THIS week's edition of the Central Fife Times is now out in shops.

It is packed full with local news from Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly, Kelty and the surrounding towns and villages.

On our front page this week, we report on a vicious assault outside a Cowdenbeath pub.

Inside, we take a look plans to reduce the public opening hours of Cowdenbeath Police Station, and the calls from a local MSP to put more police officers back on our streets amid falling numbers.

We report on Lochgelly man Don Campbell's charity challenge, the school that is planning on banning cars outside the grounds as part of a pilot scheme, and tributes being paid to a Cowdenbeath priest who has sadly passed away.

There is also a double-page spread covering the Benarty area paying respects in the form of two Remembrance services.

In sport, we take a look at Lochgelly Raceway's special charity event, the East of Scotland football round-up, the continued success of Kelty Hearts and the problems Cowdenbeath have up front with an injury to a star player.

We also have our district and opinion page and an eight-page puzzle supplement.

It's all in the Central Fife Times this week, out now.