The relatives of an Australian pilot buried in Montrose have made a special visit to his grave in Sleepyhillock Cemetery.
Angus Arts is hosting a show which combines theatre with live baking later this month.
Artist Rachel Bower has launched a programme of fused glass workshops in Alyth and Coupar Angus.
A celebration has been held for two Angus sportsmen who helped the county “punch above its weight” on the world stage.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has announced the largest influx of pink-footed geese seen at Montrose Basin to date.
The work of a lauded Angus artist has gone on display to mark the centenary of his death this year.
Angus Council’s deputy leader and a former Forfar councillor have defended the role of Angus Council’s scrutiny and audit committee in response to it being branded a waste of money.
The sickness rate of Angus Council employees dropped last year saving the taxpayer 500,000.
Military chiefs contacted police after people “raced” motorbikes around Barry Buddon shooting range.
The mother of a missing man from Angus has voiced her frustration at being kept in the dark over his disappearance abroad.
The sickness rate of Angus Council employees dropped last year saving the taxpayer £500,000.
An Arbroath church will host an awareness evening on self harm among young people later this month.
The countdown is on to Brechin’s big weekend of fast action on a town centre track.
Edzell could be twinned with an Italian ski resort if a new proposal put forward by local councillor Bob Myles proves successful.
A community project has opened its arms to supporters in advance of its 18th anniversary party.
A nursery responsible for the day care of up to 18 children has received a good report by inspectors.
A young Monifieth girl has raised more than 1,000 for charity just over a week after fearing red tape would stop it happening at all.
The former Royal Hotel in Forfar has gone under the hammer and failed to sell.
An Angus village is to swell by 23 new homes after a council committee approved Allied Irish Bank’s application for change of use of land at Kingston Place in Kingsmuir, demolishing former industrial buildings to make way for houses and a road.
Montrose Museum is celebrating the Scottish Renaissance, with paintings, writings, papers, sculptures and artefacts from the great minds of the 20th Century resurgence in Scottish artistry on display at the Panmure Street building.