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    Police are distributing posters and leaflets in Tyndrum as they appeal for more information following the death of Tony Parsons from Tillicoultry. The remains of the cyclist were discovered near the Bridge of Orchy last month – 3 years after he went missing. Two men were arrested in December last year but released pending further […]

    Schools across the Forth Valley are being forced to close this morning due to weather conditions that set in last night and this morning. You can find a list below of all the confirmed schools which have closed. We advise you to further check with your associated primary school(s) to see if they are still […]

    The Stirling Marathon has been pushed back to October this year. It was set to take place in May but the Council say it is more likely to go ahead if it’s delayed. It’s because of the coronavirus pandemic. Organisers will be in touch with runners to transfer their race entries.

    The body of a 42-year-old man was found in Upper Craigs in Stirling yesterday around 5:45am. His death is not being treated as suspicious according to police. A Policespokesperson said: “Around 5.45am on Wednesday, 3 February, the body of a 42-year old man was found in Upper Craigs, Stirling. The death is not being treated […]

    A man was rushed to hospital following a crash on the M80 yesterday near Junction 6 at Denny. Emergency services were called to the scene just after 4pm. A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 4.05pm on Wednesday February 3rd officers were called to a report of a two-car crash on the M80 southbound near Junction […]

    A mass coronavirus vaccination scheme has been rolled-out at the Forth Valley College Campus in Falkirk. According to NHS Forth Valley, around 1,000 people will be vaccinated per day there. Over 30,000 people in the Forth Valley have already been vaccinated including care home residents and staff at 65 homes. Vaccinations will also being at […]

    Five youths have been arrested and charged in connection with a fire that caused damage to memorial benches at Pittencrief Park in Dunfermline last Wednesday. They are all boys aged 13-15 and police say they will be reported through the appropriate Youth Justice process. Two members of the  same group have also been charged in […]

    The body of man has been discovered in Falkirk near the Forth and Clyde Canal. Police were called to the scene around 11.15am today. The death is being treated as unexplained. A Police Scotland spokesperson told Central FM: “Around 11.15am on Wednesday, 27 January, officers were called to the Main Street area of Falkirk, near […]

    A dog which fell through frozen water near The Kelpies in Falkirk has died. Emergency services were called to the scene on Friday afternoon where they provided oxygen for the pet. Falkirk Fire Station staff have since left flowers, a toy and and a card at the canal for the dog known as Millie. The […]

    A new coronavirus lockdown has come into force in mainland Scotland. It’s now illegal to leave home unless it’s for an essential reason – like food shopping, caring responsibilities or exercise – and schools will remain shut. Household mixing will be limited to two people outdoors. The First Minister says she’s more concerned about the […]