Montrose Playhouse has hit another key milestone with the appointment of a main contractor to turn the town's former swimming pool into a multi-million pound community cinema.
Regular consumers whose sporting affections also lie in activities involving engines and spectacularly high speeds may have shared last week’s sadness over the loss of a legend.
The plains of Minnesota have proved a field of dreams for Angus ploughman Andrew Mitchell.
An Angus family is preparing to saddle up for their latest fundraising ‘Tour de Tayside’ in a poignant cycle challenge in memory of their father.
Police are hunting crooks who swiped a catch of velvet crabs from the deck of an Arbroath fishing boat.
The artist who will lead the design of a spectacular procession at the centre of Arbroath’s 2020 celebration has spoken of her excitement over the prospect of involving hundreds of locals in the landmark event.
A charity volunteer has spoken of her anger and disbelief after her car was vandalised while parked outside an Angus Christmas party for the elderly.
A teenage Angus drink-driver has been banned and ordered to carry out unpaid work.
An Angus man who threatened to put his girlfriend “in a shallow hole” when she changed her mind about wanting a KFC has been fined for the threat which sounded the death knell in their “volatile” relationship.
Chilly Glasgow provided a taste of things to come for a line-up of classic cars as the city gears up for the magic of the Monte at the start of 2020.