Wasteground off North Road is to be turned into a car park for Varis Court staff.
Friends of Blairs Loch are creating a beauty spot worthy of visits from both people and wildlife.
Lorna Creswell BEM is a worthy recipient of the Queen's recognition for all she has done for the area.
Wellside Court care services provider Ark was awarded its highest ever average grades from the Care Inspectorate.
A local beauty therapist wants to know why her industry is banned from providing facials which are allowed in England.
Don Smith and his wife Helen enjoyed a stay at Balnagown Highland Estate and a performance from Forres Pipe Band.
Brodie Castle's first gardener Jonathan Barton is scattering his creations around the grounds.
Extinction Rebellion Forres returned to the footbridge over the A96 bypass to raise awareness of the world's climate emergency.
The Friends of the Falconer Museum want an update from Moray Council on plans for the historic building.
Forres Academy student Gillies Grant completed 302 miles over 30 days, earning the charity £420 so far.
Forres Mechanics have extended their youth development age range following trials for under-11s at Roysvale.
A cygnet with fishing line caught in its bill at Sanquhar was rescued by the SSPCA.
The gardening team is removing non-native species planted for commercial harvesting.
FCC want to improve traffic flow around the takeaways, introduce a 20mph speed limit and improved CCTV, and reduce all day parking.
Spencer Julian claims that a friend took a picture of 10 wildfowlers gathered by vehicles at Findhorn Bay.
Kura at Strathcona House on Forres Enterprise Park has confirmed there have been no confirmed cases of Covid-19 amongst its staff.
Forres Community Council is proposing new roadside signage highlighting refreshments and toilet facilities to drivers on the A96 bypass.
Moray Council has confirmed signalled pedestrian and cyclist crossing facilities are to be installed near the bridge at Thornhill Road.
Marie Jacques handed over £1700 to the Moray Emergency Relief Fund and £160 to a local author writing a guide to the Moray Way.
Former Scottish Chef of the Year Lorna McNee has joined three AA Rosette restaurant Cail Bruich on Great Western Road.