The first extant charter for the Burgh of Stirling dating from 1360 represents the beginning of a long and twisting tale of local government that continues in the telling to this day.
In the parish of Killearn in the early 1700s, Helen McFarlan was an unmarried woman who worked as a servatrix to Alexander Lerkie of Croy.
Letters from a Victorian marriage - Sir Malcolm Murray MacGregor and Lady Helen Murray MacGregor Née McDonnell
As we approach the local elections at the beginning of May, our Document of the Month focuses on two notable Stirling Councillors: Grace Tasker and Catherine Turnbull.
In Balfron nearly 100 years ago, the Parish Council was faced with a rather mysterious couple when an out of work man and woman applied for poor relief at 6pm on 12 March 1924.