JUDD TRUMP got off his sick bed to set up a Betway UK Championship clash with Stuart Carrington.
JOE PERRY will be watched by a VIP for the first time when he plays his second round Betway UK Championship clash on Saturday night - his nine-year-old daughter.
TIME is running out for a "perfect dog" who needs to find a stable home.
THE families of two teenagers whose lives were saved by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance are backing a fundraiser to support the charity.
A main burst and proved hard to find, leading to lengthy problems.
City leaders say today's news could lead to thousands of jobs and benefit the whole region.
THOUSANDS of homes in York and surrounding villages have been hit by two power cuts.
STUDENTS at a York school will take to the stage tonight in a performance of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.
A MAN has been airlifted to hospital after getting both his legs trapped in farm machinery.
A DECISION on whether to allow fracking at Kirby Misperton has been delayed by North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC).
MARK WILLIAMS reckoned he was lucky to get over the line after holding off a surging comeback from Hamza Akbar in a 6-4 victory on the second day of the Betway UK Championship.
ONCE there was only one American blonde called Monroe. Not any more.
CHRISTMAS lights and decorations have gone up all over York.
HARROGATE Theatre's home-grown pantomime for the 2015-2016 season, Aladdin, opens on Tuesday.
A SENIOR health boss said he still cannot understand why York Hospital did not get a better inspection report.
STEVIE ZeSuicide, York's big-in-Japan punk star, has been assigned to write his memoirs in a book to be completed by next March.
Live coverage of the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and Spending Review
THIS year's extended St Nicholas Fair is great. And it is good to see Santa in King's Square.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne was expected to announce further deep cuts in public spending in his Autumn Statement today.
THE sleeve-note booklet, with its cover picture of lemons, simply spells out Maximum Electronic Rock N Roll. Not much information can be squeezed out of that, but then the normally loquacious Luke Haines is a man of few words on British Nuclear…
THIEVES stole jewellery from a recently widowed woman in Monk Fryston.
The man was killed near New Earswick on Monday afternoon.
SANTA'S grotto and its piped music in one of York's squares has struck the wrong note with some buskers.
SIGHTINGS of the following vehicles should be reported to North Yorkshire Police:
A public appeal raised £150,000 for York Against Cancer to buy and run a new minibus taking patients to Leeds for radiotherapy. FRANCINE CLEE hitched a ride to experience a day in the life of the service.
PROVING that she’s a game old bird with a sense of humour, Adele Adkins accepted Graham Norton’s challenge to enter an Adele looky-likey competition against some of the many tribute acts doing the rounds.
THE tale of the Nativity is one of the most recognisable and iconic of all stories. Whether you are buying your Christmas cards or attending your children’s nativity play, you are never far away from the image of the manger scene.
IN a recent letter Tracey Simpson-Laing stated that we didn’t have a census until 1851.
IT’S tin hat time for my local councillor Mark Warters (Letters, November 20), whom I fully support, as the usual suspects rain their raison d’êtres down on anyone who goes against the green zealots’ propaganda.
COULD I, through your paper, try to make students see sense?
REFERENCE to a call for capital punishment to be reinstated, the first abolition of capital punishment was by William the Conqueror in 1066.
ORREL, Fitzpatrick, Potter – all members of the police authority and police and crime panel.
MIKE Scott will "always remember tonight as the Battle of the Barbican".
NOTHING better than setting a trap and watching people step in with both feet.
CONSUMERISM one, children and young at heart nil.
THERE is an aparthotel going up on the Barbican site which is a big construction, and now they want to build one on the other side of the river, next to the caravan site.
A CARE business described by judges as a shining example in a heavily criticised industry was named this year's Small Business of the Year.
TRAVEL troubles potentially caused by a 6.4 per cent increase in student and staff numbers at the University of York have been overcome as the number of cycle trips to the campus increases by almost 10 per cent.
A FORMER teacher turned fitness instructor clinched the New Business of the Year title after setting up York's only city centre personal training studio.
DESCRIBED as the driving force behind a new private catering business, Ashley Hyde was crowned 2015's Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
THE outgoing chairwoman of York Professionals has been named Business Personality of the Year as she steps down from the role after four years.
ONE of York's largest attractions is on track to grow its corporate event hosting as the National Railway Museum wins the Tourism and Hospitality Business of the Year title.
YORK insurance broker DE Ford was named the first winner of the Best People Development award.
A BUSINESS which is targetting £10 million turnover after turning a North Yorkshire hardware store into a thriving online business won this year's Retailer of the Year award.
THIS year's Family Business of the Year title was awarded to a York butchers launched more than 30 years ago by “the Pie Man of York” which is now being operated by the second generation of its founder’s family, with the third generation…
A BUSINESS which has developed a new online training tool was rewarded for its confidence in working with universities by winning the Best Business & Higher Education Link award.
A YORK-based speaker specialist which devised new technology to transmit sound through the bones took this year's Technology Business prize.
BEFORE picking up the crown of Press Business of the Year 2015 MooD International took to the stage to claim the Dare to Export title.
ONE of York's biggest employers, which has grown over 50 years to boast operations in seven countries across Europe, was named Large Business of the Year.