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 Dunfermline man who sent naked photos of himself to young girls has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
The spirit of Christmas is alive and well in Kennoway despite vandals wrecking the village's festive lights.
A Fife mum who lost two sons within four months has created a scholarship at Abertay University in Dundee.
Hopes were raised that the Scottish Government had changed its position on an independent inquiry into the impact of flaring at Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife.
Roadworks at Guardbridge have been causing misery for drivers.
A Fife care home worker has been struck off after posting an insensitive message on Facebook about a deceased resident.
Two teenage girls who gave evidence in the trial against a Fife paedophile have been praised for their bravery.
Plans for 86 new homes in the East Neuk village of St Monans have been hailed as "essential to ensure its vitality".
A locomotive which was the oldest in industrial use in the UK will be back on the tracks next year after being gifted to Fife railway enthusiasts.