FOUR fire crews have been tackling a blaze in a flat in York.
BORIS Johnson's referendum battle-bus encountered some unexpected opposition on Tuesday - in the form of a diligent Yorkshire traffic warden.
BOOTH Ronald (Ron) On May 21st, aged 87 years, peacefully in York Hospital. Loving husband to Audrey. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium, on Monday, June 6th, at 2.20p.m. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if so desired, to St…
BOWSLEY Graham May 24th, 2007. A much loved son, brother and good friend to many. I think of you often and will miss you always. Reunited with Mum and Dad. Love Sue.
HUNTER Glen Passed away unexpectedly surrounded by his family on May 16th, at Castle Hill Hospital aged 52 years. A loving father, son, brother and uncle. Funeral service to be held on Friday, June 3rd, at York Crematorium at 1.00pm. Family flowers…
GLEW Janet On May 18th after a brave battle with cancer, Janet aged 71 years, passed away in St Leonards Hospice with her loving husband George by her bedside. Janet was a loving mother to sons Philip and Paul, mother-in-law to Mandie and the late…
JAMESON William Robert (Bob) Peacefully in Moorlands Care Home, Strensall, aged 89 years, on Monday, May 16th. A much loved husband of the late Denise, loving dad of David and daughter-in-law Dawn, son Graham and his partner Trish. Funeral service to…
LANGAN Raymond Alfred (Ray) Suddenly but peacefully at home on Saturday, May 14th. Dearly loved husband of Pauline, proud and brilliant father of sons Paul, Mark, Andrew and Craig, grandfather to Samantha, Heather, Drew, Elise, Eleanor and Bethany, a…
WADKIN Maud (nee Pinkney) Passed away peacefully on May 18th, 2016, aged 87 years. Much loved mum to Anthony, Raymond and Pauline and dear sister to Edith. Funeral Service on Monday, June 6th, at York Crematorium at 9.40a.m. Family flowers only.…
HARRISON Jeni Happy 70th Birthday to our beautiful Mum. Forever in our hearts and thoughts. Becca, Sam, Dean, Katie and Lilia xxx
YORKSHIRE’S preparations for the forthcoming NatWest T20 Blast suffered a setback with a heavy warm-up defeat against a Yorkshire Premier League North Select XI at York’s Clifton Park last night.
BOXER Ricky Hatton will host an event in North Yorkshire in November.
YORK City have signed former Manchester United junior Ben Barber from Premier League club Stoke City.
GLASS is the theme for a new exhibition at Pyramid Gallery on Stonegate, York.
HEROICS by York RI duo Tasmin Putt and Freya Wilde were not enough to send Yorkshire women into the final of the women's rugby union County Championship as they lost 12-10 to Lancashire.
"PLAY the course and beat the grass" - a mantra that helped Jane Shiels gallop to Fulford Rose Bowl glory.
TEACHERS spend a great deal of time putting their pupils first. But who looks after them?
THE six year prison sentence handed down to restaurant owner Mohammed Zaman following the death of customer Paul Wilson should serve as a stark warning to all involved in the food industry about the seriousness of nut allergies.
Hooray! The Press has won Regional Newspaper of the Year in a national contest (May 21). I have always rated it an excellent newspaper since moving to the area and am really pleased it has received the accolade it richly deserves. Keep up the good…
ONCE again the question of the obstruction of walkways in and around York by the dreaded A-boards is highlighted in The Press (May 16, Letters, May 23) and yet there is no mention of the obstructions in most street and walkways caused by overhanging…
OUR street like many others around the city, is in urgent need of repair however, I now fully understand why we are not a priority, when the council need this valuable commodity, Tarmac, to patch up one of our main tourist attractions, Stonegate. I…
OUR esteemed Supreme Court judges have ruled that in England we cannot be told who the celebrity is that was cheated on in a threesome allegedly involving his husband. Being a child of my favourite Bill Haley’s era, yes even I can remember when…
I WAS appalled to read Mr Ogilvy’s letter (May 18), and want to point out that being gay could get you arrested or even executed in at least 78 countries. In the UK, thanks largely to the Human Rights Act 1998, the repeal of Section 28 (2003) and…
I was for a long time, in favour of ‘fracking’, not least, to prevent the prospect of being held to ransom by Putin (and China). House prices crashing and the catastrophic effects on the environment I perceived as simply scaremongering. Until,…
A SERIOUS crash between two cars has closed a road in Tadcaster.
A PIONEERING medical science firm which recently moved from York has hailed a year of "significant progress" as it announced its latest results.
JONNY PRESLEY wants to sing along to Simply The Best after Saturday's iPro Sport Cup final - to bring back happy memories of his first-ever knockout triumph two decades ago.
NORTH Yorkshire artists Richard Barnes and Rob Shaw, with their two Labradors in tow, decided to start 2016 with a winter month of painting in Staithes.
A CHARITY which helped families in York affected by flooding has won a national award.
A SUPPLIER of high-quality British produce has appointed York accountancy firm Garbutt + Elliott to manage its finances and tax affairs.
RECORDED under the midnight sun, this anti-folk record is unlike pretty much anything you’ll hear all year.
The school will continue only as a nursery
YORK gallery According To McGee is collaborating with Staithes Gallery on the Yorkshire coast for an exhibition by "two of the most exciting, collectible painters of the North", Richard Barnes, from York, and Rob Shaw, from Staithes.
ICKYMASHO looks set to give a bold account in the Family Fun Day Monday 8th August Fillies' Handicap at Wolverhampton.
BEN Coad will look to keep knocking in the birdies and eagles if he is given the nod to start Yorkshire's NatWest T20 Blast campaign later this week.
HELEN Butters has a great expression to describe the return to normal life after completing the astonishing challenge of rowing across the Atlantic.
YORK's city council and parish councils have signed a new agreement over how they will work together.
SCOTT Lincoln secured shot put victory at the Loughborough International just 24 hours after competing against some of the world's finest field stars at the prestigious Halle Throws event.
BOARD four produced the best darts of the night as the semi-finalists of the John Smith's Ladies Darts League Elsie Bell Drawn Pairs competition were decided.
Spectacular photos of Earth and space
NETWORK Rail has installed safety cameras at a level crossing near York to deter drivers from crossing the tracks when trains are approaching.
A THUG who fled to Costa Rica to evade justice for biting two men and nearly blinding a third is today starting a 40-month sentence in a British jail.
YORK are the new leaders of IT Sports Mixed Tennis League division one after a comfortable win over Fulford.
POPPLETON continued to struggle in Fulford Ladies Invitation Tennis League division one, going down 31-77 to York’s second team, who benefited from consistent scores from all three couples.
THE two biggest clubs in the Tyke Petroleum Men's Tennis League faced off at Clifton Park, with the honours going to York as they beat David Lloyd in divisions one and three.
IN the ever-changing world of teaching, Huntington School deputy head Alex Quigley has published a book all about providing the confidence needed to make it in the profession.