Falkirk Herald

Additional train carriages for Scotland v England rugby

Transport

On-going and upcoming roadworks in Falkirk area - February 20

Transport
Michael Mowat

Family pay tribute to killer murdered in prison

Crime
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Ten days left to use old paper notes

Business

Wife looks for justice after years of abuse

Crime

McDonald’s staff chip in to support First Aid Africa project

News

Angry teen elbowed car window and covered girlfriend in shards of glass

Crime

Man found with heroin worth £12k jailed

Crime
KFC in Falkirk

KFC Falkirk forced to close its doors

News
Gordon Young moved to Falkirk from Impact Soccer Club, California. Picture Michael Gillen.

New Falkirk assistant Gordon Young comes with a Scotland manager’s seal of approval

Falkirk FC
Archive image of Mark McGuigan

Stenhousemuir 1-0 Edinburgh City

Football
Ref Greg Aitken flashed his red card in the second half. Picture Michael Gillen.

Brechin 0 Falkirk 1: Jakubiak to the rescue

Falkirk FC

Date confirmed for Falkirk’s Scottish Cup trip to face Rangers

Falkirk FC

OPINION: Time to build a showpiece into league reconstruction

Football
Harry Potter Murder Mystery visiting Falkirk Town Hall in February 2018

Harry Potter themed murder mystery at Falkirk Town Hall

Whats on
The event takes place at Bowhouse Community Centre

Grangemouth craft event this weekend

Whats on
Picture: Michael Gillen

Falkirk group present cheques to charities

News
Former police officer Ian McNeish, who is originally from Bonnybridge, will releaes his new book The Fearn Bobby on March 30 2018. It examines his career in the police force, containing many humorous and horrendous stories about his time in the Falkirk and Bo'ness areas.
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New book delves into the past of former Bonnybridge chief inspector Ian

Lifestyle