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    A man has been jailed for historical sexual abuse against two girls in Fallin. John Barr, who is now 67-years-old, was sentenced to seven years in prison for the attacks, which took place between October 1983 and October 1991. One of the girls was aged between six and 15 when she was sexually assaulted – […]

    Falkirk will host its very first Arts Festival later this month. It’ll take place between the 21st and 29th September and will offer drama, arts and dance shows in various locations around the town. There will also be the chance to visit a heritage trail – and take part in craft workshops. We spoke to […]

    It’s hoped a week-long campaign can help reduce the number of people feeling suicidal. A range of events are taking place across the country to mark Suicide Prevention Week. Figures released earlier this year showed a 15% rise in the number of people taking their own life in Scotland. During 2019 Suicide Prevention Week, local activities include: […]

    A Holyrood Committee wants to hear from local business from across the Forth Valley, to find out their thoughts on business rates. An open meeting is being held at the Engine shed in Stirling on Tuesday, for local business to assist an inquiy into the Non-Domestic Rates Bill. The Committee is also reaching out to […]

    Stirling will once again play host to the Scottish Athletics 10k road race championships this weekend. The 18th annual City of Stirling 10k is being organised by the Central Athletic Club, with the main race starting and finishing outside Forthbank Stadium on Sunday (8th Sep). The route runners will follow There will also be a […]

    Members of the Kinneil Band, whose hall was ravaged by a fire back in June, say they are hoping to rebuild. The building was destroyed by the blaze – along with a number of musical instruments. They’re now meeting with insurers after an online crowdfunding campaign raised more than £14,000. Brian Holmes is their chairman […]

    The Fire Brigade Union’s warning the number of firefighters in Scotland is “nowhere near enough”. There are 917 fewer firefighters in Scotland than in 2010 – that’s despite a 3% rise in recruits over the last 12 months. New figures show firefighters rescued more than 3,500 people in Scotland last year. Members of the union […]

    A man has been jailed for 12 years after being responsible for a range of sexual offences against women in Falkirk. Nikki Trice was sentenced earlier today (5th Sep) for crimes including rape and indecent assault, which took place in the town over a period of 14 years. Two of his victims were aged between […]

    It’s been revealed a school in Grangemouth took five hours to tell a mum her young son had escaped. It’s believed the four-year-old left Sacred Heart Primary at around 10am on Monday, with staff unaware he’d gone. He was found nearby by a member of the public and was returned to the school. It’s understood […]

    Police say thieves, who stole police costumes from a Forth Valley prop company, could be posing as officers. Replica police clothing – including stab vests, fake batons and handcuffs, were stolen from the firm, who’re based on Lochside Road in Limerigg, near Slamannan. Police say the props look “very realistic”. The incident took place between […]