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”.
An Angus politician has written to the UK government asking for regulations to be reviewed to stop the “distress” of bereaved families receiving marketing letters addressed to deceased loved ones.
A globe-trotting Angus private chef is making his mark on popular TV show MasterChef: The Professionals.
Trees which “presented a danger to the general public” have won protection from Angus councillors.
Police Scotland is appealing for information regarding a missing person from Montrose.
Angus Council has been warned it risks “another St Cyrus” unless it takes tough action on illegal Travellers.
Concerns about fly-tipping in Angus have increased after 25 bags of rubbish were found strewn along the main road to Auchmithie.
A one tonne bag of potentially lethal asbestos has been dumped in a shocking case of Tayside fly-tipping.