The help and support given to Angus residents in need of palliative and end of life care has been strengthened with the appointment of a new senior nurse.
Volunteers will form a defensive front line for Angus communities if the beast from the east returns with a vengeance this winter.
Dundee-based Abertay Housing Association has unveiled its first new-build foray into Angus, a long-awaited 16-flat development in the centre of Forfar.
A rampaging Angus man had to be CS sprayed by police after running at them with a broken bottle following an incident in which he put a terrified female neighbour in a headlock.
Two workmates from Carnoustie are planning to cycle round all 80 sculptures on the Maggie’s Penguin Parade in a bid to raise funds for the cancer charity.
Patients in Angus are being urged to buy their own medicines as the region struggles to shrug off its "sick man of Scotland" tag.
A Fettercairn man who stormed the Normandy beaches as part of the D-Day landings in 1944 has been awarded the Legion d'Honneur by the French Government.
An investigation is ongoing amid increasing concerns about the behaviour of a “murderous” male swan in Arbroath.
Forfar’s Strathmore Rugby Football Club has become the setting for the town’s latest lifesaving defibrillator following an award from the Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ (SSEN) Resilient Communities Fund.
An application to construct a new industrial unit at a busy Angus quarry has been approved but an objector has threatened to lodge complaints at the sheriff court.
Bookish tourists can tour the iconic Scottish locations which inspired some of the nation's best-loved children's stories.
A bid by two Forfar councillors to temporarily block construction of 100 homes in Forfar over an access route dispute was thrown out by the Development Standards Committee.
Botched roof repairs have been blamed for Brechin Cathedral’s perilous financial position amid fears for the building’s future.
The number of new homes built in Scotland slumped by almost 7,000 in a decade, according to figures released by the Scottish Government.
A Kirriemuir gull summit has drawn a large turnout to look at future options to solve the problems being created by the winged scavengers in the northern part of the town.
A wildlife charity has raised the alarm after grey squirrels were spotted in a key red squirrel conservation area in the Mearns.
Blooming lovely gardens around Tayside and Fife are being put firmly on a map created to drive green-fingered tourism.
A court has heard a pensioner became distracted at a railway crossing in Angus and ignored warning lights in a “one-off moment of madness.”
Angus Council wants community views “at the earliest opportunity” after a pedestrian crossing development in Arbroath was put on hold.
An Angus descendant of a north-east heroine who saved the crew of a Dundee steam ship almost 135 years ago hopes relatives of the men may be able to attend a poignant coastal ceremony this weekend.