Fed up Fifers have demanded far better train services during a lively public meeting attended by ScotRail Alliance managing director Alex Hynes.
An ambitious plan to make use of a site in the centre of Lochore long considered an eyesore has already courted controversy.
Staff at a closure-threatened Fife training organisation which has spent almost four decades providing vital services for unemployed people have made an impassioned plea to keep it open.
A Perthshire war veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder could have killed his friend after stabbing him in the neck with scissors, a court has heard.
Hundreds of suspected criminals in Fife were at large last month as police strive to pin down those who have evaded arrest.
It has been welcoming Fife children and young people for 50 years and has led to more than 100,000 memorable experiences.
Changes to bin collection routes in north east Fife have caused chaos and confusion, it has been claimed.
Just when you thought panto season was locked away in the attic with the tinsel and the tree for another year, Fife Council’s very own brand of over-the-top theatre was back with a bang last week.
A row over the state of Fife’s schools looks set to rumble on after the region’s SNP/Labour administration was accused of kicking the prospect of new secondaries “into the long grass”.