A nurse and member of Kinross Road Runners is training hard for Sunday's London Marathon when she will step out to raise money for Epilepsy Scotland.
Work supporting the most vulnerable in local communities suffering from the worst effects of the cuts to their welfare support has been reviewed by Fife Council’s scrutiny committee.
The City of Dunfermline committee has agreed to support Dunfermline Delivers’ renewal ballot.
A Glenrothes mother said her autistic son will not cope with school after being placed in mainstream education by Fife Council.
A curator at the world renowned Smithsonian museum is to lead St Andrews Museums into a new age.
A Fife College student has become the first in the country to receive a scholarship supported by the MS Society.
A midwife is taking on the Glasgow Kiltwalk in honour of her father who died with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Fife Council has been challenged to publish details of high earning officers.
There will be no reduction in the number of GP appointments at a Tayport surgery despite a cut in its opening hours, it has been claimed.
The “nightmare” impact of Universal Credit in Fife has been laid bare by frontline organisations.