It's 430 days since the devastating fire that ripped though Woodmill High School and, yesterday, the last group of pupils finally returned. 

We've also got the story of the 86-year-old bridesmaid, why there wasn't a dry eye in the house when JJ waltzed and the Scottish striker gunning for glory at Wembley. 

And don't forget to get your entries in for our Bonnie Babies competition, this year the top prize is £750 in cash.

Here are some of the stories making the news this week: 

* 'Parking mayhem is a daily nightmare in our street'

* Sara's brave shave after cancer hits school

* Specsavers in Dunfermline warn of Hallowe'en 'sightmare'

* We'll fix pothole ... within a year

* Replacement Inverkeithing High set to be built in Rosyth

* Scots goal hero Weir's away to Wembley final

* MSP wants Holyrood cash for trams on Forth Road Bridge

* Plans in for 69 new homes in Milesmark

* Something in the water: Traces of Covid found at sewage works

* Pars keeper has return of fans down to a fine art

* Fife Council say it's fine to park your seat on High Street

* Dunfermline cricketer's lengthy run-up for Isla 

* I do: Edith agrees to be a bridesmaid at the age of 86 and a half

* Not a dry eye in the house as JJ gets to waltz at last

* 'I said I'll make you a million. I got the job'

* Quad bike vandals ruin football pitch in Kelty

* Outwith Festival could survive 

* Drunken thug headbutted 15-year-old boy and followed woman

* Dunfermline Foodbank has dished out 70,000 meals in just six months

* Check out this plumb job for good causes

* Ice to be back: Dunfermline curlers return to the rink

* More restrictions will be 'simply catastrophic' for West Fife pubs

* Beauty staff show they care after baby heartbreak

* Attack on neighbour 'sparked by drug dealing'

* Put posties lives before profits, warns union

* 'Don't let your mask drop' - schools chief says face coverings are working

* Host from hell invited neighbour in and then choked him

* Virus rates were highest in Kelty 

* Hockey club set to capitalise on delay

* Diving instructor accuses quarry developers of 'shafting' community

* Flasher exposed himself to two women at Fordell

* Blairhall woman's renewable energy scam raked in £15,000

* Tortoise dumped at Asda recycling bins

* MP says 'closure is still on the cards' for HMS Caledonia

* Discover the wonders of West Fife in new book

* Shows must go on as OnFife gets £230,000

* Protest for second week running at Mossmorran

* 'Nasty' assault after family fight over fags

And that's not all. We've also got a lively letters page, image of the week, eight pages of puzzles, memory lane - who remembers Tin Town in Rosyth? - and an eight page Taste magazine with a Hallowe'en flavour. 

Don't forget to pick up your copy tomorrow.