A PILOT was injured when a glider crashed in East Yorkshire today.
YORK City Football Club’s manager Jackie McNamara has been convicted of fare dodging and ordered to pay nearly £500 in a fine and other court costs.
A 20-year-old motorist from Selby has been banned for a year after driving at up to 120mph on the bypass.
THE former chairman of the governing body of a top private school will stand trial on charges of 15 historic sex offences.
MEMBERS of a gang that stabbed a man in his home have been jailed for more than 60 years.
YORK City boss Jackie McNamara has elaborated on the reasons he said he would consider his position at the club last weekend.
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YORK City boss Jackie McNamara is considering attacking reinforcements after on-loan striker Jake Wright was recalled by Sheffield United.
A MAN has been arrested following a North Yorkshire crash which killed a woman in her eighties.
THE Archbishop of York has called on other European countries to do more to tackle the crisis which has resulted in the Calais refugee camp known as the ‘Jungle’.
AN 18-year-old man suffered facial injuries in an unprovoked attack.
DETECTIVES want the public’s help to track down these fugitives.
Time to resign
DISENCHANTED! - a show to enjoy in a way you have never been entertained before. These princesses throw a completely different slant on every pantomime, Disney film or fairy story you’ve ever seen.
A grand gesture OLD Bert scratted a living on a small holding rearing calves, pigs and free range egg-laying hens. Bert was a miser and kept his wife of many years short of money. Old Bert became ill and he knew the end was nigh.
I AM not sure I made the most of my opportunities at Archbishop Holgate’s but we had great teachers and a veneration for tradition and manners that is sadly lacking in society today.
THERE are going to be peace talks at the Friargate Centre, York, on October 6 and 13 and November 3 and 17, at 7.30pm.
SO SAM Allardyce got the job he always wanted with a salary of £3 million per year but within 67 days decided the pay was not enough.
LOVE Comedy Live promises a monthly night of talented comedians in the comfortable, intimate setting of Haxby Sports Bar in a new series of shows that began on Thursday.
AL Stewart may be best known for Year Of The Cat, but that was only one year in the Glaswegian singer-songwriter's career.
NORTH Eastern comedian Chris Ramsey will warm up for next year's Is That Chris Ramsey? tour with a brace of 8pm shows at Pocklington Arts Centre on January 19 and 20.
A TEENAGER has been cautioned after a video showing a schoolgirl being assaulted was shared online.
THE company which owns the Royal York Hotel is to appear in the 12th annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table, which ranks Britain’s private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales.
ALAN Ayckbourn once described his lunchtime plays as theatre for people who don’t think they like theatre.
HUNTSMAN Charles Clark, from Selby, will ride against former Grand National winner Ryan Mania at Aintree next month in a charity race for the Countryside Alliance Foundation.
BARNSLEY folk nightingale Kate Rusby will release her 14th studio album, Life In A Paper Boat, on the Pure Records label next Friday.
FINES for parents who take their children out of school during term time in York have increased by more than 400 per cent in a year.
THREE thousands jobs could be created at the site of a former colliery.
ONE of York’s most famous statues – of Roman emperor Constantine – has been vandalised by a man who stole his sword.
SO, Ross, is there a theme to your show? I ask, because apparently this is the question he is most asked by we journalists. That and the one where we want to know if he is depressed away from the stage, in keeping with the long toll of sad clowns.
ENTRIES have opened for next year's Yorkshire Marathon.
ONE of the UK’s leading specialists in used luxury, performance and 4x4 cars is continuing its ambitious growth plans by securing a £2.2 million funding package from Yorkshire Bank.
FIREFIGHTERS dealt with a fire at a commercial property in York yesterday evening.
A COMMUNITY radio station is expected to close today due to a lack of volunteers to keep it going.
A MAN was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after he was crushed by a car in East Yorkshire.
PLATITUDE made quite a splash when claiming a first Listed win and he can defy a penalty by following up as today's nap selection in the Londonmetric Noel Murless Stakes at Ascot.
PICKERING Town boss Paul Marshall is targeting another FA Vase run after being drawn at Bridlington in the first round proper.
CHAMPIONS Coneysthorpe 'A' started the defence of their Time Communications York & District Table Tennis League title in ominous form.
YORK City’s new striker Fraser Murdoch reckons he has the perfect National League mentor at Bootham Crescent in Richard Brodie.
A MOTORIST was arrested in North Yorkshire after driving a van while allegedly being almost four times over the drink-drive limit.
MALTON & Norton RUFC are targeting derby delight tomorrow after finally getting off the mark in North One East.
80 YEARS AGO: NOT every change of strip works – just ask Manchester United, who ditched their grey kit after no wins in five matches (four losses) in the 1995-96 season, with manager Sir Alex Ferguson claiming that his players couldn't pick out…
ANTHONY Straker is unlikely to start for Aldershot at his old club York City tomorrow.
MALT SHOVEL made a clear statement of their title challenge in the Fastpack York Sunday Morning League with a 9-3 win over the Senior Challenge Trophy holders York Nomads.