A MAN with a sexual fetish for children's shoes robbed two school girls in the street and collected four bin liners of stolen children’s clothing and footwear, a judge told York Crown Court.
THE last time Robert Newman performed in York, he was looking for three answers from a meandering trial show in the City Screen Basement in February 2013.
THE year is 2044. Planet Earth is a lifeless wasteland. The only chance of survival is to be accepted into Eden, a city enclosed in a protective dome where the inhabitants are free from the dangers of the "outside", but the promise of paradise is not…
STEVE Parkin could be in the market to take over Leeds United in the summer.
TWO teenagers have been warned to expect long custodial sentences after they were convicted of robbing two men in York in separate attacks on the same night.
"IT can be fantastic for the kids, a trip they'll never forget, and that's why I'm doing this."
A CHARITY has slammed the mindless act of an armed thug who left a cat blind in one eye.
STREET lights in York will be replaced with a new "white light" LEDs, the council has announced.
A MAN has been arrested after he was spotted on a stretch of rail track in York.
POLICE were called to a busy York road after a bus passenger had to be taken to hospital.
TREBOOM Brewery, at Shipton-by-Beningbrough just north of York, has teamed with a bread-maker in the village to create a new beer bread.
ELVIS is entering the building and he's Chinese in Charlotte Jones's poignant comedy about an eccentric family and a birthday party, running at Hull Truck Theatre from tonight to March 5.
JACKIE McNAMARA can see the "light at the end of the tunnel" on York City's striker shortage after both Jake Hyde and Reece Thompson returned to first team training.
Bill Marshall heads off down memory lane again to recall the Press' sporting headlines during this week 20, 50 and 80 years ago...
WEDNESDAY afternoon saw me walking to the Grand Opera House with an over-excited toddler shouting “Peppa Pig” all the way through town.
A POP-UP shop in New Earswick that hosts community events has now opened thanks to a revamp from regeneration specialist Keepmoat.
A LARGE audience gathered in the University of York’s music department for a concert on the 100th birthday anniversary of the arts philanthropist and benefactor Jack Lyons.
AN Italian restaurant has re-opened its doors under new management in a North Yorkshire market town.
TRADITIONAL skills are to be passed down from one generation to the next after a Pickering ironmonger finally found an apprentice.
HERE'S a bit of good news.
The floods that wrought havoc in York and other northern towns and cities were bad enough.
TWO motorcyclists died after an off-duty police officer tried to overtake while going at between 78mph and 94mph, an inquest has heard.
Campaigners are urging the Government to back down
THE North Yorkshire Police road safety vans will be at the following locations for the next seven days.
A WELL known daily newspaper, on its medical pages, tells us that men who want a healthy skin should not wash their faces too often and should grow a beard.
A PAIR of twins from the North Yorkshire will realise their dream when they open a children's nursery next month.
A SECTION of Leeman Road will be closed overnight from 8.30pm on Saturday.
I COULD be writing a fiction novel.
I READ with interest the problems of Railway Institute in Queen Street and this is difficult.
I SEE Cllr Andy D’Agorne persists in his belief that tram-trains are the answer to York’s traffic problems (Letters, February 5).
I THINK the government needs to look again at how it arrives at fair pension rates.
A WHILE ago readers were asking two questions on the ever so popular letters pages in The Press.
IN her letter about the EU referendum, Tracey Simpson-Laing (The Press, February 9) asks why her daughter’s future should be ruined by bitter old men in suits who don’t like foreigners.
AS usual and like her ilk, ex-councillor Tracey Simpson-Laing is using scare tactics to sway people to the stay vote in the referendum.
WHISPERING WARRIOR can make it fourth-time lucky this winter by landing the totepool Handicap as nap choice at Chelmsford this evening.
Do you remember the swinging sixties in York? Even if you don't, we think you'll love these fabulous photos....
WITH reference to the letter “Young people will be hit the hardest” (The Press, February 9).
YORK City academy manager Andy McMillan has admitted some of the club's fringe players are suffering from a lack of football.
IF the UK does leave the EU, what will happen to UK citizens who are permanently resident in the EU countries?
IS it the Viking Festival that causes some Press correspondents (Letters, February 8) to seek the put the Prime Minister in the role of a King Canute holding back the tide of globalisation?
VERY happy returns to Alice Howell - who is marking her 100th birthday today.
A LIFESAVING defibrillator is now in place at Wilberfoss playing fields following a donation from the Gannett Foundation.
PLANS have been submitted to create a new school for vulnerable children in the Selby district.
WE MAY be a bit biased at Yorkshire, but I think we could make a very good case for suggesting that we have signed the best batsman in the world in Kane Williamson as our overseas player for a portion of this season.
UNDERAGE drinkers kicked and stamped on a fellow teenager during a late night town centre attack.