andrews.
A Leven man has been convicted of injuring a 14-year-old boy by deliberately pushing him through a shop window.
New figures have cast doubt over food safety in Fife after more than half of the kingdom’s food premises were found to be overdue visits by hygiene inspectors last year.
A new online resource celebrating an acclaimed Fife who TS Eliot called the best Scottish poet since Robert Burns, has been launched by the St Andrews University, thanks to an enthusiastic young Frenchman.
A hoax call to the coastguard could have had far more serious consequences during a busy Easter weekend for the Kinghorn RNLI lifeboat station, the organisation has warned.