Angus and Fife town centres are among those worst hit by the “blight” of shops lying empty and unused, according to a report.
A thug who glassed a man in a nightclub has been jailed for 18 months.
Police looking for trio of men seen "acting suspiciously" after a vehicle was stolen from an Angus farm.
Children living in Angus returned to the classroom for their first day back after the summer break.
Angus Council has said it has “no plans” to move “Keptie Kev” – the mysterious statue that appeared in Arbroath.
Police Scotland are advising road users that West High Street Forfar will be closed overnight due to flooding. A spokesman said drivers are advised to avoid the area. There is no indication what time the street will reopen. See more at the Police Scotland Tayside Division Facebook page.
Severe weather warnings have been issued for Dundee, Tayside and Fife, with half a month of rain expected to hit the region today.
The sentencing of a man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer has been delayed for a background report.
A man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer will be sentenced on Thursday.
A free school uniform pop-up shop that helps Angus parents struggling to clothe their children has been extended to meet a growing demand.
An Angus businessman claims to have opened the first fully vegan shop in Scotland.
Police are appealing for information about a high-value theft of 1,000 litres of chemicals from a farm at Colliston near Arbroath.
Scott McKenna has handed in a transfer request to club Aberdeen, the Tele understands.
Carnoustie Scouts had a blast in the States at a bi-annual jamborette.
Plans have come forward for a residential care centre for vulnerable youngsters to replace an existing service branded no longer fit for purpose.
The unpredictable weather in Tayside and Fife is set to continue this week after a thunderstorm was forecast.
A nursery has been ranked as one of the best facilities of its kind in the country by parents.
IN PICTURES: Arbroath-based Royal Marines run from RM Condor to Lunan Bay to mark change of command at base
The Arbroath-based Royal Marines ran 10 miles to Lunan Bay sand dunes on Wednesday morning to mark the changing of the guard. Lieutenant Colonel Duncan Forbes has assumed command of the 45 Commando Group at RM Condor, taking over from Lt Col Innes Catton.
A full-scale emergency operation was launched late last night after a dog got into difficulties in marshland near to Lundie, around 10 miles from Dundee.
The Met Office has warned of flooding and more thunderstorms in Dundee, Tayside and Fife.