The incorporation of one of the most historic organisations in Angus has been celebrated at a gathering in Brechin.
There was standing room only at the first public meeting to gauge the community’s reaction to a buy-out of Dunfermline’s historic but decaying Duracord factory.
Competitors from across the world have walked on to the ancient opening tee of Panmure golf course in Angus for the 2016 World Hickory Open.
A new initiative has been launched to mark Arbroath’s ties to Hercules Linton, designer of the famous clipper ship Cutty Sark.
Forged in the unlikely setting of a First World War German prisoner of war camp, a gold ring has emerged as a memento of a remarkable piece of Mearns maritime heritage.
A centenary celebration to mark the exploits of six Mearns fishermen captured by a U-Boat in the First World War takes place next week.
Angus threw its doors open to the rich heritage of the county at the weekend, offering the opportunity for visitors to learn about everything from old cars to elephants walking the streets of the county.
The annual Auchmithie heritage and art festival celebrating a thousand years of history took place in fine weather over the weekend.
Dunfermline has been punching well below its weight when it comes to attracting tourists, a major new study has found.
Angus MP Mike Weir has said he hopes UNESCO’S naming of the Declaration of Arbroath as a Memory of the World may reignite the prospect of world heritage site recognition for the Angus town’s ancient abbey.