The family of a young Arbroath man, who was allegedly murdered at an Angus beauty spot last month, have described the "overwhelming" support they have received in the weeks since his death.
The family of an Angus man who disappeared without a trace 11 years ago are still clinging to desperate hope that he is still alive.
The £26 million regeneration of a historically troubled area of Arbroath will change lives, a councillor has pledged.
Five people had to be rescued from an Angus beach after being cut off by a landslide on Tuesday afternoon.
Owner fears it could be the end of the line for Arbroath miniature railway as visitors slow to a ‘trickle’
A once thriving Angus tourist attraction is in danger of hitting the buffers after visitor numbers halved over the last 10 years.
Civic-minded locals in Arbroath are working to restore the town’s pride following a recent spree of vandalism.
A fishmonger who claimed he started a £20,000 drugs farm in his house so he could make medicinal cannabis oil for his sick partner has been jailed.
A housing association has backed down over plans to charge Arbroath householders hundreds of pounds each to repair paths around their homes.
The chairperson of an Arbroath heritage group has hit out at the “mindless vandalism” at the town's historic abbey.
Cheerleader outfit-wearing drunken pair fined for urinating in front of fellow passengers on Angus train
A sheriff has slammed a “disgusting” pair of drunken louts who shocked fellow passengers by urinating on a Montrose-bound train while dressed in cheerleader outfits for a rugby club night out.