A man who went on a dangerous driving rampage through the streets of Kirkcaldy has been jailed.
A man who admitted carrying a seven-inch bread knife in a Kirkcaldy street has been jailed.
Fife councillors will eat school dinners as part of efforts to improve the standard of meals served to pupils.
Fife to bring in £3.9m electronic prescribing regime after study says 99% of written slips have errors
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 Kirkcaldy family centre will lose vital funding after its textile collection bin was targeted by vandals and thieves.
‘It is no longer possible to deliver the existing level of service’ – stark reality facing Fife’s sports trust
Early morning swimmers say timetable changes at a Fife pool are "a matter of life and death".
A Rosyth resident who was driven out of her home by flooding fears the same could happen again.
Residents in rural Fife say potholes in private roads are preventing access for emergency vehicles.
Wormit welcomed some special visitors to celebrate 75 years since the formation of the Royal Norwegian Air Force.
Talks will take place this week in a bid to save jobs at Tayport textiles firm Scott and Fyfe.