Police officers and dog handlers swooped on a quiet residential street amid fears a woman had been seen brandishing a knife close to a primary school.
“David was a very special boy and everyone who met him immediately fell in love with him.”
A children’s rights campaigner from Monifieth is one of 10 Scottish women to be inducted into the Saltire Society’s “Outstanding Women of Scotland” hall of fame.
A Monifieth property has gone on the market, sparking speculation over its future.
Angus Council is calling on parents, carers, staff and children in Monifieth to give their views on cluster schools.
The manager of an out of school club in Angus who taunted a boy by saying “no one likes you”, and verbally abused a parent in front of other children, has been struck off.
A driver had an unusual wingman on his journey home from work.
A Spanish visitor who came to Angus to cheer on a friend in The Open at Carnoustie spent the entire tournament in police cells and has been hit with a £17,000 bill.
A project to help pupils boost their skills and find permanent work has been hailed after the first group of students graduated.
A former Dundee woman has spoken of her shock after a workman discovered a grenade in her loft.
A bomb disposal team has been called to a residential street in the area after an explosive device was discovered in a local home.
Police have closed off roads in the local area and homes have been evacuated.
Angus Council has performed a U-turn on a move to cut pavement gritting in the region’s rural villages.
A charity that seeks to combat loneliness is appealing for residents in the Carnoustie area to put the kettle on and provide some tea and company for older people who may be socially isolated.
Plans for two new all-weather sports pitches in Monifieth have been approved by the local authority.
The future of a popular museum is in doubt unless organisers can find new premises.
Ambitious plans which will see substantial investment to rejuvenate an empty retail outlet have been given the green light by planning chiefs.
Plans have been submitted for a new 24-hour Costa at an Angus retail park.
Glen Robson, 28, of West Grange Walk, Monifieth, admitted that on July 14, at Strathbeg Place in Broughty Ferry, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner.
A local care home has been given a positive report by the Care Inspectorate.