Traffic cones have prohibited parking across the road from the central Co-op since Friday June 26.
Findhorn Bay Conservation Company raised the funds for the path along shoreline from the Kimberley Inn to the boatyard.
The Findhorn Foundation's Cullerne Gardens are growing vegetables for Moray Food Plus.
Signs have been put up at Loch of Blairs to make visitors aware of the potential dangers of algae in the water.
The charity will be diverting waste from landfill and reinvesting the resources generated back into the community as of July 20.
Pupils and teachers used technology to maintain a sense of school community throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
Scottish Water were called to investigate when a family found around 20 fish dying at a local beauty spot.
Forres Heritage Trust has been awarded £20,000 to upgrade the walkway around the Tolbooth clock tower and turn it into a tourist attraction.
Alves-based Right Lines Production's radio play 'Morrison's Van' is available to listeners until the end of July.
Orbex has confirmed that Orbex Prime will be the first vertical launch vehicle to fly into orbit from the new site.
Findhorn Bay Arts first artist-in-residency Caroline Inckle started work in the High Street shop in February.
Pilmuir's Dorothy Marshall has spoken out against an increase in littering around the River Findhorn.
Forres Heritage Trust and Nick Molnar are two of seven groups and individuals to win backing from Berry Burn Community Fund.
Film Forres will use £8,500 from the National Lottery Community Fund to employ a film and audience development officer.
Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation attended call-outs to Burghead and Nairn on Saturday, June 27.
Isobel Mackenzie has spoken of her time without family by her side during the coronavirus lockdown.
Co-op Local Community Fund looking for projects improving mental and physical wellbeing or building community resilience.
1st Forres Scouts from the six to eight year-olds age group are working hard to earn their badges.
Forres Community Council has a new chairman and representative to liaise with Moray Council.
George Alexander wants people thinking of moving to Forres to recognise the local property conservation rules.