Public toilets in Brechin which were closed almost a year ago have never stopped being used, according to a community councillor.
An Angus carers charity is coming under increasing pressure as the number of clients seeking help continues to soar.
Angus councillors have approved a £1m housing plan that will help meet the needs of a family with disabilities.
HMS Montrose is set to return to the Angus town it is named after early next year after undergoing a major refit.
An Arbroath teenager has flown to America to begin treatment for a rare form of cancer.
Community group given the use of former Kirriemuir Access office for remainder of Angus Council lease
A move to turn the former Access office in Kirriemuir into a hub for a community group that works with people with dementia has been described as “good news”.
Organisers of the Strathmore Highland Games have thanked the large number of competitors for taking part at this year’s event, which was held at Glamis Castle on Sunday.
Defects in Angus schools that were constructed under private public partnerships were similar to those in the Edinburgh school where a wall collapsed last year.
The Angus Council candidate who posted extreme pornography on social media has caused another row by comparing Conservative voters in Angus to Nazis.
The mild winter saved Angus Council more than half a million pounds on its maintenance budget.