Progress on the transformation of the former Forfar Academy building has been further delayed.
A special celebration is to be held in Angus in the summer to mark Prince Edward being bestowed the title Earl of Forfar.
A young Angus woman is on a mission to get young people talking about their feelings.
A Tayside charity which offers advice and support to families dealing with behavioural disorders has opened a second base to cope with an increase in demand.
An Angus councillor has urged the owners of a troubled derelict hospital site which has suffered repeated outbreaks of fire to step up security before someone is killed.
The 38th Kirriemuir Festival of Music and Song, encompassing ceilidhs, concerts, competitions, sing-arounds, street entertainment and impromptu sessions, is taking place this weekend.
Angus youngsters are taking matters into their own hands to rid their town of anti-social behaviour.
Arbroath has been identified as a hot-spot for anti-social behaviour after a summer of discontent in the town.
Illegal hare coursers continually targeting the Angus area have threatened to “burn down” a farm after being approached by the landowner.
A neighbourhood dispute over a communal parking space used by an Angus man “feeling flush” after a benefit payout cost him 160 hours of unpaid work.