The "end of an era" has been reached as health chiefs confirmed the last patients have left Montrose Royal Infirmary but no date has been set for building to go on the market.
Access to a tourist attraction bunker on the outskirts of Arbroath which saw extensive service during the Cold War has been put under threat by fly-tippers.
Brechin retailers are the latest group to express concern at the introduction of parking charges across the county, and met with Brechin and Edzell Conservative councillor Gavin Nicol to discuss the issue.
Scottish Ambulance Service chiefs are to formally apologise to a footballer left screaming for help on the pitch when it took almost an hour for an ambulance to arrive at Montrose FC’s Links Park – with one player calling the delay a ‘disgrace’.
Angus MP Kirstene Hair has backed Stracathro primary parents in their fight to keep the rural school open.
The work of an Arbroath community group has spurred two local councillors to seek clarification on the future of one of the town’s most iconic buildings.
Talks over the issue of dog walking in Angus cemeteries are to resume after opposition from responsible pet owners to any possible ban.
Caravan regulation must be tightened in the wake of a fatal fire in Arbroath, it has been claimed.
An Angus councillor fears the war on cold callers is taking a ‘back seat’ while watchdogs pursue more "media-friendly" cases.
The Perth coach of Commonwealth Games swimming sensation Duncan Scott has said she knew the athlete was always ‘destined for great things’.