Brooke Fraser, a member of the 1st Aberchirder Brownies, has raised £2100 for a charity close to her heart.
Paul Lawson says that his hunger for more trophy success continues, as the Pitmedden side look to win the league title next season.
1st Macduff Guides retained the Guide Patrol Challenge Competition cup at the Baden Powell Centre in Turriff recently.
Ellon Co-op's Barbara Last recently visited 2nd Ellon Brownies to see how the group had invested the £1400 they received from the Community Fund.
Turriff United chairman George Manson says that the shutdown due to coronavirus will have a massive finance impact on the club.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low says that the club are taking each week as it comes after shutdown.
Run Garioch has been cancelled due to COVID-19 and delayed until Sunday, 13 September.
Bailies of Bennachie, has cancelled two events due to take place in Inverurie in the next month because of the coronavirus situation.
Scottish Rugby have announced a new £500,000 Club Hardship Fund.
Formartine United midfielder Daniel Park says that winning the Highland League Cup is the priority if they want to rescue their rollercoaster season.
Rothie Rovers have announced “ambitious” plans to apply for Scottish Junior Football membership.
Scottish Schoolboys title holder Ayden Quinn was surprised by a message from WBO intercontinental champ in the 1990s Willie Quinn.
Turriff Academy pupil Morgan James has been called up to the Great Britain DMT squad after gold medal-winning performances.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low wants more attacking intent in their mouthwatering Friday clash with Fraserburgh.
Formartine United beat a spirited Clachnacuddin 3-0.
Newburgh Primary School pupils carried out speed checks with Formartine Community Policing teams PCs.
Organisations which will help to maximise the take-up of benefits and household incomes in Scotland have been awarded £600,000.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a series of hit and run incidents on Swan Road in Ellon, and other residential streets nearby.
The drop-in King Edward Bridges consultation takes place on Monday, March 9 from 3.30pm until 7.30pm at the King Edward Community Hall.
The Inverurie community is set to lose a charity’s advice centre and shop which has been serving the town for 20 years.