An indoor war memorial that could have been lost from sight in a rural Angus church, is once again on display to the public.
Parking charge campaigners have welcomed a strongly-worded intervention by an Angus MSP who has described the situation as “outrageous”.
Angus bin staff could strike over shift changes.
An Angus town centre is likely to be a little short on festive cheer this year after the winter weather put paid to its Christmas tree.
Police Scotland have launched an investigation after two motorbikes were stolen from an address in Arbroath.
Organisers at Brechin Community Pantry are appealing for donations of festive food, as well as people to volunteer some time to assist with a Christmas day meal for people who might otherwise be alone.
‘I am reviewing all of the roles in the administration’: Angus Council faces leadership crisis after reshuffle announcement
Angus Council’s under-pressure leader has admitted he could step away from the role within weeks.
A motion urging people to shop local and support Angus produce received a guarded welcome from some members at a meeting of councillors.
Forfar Instrumental Band has launched a crowdfunder campaign to send ten younger players to a prestigious residential training course.
Hopes that a promised pre-Christmas investment and jobs bonanza that would see a retail unit on the Angus/Dundee border “ready to trade over the Christmas season” have been dashed, with one local councillor describing the situation as “extremely disappointing”.