• Four men sentenced for hare coursing

    FOUR men have been sentenced for hare coursing offences in the Stirling and Borders area. The group were arrested in April 2020 after being stopped by officers near to Kippen Roundabout in an intelligence lead operation. They were arrested

  • Appeal after attempted robbery in Grangemouth

    A MAN made off empty handed following an attempted robbery at a Grangemouth pharmacy. Detectives are appealing for information following the incident on Monday, February 6. Police were called to the pharmacy at Charlotte Dundas Court following

  • Scotland's role in Crimea explored in museum lecture

    SCOTLAND’S history and the role they played against Russia in the Crimea War is set to be explored at the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. The lecture will form part of the 2023 Winter Lecture Series, which will be hosted by former Argyll

  • Carron Valley reservoir to have new ranger team

    A TEAM of reservoir rangers has been set up by Scottish Water to help promote safety at some of the country’s most popular tourist spots. The team will patrol the paths and shorelines of four major reservoirs – Carron Valley in Stirlingshire, Gladhouse

  • Safe Drive roadshow returns to Macrobert this week

    YOUNG people from the Wee County are this week returning to a powerful roadshow highlighting the dangers of careless driving. Safe Drive, Stay Alive returned to the Macrobert this week with Clacks students among those attending. It is understood

  • Salvona calls for greater self-belief after 6-1 defeat

    ALLAN SALVONA said too many of his players let themselves down on Sunday. Alloa Athletic Women's flying start to the season came crashing down with a 6-1 defeat at the hands of Harmony Row Women. The result meant the Wasps dropped from top

  • Alloa care home appoints new manager

    AN ALLOA care home has announced the appointment of their new full-time manager. Shelley Watters will be taking over at Parklands Care Home, part of the Meallmore Ltd group, following on from 20 years experience in the care sector. She will

  • Williams: 'Not enough of us gave 100 per cent'

    MOLLY WILLIAMS reflected on a tough afternoon for the Alloa women's team as she admitted their performance was deserving of the defeat. Alloa AWFC hosted Harmony Row Women in a top of the table clash in the SWFL West on Sunday, with the Wasps heading

  • Woman jailed for bogus claim about gun in Sauchie

    A CLACKS woman has been jailed for a string of offences going back more than three years. Lisa Malone had falsely claimed that a man had a gun triggering a big police response. The other offences were shoplifting and breaching bail conditions

  • Survey launched to help shape Alloa town centre

    AN AWARD-WINNING partnership in Alloa is seeking people's views on the next set of improvements in the town. The Living Alloa partnership, made up of the council's planning department, CTSI and Alloa First, has launched a survey using the Place