A drink-driving pensioner placed on an electronic tag has had his curfew time relaxed to allow him to walk his dog.
A famous watercolour depicting an Angus wonder of the engineering world is to make a rare appearance on home territory this week.
Carnoustie citizens honoured for their commitment to different aspects of town life have received British Empire Medals.
A heroin-fuelled dangerous driver has dodged a jail sentence after “carnage” was narrowly avoided when he careered into a blue-light emergency patient convoy on a busy Angus road.
A wealthy drive-by catapult shooter has avoided a jail term after a terrifying attack on one of Scotland’s busiest roads.
Angus has taken the lead among Tayside and Fife's councils in its ambition to create a parental leave policy for elected members.
The green light for speed buffer zones in Angus communities has been hailed as a step forward in road safety - but “reckless” drivers have been condemned for continuing to put lives at risk.
A plan to ditch Forfar’s creaking police HQ for a council office share on the edge of town could be dead in the water after the authority agreed to put the for sale sign up on the target building.
Continued pressure on the prescribing sore of Angus is easing the financial pain of local health chiefs.
Angus Care and Repair’s chairman has spoken of his pride in the organisation’s service to the local community following its controversial closure after more than quarter of a century.