Forfar drivers are facing months of diversions due to a major gas project that will affect one of the town’s busiest streets.
The national spotlight has shone on a pair of Angus family doctors behind an area initiative designed to deliver quick-response support to mental health patients.
A “panic-stricken” L-driver who shook off police in a high-speed chase through the streets of Brechin has been hammered by a sheriff.
Shocked passers-by came to the rescue of two Arbroath tanning salon staff when they came under attack from a man whose drink-fuelled birthday celebrations had spiralled out of control.
Trial set for group accused of making death threats on Forfar street and putting them on on social media
A group accused of making death threats in a Forfar street will face trial next month, including an accused whose arrest was ordered after he said he couldn’t come to court because he got travel sick.
A man who lashed out at blue-light staff in a “nasty” Angus incident has been placed on an electronic tag.
A drug-driver who sped off from an Angus McDonalds restaurant and went airborne after careering through a bollard in the middle of busy street had been put off the road for 21 months.
Council bosses in Angus and Dundee say they have no firm plans to increase Traveller provision in their areas.
One small step.
On-circuit rival and off-track pal Sir Jackie Stewart is to officially open the museum dedicated to Fife-born motor racing legend Jim Clark.