Esk Rivers and Fisheries Trust is pioneering a new link initiative with schools in Angus and the Mearns.
A country music-loving landlady is dusting off her Stetson to make a return to the Angus bar she made famous as the “Nashville of Tay Territory”.
Education Scotland has told Angus Council it failed to make a compelling case for the closure of Stracathro primary.
‘Buddy benches’ with an important message have been installed in an Angus school playground to encourage friendship.
There has been a 71% increase in people in Angus receiving crisis grants to make ends meet.
A bid to bring back forgotten railways in Angus has been described as “pie in the sky” by an enthusiast who successfully fought for the restoration of the Scottish Borders line.
An Angus man who was once given just four weeks to live has set his sights on a 117-mile challenge, despite his kidneys shutting down just weeks ago.
Primary pupils have been given high-visibility vests to protect their safety on the way to school following the closure of two bridges in a Mearns village.
A 1978 letter written by Kirriemuir rock hero Bon Scott will go under the hammer on Thursday.
Objectors are calling for a public inquiry as the fallout over an unauthorised Travellers' site at St Cyrus enters its latest phase.