Travellers have been condemned for leaving a “trail of rubbish” in a Brechin park following a summer stay.
Angus woman Paula Malham didn’t think she’d be able to get away for a week’s holiday this year.
An Angus artist proved as fleet of foot as his most famous characters before his latest exhibition.
A would-be thief who spooked residents of an executive Forfar housing development with a night-time wander through their gardens claimed he was trying to tout for window-cleaning custom when confronted.
Angus Council fails to invite locally-based Scottish veterans minister to Forfar Armed Forces Day event
Angus Council has admitted it failed to invite the locally-based Scottish Government Veterans Minister to an event to honour the armed forces.
A renewed planning application to keep an illegal Travellers’ site in St Cyrus should be refused, councillors are being told ahead of a crunch vote.
Montrose Playhouse project leaders are thrilled by the initial response to a crowdfunder set up for people to take a stake in the future of the multi-million pound transformation of the town’s former swimming pool.
Continued pressure on the prescribing sore of Angus is easing the financial pain of local health chiefs.
Neighbourhood disputes have the tendency to turn nasty if common ground is not recognised and acknowledged.
Johnshaven volunteers are celebrating finishing the refurbishment of the village’s former lifeboat shed.