Carnoustie community spirit shown in the wake of attacks on two local groups has already been tarnished by the repeat actions of mindless vandals.
An Angus man thrown out of a local boozer returned minutes later wielding a baseball bat, a court has heard.
Planners have put a red light recommendation on multi-million-pound proposals for an A90 roadside services development which includes a hotel and filling station.
The Angus Glens are to be a target area in a winter trapping project focussed on building up the DNA profile of the Scottish wildcat population.
Angus arson attacks are at a three-year high, prompting calls for more support to be given to firefighters.
Carnoustie now has seven lifesaving public access defibrillators after the addition of two more as a popular local man's legacy.
Angus councillors are to re-examine the vexed question of charges for the county’s off-street car parks –but only the process of how the controversial system came into being.
Finance chiefs are confident Angus will maintain its position near the top of Scotland’s council tax collection league despite having to give up on almost £1/2 million of irrecoverable dues.
As befitting its status as the Queen of the UK’s rivers, the annual ceremony heralding the beginning of a new season in pursuit of the King of Fish is a grand spectacle on the banks of the Tay.
A hero’s granddaughter made the poignant pilgrimage to Angus for a sombre seaside service in his honour ahead of the main Armistice Day commemorations.