FORMER director Gary Dickenson has had detailed talks with chairman John Guildford with a view to taking over crisis club York City Knights with immediate effect.
A CAT was injured when it was shot with an airgun in York.
SETH Lakeman links up with emerging harmony vocal trio Wildwood Kin for his eighth album, Ballads Of The Broken, an epic, soulful set of stripped-back songs, booked for September 16 release on Cooking Vinyl.
EMERGENCY services and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called to the scene of a serious crash on the A64.
FIRE crews were called to assist at the scene of a crash in North Yorkshire on Monday.
It's as well equipped as the Theatre Royal and like the Old Vic in miniature. MATT CLARK meets the volunteers who keep York's only Art Deco theatre running.
A UNIQUE play area, built out of natural materials on a heathland setting, has opened at a national park centre, ahead of it hosting a range of summer holiday activities and a free festival.
THE 25th anniversary production of Kander and Ebb’s The World Goes Round opens at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough on Thursday.
A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a woman in North Yorkshire.
Our tame part time hiker, BOB ADAMS, has been on his travels again. This time to complete the second leg of his Ure Walk, from Boroughbridge to Ripon Pictures by Bob Adams IT wasn't until early July that I was finally able to complete day two of my…
YORK City have completed the signing of former Watford goalkeeper Luke Simpson on a two-year deal.
YORK’S finest, Shed Seven, wowed the Yorkshire crowd over the weekend with a little “riotous” help from another local favourite.
IT MIGHT have been just another stop on an endless tour, but for those lucky enough to see Amber Rubarth, we felt like chosen ones.
GUY Whatmore's fine 87 helped Thorp Arch & Boston Spa earn a winning draw at top of the table Pannal in the Hunters York & District Senior League Galtres division two.
DRINGHOUSES remain top of Hunters York & District Senior League Ebor division two following a 94-run win at Malton & Old Malton II.
KENYON Bernard Frederick (Formerly of Dringhouses and York Carriageworks). Passed away peacefully on July 19th at Fulford Nursing Home aged 92 years. Beloved husband of the late Mollie, dear father of Michael, loved brother of Marjorie and the late…
ADAIR Stephen Your photo stands in pride of place, A happy smile upon your face, You always seem to be so near, How we wish you were still here. Love always from Mum, Dad and Michael xx
TOMASINI- SNOWDON Franca Othelia One year ago today we remember a very special lady who filled our lives with joy and happiness and so much love. We will always love and miss you with each passing day. The longing to see you will never go away. Mandi…
BARKER Joan Evelyn Passed away peacefully in York Hospital on July 11th, aged 91. Beloved wife of the late James, loving mother to Michael and Judith, mother-in-law to Elaine and Melvyn, treasured nana to Tracey and Emma and their partners David and…
THE family of a York bar tender who drowned in the River Ouse five years ago is distraught after a plaque in his memory disappeared.
HEWORTH returned to winning ways with a comfortable 36-16 victory over Skirlaugh Bulls A in Yorkshire Mens League division one.
With both clubs battling for survival in the National Conference, this game was always going to be a thriller. York Acorn's 40-24 victory lifts them within four points of safety and keeps the pressure on opponents Lock Lane who are still the club to…
A SECTION of the A64 has been closed after a serious crash today.
VANDALS have torn the Union Flag from a memorial to some of Britain's Second World War heroes.
IN response to York Theatre Royal's homecoming after a year on the other side of the tracks at the National Railway Museum, the week-long TakeOver Festival took the theme of home.
FOSSY’S Flossys has been a fixture in Huntington Road since the Boxing Day floods.
YOU might be feeling envious of schoolteachers just now. Most schools in York have either already broken up for the summer, or are about to.
THE Platform timetable at Pocklington Arts Centre's annual festival of music, comedy and beers at The Old Station began and ended with American country singer-songwriters, Lucinda Williams and Gretchen Peters. Chalk and cheese characters maybe, but…
AS WE reported in The Press last week, a collection of about 1,000 York historical postcards will be going on sale to the highest bidder in an auction in Malton on Wednesday.
RYEDALE Festival’s unique triple concert – with the audience in three groups revolving around Castle Howard – involved harpist Catrin Finch in a world premiere by James MacMillan (resident composer at Ryedale this summer), the Phoenix Trio in…
SUNDAY'S concert, set in the delightful venue of All Saints’ Church in Helmsley, opened with Debussy’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, the composer’s last completed work before his death in 1918.
AMERICAN singer, songwriter and musician Mary Chapin Carpenter brought her award-winning talents to York, playing classic country hits alongside new material from her latest album, The Things That We Are Made Of.
THE last time Kaiser Chiefs were in town it was 2013 and they were playing the annual York Racecourse Music Showcase Weekend, an ever popular meeting in the racing calendar.
MINUTES after the Irish-bred Tahoo raced to victory in the 5.20pm, the Irish sibling quartet took to the stage.
A BUZZARD has been put down after being caught in a pole trap on the North York Moors.
HUNDREDS of York teachers have taken time off as they are too stressed to work, figures have shown.
A PHOTOGRAPHER from York has told of his amazement, after his stunning images captured on a whale-watching trip became a global hit.
I AM hoping that we are coming to the end of these rather childish letters from the leave group saying to the rest of us: “Ha, ha. We won, so the rest of you can just put up with it.”
EVERYTHING David Craven says is correct (Letters, July 16).
I WELL remember Boris Johnson’s predecessor as Foreign Secretary, George Brown, who arguably was instrumental in getting us into the Common Market in the first place.
AFTER five years of coalition government, 2010 to 2015, and a further year of Tory government, 2015 to present, what a sad state of affairs this country and York are in.
IT beggars belief.
THE problem of street beggars in York is nothing new and was addressed by The Press some years ago.
A FORMER University of York student has been named as Rising Star of the Year, in the Freight Transport Association (FTA) everywoman in Transport and Logistics Awards.
IT betrays the true colours of Lib Dem Cllr Ashley Mason when he highlights the problem of rough sleepers in York without providing any solution apart from that implied, which is to move them on because they make the public realm look “scruffy”.
AN EVENT to promote peace and celebrate diversity and multiculturalism was held in York on Saturday.
A FAST-GROWING motor retailer is aiming to drive down harmful emissions in York city centre by supplying local business, with new ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV).
THERE has only been one point this season when I have doubted whether we would qualify for the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals, which we are now close to doing with one group game left.
A MAN has been arrested for allegedly being involved in the supply of a drug.