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13 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
Chloe McColl and Taylor Simpson had last been seen together in the area of Palmer Street, Arbroath, walking towards the area of Springfield Park in the Angus town at around 2pm on Friday.
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There was a good response for a special zumbathon which raised nearly 1,000 at the weekend in the fight against cancer.
According to the local area commander for Angus, Police Scotland is committed to dealing with Arbroath's drug issues at the grass roots.
Angus Council has given the green light to a proposal to further develop the Westway Retail Park with a mobile takeaway unit.
All funds raised on the night will go towards the purchase of curling equipment to support the development of the centre's curling and coaching development programme.
By some way Rangers' Player of the Year, Wallace has been one of the top performers in Scotland this season as he has turned in a series of superb displays.
Gary Paterson from Arbroath was elected to the position on Thursday evening at a special ceremony and will take office in the summer to represent Strathclyde's 22,000 students over the next academic year.
The choir will be joined by very special guest, Lesley Garrett, Britain's favourite soprano, at the Webster Memorial Theatre on Thursday and Friday next week.
Starter Packs Angus launched a new initiative on monday to sign up 'Friends of Starter Packs' to raise money for the charity.
Sometimes it takes an army to win the battle and those with the group Save Lake Peigneur are happy retired army lieutenant general Russell Honor is on their side.
The move will give Jindal continued opportunities to travel the country, build name recognition, bolster his donor network and draw support in other states, as he eyes a possible 2016 presidential campaign.
Chrysler is recalling more than 49,000 Dodge Charger muscle cars because a connector can overheat and knock out low-beam headlights.
SCOTTISH architects have described plans to demolish a historic city hall as "civic vandalism" and claimed the move would be regretted for decades to come.
What do you do when you can't wait inside the car for even one more minute!? You lay on the horn for 15 minutes -- like this dog! Reports say some guys in Dundee, Scotland, heard the 18-month-old pup named Fern's honking and thought she was an 'impatient driver'!
Kirriemuir born and bred Deborah Miller, partner at law firm Simpson Marwick and Tim Allan, chief executive of Unicorn Property Group, recently attended their first board meeting and are both looking forward to making a strong contribution to the development and growth of the chamber.
A new guide listing all of this year's events for Tartan Day Scotland has been launched by Angus Council.