BEATH High School welcomed one of Britain's top Magicians.
THE people of Cardenden might not have to wait too much longer to have a major eyesore improved.
MP Lindsay Roy praised the people of Cardenden for laying the foundations of a better future, at the launch of the village's 5-year Community Action Plan in Bowhill Community Centre on Thursday night.
LOCHGELLY'S former town house is set to become the central focal point of a new housing project in the centre of the town.
COWDENBEATH lost an 'outstanding citizen', with the death on Thursday of Mary Maxwell, only weeks after she was awarded an Unsung Hero accolade.
FUNDRAISING is a vital element of a charity which is geared to fighting blood cancer.
PUPILS will be fighting for the number one spot on the pitch tomorrow.
IT began over a shared love of golf and caravanning. Now Cowdenbeath based bus company, Bay Travel, has expanded to run ten coaches and employ 14 people.
A BALLINGRY man enlisted the help of his colleagues and his employer to take the trip of a lifetime, with the Celtic Football Club Charity, to support two schools in the poverty-stricken region of Kibera in Kenya.
SCHOOL pupils throughout Fife have been choosing more active and sustainable ways to get to school during this springs' Active Travel Month.
THANKS to a special event at Cowdenbeath's Foulford Primary School a teenager is getting closer to his dream of having Dolphin Therapy sessions.
PUPILS from Lochgelly South Primary school had the opportunity to get up close to a giant bee and see inside a bee hive when Little Giants visited their school.
POLICE are urging people to be extra vigilant, following a spate of recent thefts of fuel and metal products.
FOLLOWING the success of the senior team winning the U-18 Fife Schools League Beath High School's S1 football team set out to bring yet another trophy home in the Fife Cup.
BALWEARIE HS pupils were crowned 2013 7s Disability Sport Fife Football League champions for the first time after they edged out the Lochgelly High team.
THERE was plenty of close and exciting racing at the Cowdenbeath Racewall last Saturday night, despite Gordon Moodie and Chris Burgoyne heading to Skegness whilst Dennis Middler was in Northern Ireland
A WET day greeted the spectators as Lochgelly Raceway reverted back to its usual Sunday afternoon start time when there was a cracking mixture of contact and non-contact racing was on the menu
THE final nail was put in the coffin of Ballingry Rovers' bid for the East Premier League title after they lost badly at Armadale on Saturday.
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