Speed hump safety measures in Arbroath have stalled over concerns the move may simply shift the “rat-run” problem to other streets nearby.
Police are hunting thieves who stole items of sentimental value in a callous four-figure raid on an Arbroath family home.
Health bosses have given an assurance that a confirmed E. coli case in Angus presents a “very low” risk to the public.
The green light has finally been given for work to begin on a £45,000 pedestrian crossing in Arbroath, more than a decade after safety work was abruptly halted on the busy town street.
An Angus bowling club is vowing to play on, despite the discovery of asbestos in its roof space.
The number of minor injury and illness units in Angus could reduce from four to two next year because of staff shortages.
Acclaimed US comedian Rich Hall will be coming to Arbroath next year to entertain locals with his deadpan-style humour.
Council chiefs are embarking on a series of public events which could spell the end for a number of Angus schools.
An Angus man has been told to replace his elderly mother’s cooker after he trashed it with an ice axe.
An application to site a burger van opposite an Angus beauty spot has been thrown out by councillors.