It was great to see three hard-working "ordinary" Fifers receive British Empire Medal (BEM) awards in recognition of their community work in the Queen’s New Year Honours.
A project which aims to provide dementia, autism and baby friendly screenings of films in Fife is one of 22 initiatives across Scotland sharing in an £800,000 windfall.
A band of hardy souls braved the icy waters of the Forth yesterday in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Taxi drivers across Fife have been told they have a duty to protect vulnerable people during the New Year festivities.
No specific talks have been held between the Scottish Government and Fife and Lothian councils to ease traffic congestion on and around the Queensferry Crossing, it has been revealed.
An art historian’s detective work to restore a medieval prayer book has its foot in ancient and modern technologies.
Work to demolish a fire-ravaged 19th Century house in Leven has been completed.
Heroic bystanders who narrowly avoided being caught up in a four-vehicle pile up on a Fife road risked their own lives to pull people out of the burning wreckage.
NHS Fife was again on hand to save Christmas as part of the health board’s annual festive video.