Levenmouth's £44 million state-of-the-art secondary school will be the most modern in Europe when it opens to pupils in August.
Fifers had fun in the sun - or lack of it - at the weekend.
Plans to reduce the devastating impact of flooding on vulnerable communities across Fife have been given the green light.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie took a break from Brexit at the weekend to scoop gold at Ceres Highland Games.
Work to create a heritage centre celebrating the life and work of world renowned economist Adam Smith is finally complete.
A crash involving a car being pursued by police in Fife will not be investigated by Scotland's police watchdog.
A woman has been taken to hospital after her car demolished a bus shelter in St Andrews.
A police officer injured in the incident which claimed the life of Kirkcaldy father Sheku Bayoh may never be fit enough to stand trial, a court has been told.
Social media-obsessed yobs have dispersed from town centre hot spots after businesses were persuaded to switch off their wi-fi.
Medieval people used small works of art in the same way we use social media today - to reveal status, allegiances and values, according to a new academic study.