Work started on the £8.5m development at Cowdenbeath's North End Park which will see Lidl and B&M stores created and 110 jobs come to the town.

Former champion bowler from Lochgelly, Cathie Herd, died just weeks before her 100th birthday.

The Save the Cage Group which aims to create a mining heritage at Lochore Meadows Country Park set a target of £15,000 for their fund to get the cage and other artefacts brought to the park.

Haemophiliac Frank McGuire told the Times the the medicine he thought was a 'Godsend' ended up killing his three brothers.

A road crash near Auchtertool saw a baby boy dying despite surgery at the Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy.

Vandals attacked Lochore Meadows Country Park and smashed specially strengthened windows causing several thousand pounds worth of damage.

The Glencraig based Fife Cycle track attracted 5,000 users in the first few months of it being opened.

Rowers at Lochgelly's Evolution Functional Fitness gym raised £1,500 for Cardenden Play Pak Committee by covering 337,560m in a sponsored row.

Lochgelly teenager Rhys Greig, who was nominated in the Young Scot Awards, said that she would dedicate her graduating to be a nurse to her late dad Ryan, who she looked after as a young girl as he battled drug addiction.

A teenager was charged after an assault on a teacher at a Fife school where the member of staff was allegedly stabbed in the neck with a pencil.

Cowdenbeath's new Maxwell Community Centre was officially opened and named after 'true community stalwarts' Mary and Alex Maxwell.

Cardenden woman Beth Morrison received the award of being one of Scotland's Outstanding Women.