A man was seen 'acting suspiciously' in a local before fleeing.
Tayside speech and language therapy support worker Mike Carlin has been presented with a national Giving Voice Award by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT).
Monikie farmer Fleur Baxter is hoping her latest artwork can raise £20,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
A disgraced primary teacher caught with indecent images of young girls on his home computer has been struck off.
A lifesaving defibrillator is available seven days a week in an Angus town centre church, thanks to the generous donation of a member of the congregation.
With the countdown on to Christmas, members of Arbroath Ladies Lifeboat Guild are hard at work on plans for the run-up to the special day.
Angus Council chiefs may go to auction in a bid to rescue Brechin’s former Flicks nightclub for affordable housing.
The Scottish Government has promised a “new deal” for health boards after writing off hundreds of millions of pounds of debts.
Thieves stole a late-husband's tools in a local break-in.
Grieving dad slams ‘disgusting’ thieves who stole two Celtic crosses destined for his baby son’s grave
A grieving dad has condemned “disgusting” thieves who stole two crosses destined for his baby son’s grave.
Community groups and projects are set to benefit from a £100,000 fund from the 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
‘Oh my god, there’s a train coming’: Local man honoured for rescuing injured man from rail line in Dundee
An IT worker from Arbroath who pulled an injured man from the path of an oncoming train at Broughty Ferry railway station has been honoured for his bravery.
An Angus church is serving up free lunches to schoolchildren to help parents and carers cope with the increased financial burden of school holidays.
A drug dealer’s forgotten stash was hidden in a dry stone dyke “for years” until it was accidentally found by enthusiasts playing a worldwide online game.
Vandals have targeted the same vehicle parked on a local road three times in the past six weeks.
A car has crashed into the central reservation on the A90.
A sex offender jailed after amassing an enormous stash of child abuse images "as a hobby" was handed back a USB stick containing some of the horrific images when he was released from prison, a court heard today.
Emergency services were called to a country road in the local area after a car overturned.
A driver had an unusual wingman on his journey home from work.
Hopes of a U-turn on off-street parking charges have been dashed as councillors agreed the rates that will come into force across Angus within weeks.