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The Friends of the Falconer Museum have repeatedly challenged the decision to close the 150-year-old institution permanently.
The volunteers are celebrating a Gold Medal in the Medium Town category as well as a Community Horticulture Award.
Rotary Club of Forres has announced that November's bonfire and fireworks display at Grant Park has had to be postponed.
Moray Art Centre ran a competition for amateur artists to paint the the decommissioned West Beach Bridge at Lossie.
Moray Council has re-lined Tolbooth Street after months of parking free-for-alls.
COMMENTS on proposals should be received by Friday, September 3.
A survey is being conducted to find out what young people want after a youth club was closed due to lack of use.
AS of Thursday, bookings will no longer be required for Forres Swimming Pool.
BUSINESSES could get £1500 start up grants.
THE campaign will initially run for a year.
Building consent, planning permission and a warrant to install safety barriers on a walkway have been secured.
Forres In Bloom is asking for the community to help the town stay in tip-top shape for competition judging.
A Walk Councillors Walk resident is calling for local surface water and sewage issues to be sorted out once and for all.
The latest Community Safety Partnership Report highlights the Re:Connect programme and covers local crime.
Forres In Bloom Group appeals for new volunteers.
New drainage solution is announced for Forres graveyard prone to flooding.
Council aims to create 15 placements in various departments through scheme.