YORKSHIRE claimed a third successive Royal London One-day Cup win yesterday by beating Leicestershire at Headingley to take a stranglehold on a quarter-final place.
A MAN who scaled York Minster and secured himself to a roof has been brought to safety.
RYEDALE Festival’s concluding Gala Concert, in a congenial setting on a fine summer’s evening, featured Gateshead’s Royal Northern Sinfonia, energetically directed by leader Bradley Creswick.
YORK City FC have been granted an extended alcohol licence for a range of special farewell events when they leave Bootham Crescent next year.
ADAPTED by BBC-award nominated writer, Ed Greenwood, The Room: The Musical looks to recreate the baffling awfulness of actor and director Tommy Wiseau’s infamous movie of the same name.
ZANY, off-beat comedian Glenn Wool brought his new stand-up show – Creator, I Am But Pawn – to the Great Yorkshire Fringe in preview before heading north of the border to Edinburgh.
BEFORE the first Great Yorkshire Fringe opened, founder Martin Witts said one of its joys would be the chance to see the stars at closer quarters than usual.
FOR old-fashioned entertainment with enchanting tricks and witty patter, look no further than Morgan and West. The duo deliver a fantastic family-friendly show and they're guaranteed to bring a smile to audience members both young and... less young.
THE Kagools bound onto the stage for an hour of nervous energy, audience interaction and family friendly clowning which will leave children grinning.
GEORDIE comedian Tony Jameson’s latest stand-up offering, Is This What I’ve Become? hilariously tackles his questions and concepts about being a 30-something-year-old man trying desperately to fit into the world around him.
AN ELDERLY horse has been brutally attacked in a field in Ryedale.
A POPULAR pond in York has reopened to anglers following a two-month investigation into mysterious fish deaths.
EMERGENCY services were called to rescue a woman from the River Foss in York.
THE first Great Yorkshire Fringe has been hailed a storming success - with visitor numbers reaching 120,000.
Beer lovers in York and North Yorkshire are spoilt for choice over the next few weeks.
YORKSHIREMAN David Nicholas Wilkinson has spent 33 years trying to prove for once and for all that the inventor of the moving picture was a Frenchman in Leeds by the name of Louis Le Prince. What's more, was Le Prince subsequently murdered for his…
FRICKLEY Athletic striker Reece Thompson has signed a two-year deal with York City.
A COUNCILLOR has called for legal action to block residents' admission charges to York Art Gallery and avoid another costly "Lendal Bridge mistake."
THE Far East meets East Is East in York as the Japanese mime, puppetry, dance troupe Siro-A, techno stars of the Great Yorkshire Fringe, try out the pink sofa from the touring production of the British-Asian comedy drama.
A TRY three minutes from time saw Heworth ARLC snatch a 26-22 victory at Bradford Dudley Hill 'A' in an exciting Yorkshire Mens League division two encounter.
TWO people with severe disabilities took part in the York 10K to help others in a similar situation around the world.
THIEVES stole 41 lambs from fields in York this weekend.
"A FEW people look quite concerned", Paul Foot notes, looking into the audience at York.
A CYCLIST died after falling from a bridge in North Yorkshire this weekend.
SCHOOLS have been out for a couple of weeks, Yorkshire Day has been and gone, we’ve all had a good moan about the summer weather or lack of it, so it must mean we’re in the heart of the silly season.
TALKING of heroes, we report, today, the sad passing away of York Normandy veteran Gordon Collinson, whose story reads like something from a Boy's Own annual.
SATURDAY was Yorkshire day and with the county so firmly in our minds, it was rather fitting that Sunday was devoted to a Yorkshire heroine.
A banned driver has been jailed for a 50 mph police chase through Acomb in York that lasted for "20 minutes of madness".
YORK City’s new assistant manager, John Schofield, comments on the necessary requirements for success at League Two level left me somewhat baffled and despairing (The Press, July 28).
NORTH Yorkshire trainer David O'Meara, who posted the 500th win of his career at Glorious Goodwood last week and added a Group 1 success to his remarkable achievements with Amazing Maria in France yesterday, can add to his tally at Ripon today…
BOSS James Ford reckons his York City Knights team have more potential than he ever had – but has told them to learn from his own shortcomings as a player in order to fulfil it.
TOM JONES in York. Fantastic. Rushed to book tickets. In queue hours before show time to get good view.
WHAT does August 6 mean to each of us?
YORK City boss Russ Wilcox admitted he left Halifax with food for thought after his side lacked hunger during their final public friendly before the start of the new season.
A WIFE'S alcoholism drove her 76-year-old husband to point a shotgun at her and threaten to shoot them both, York Crown Court heard.
A NORMANDY veteran from York has died, less than three months after receiving France's highest decoration, the Legion d'Honneur.
URGENT work is required on a historic cobbled street in the shadow of York Minster.
TRAVIS Syd (Retired window cleaner) Sadly passed away on July 23rd, 2015, aged 82 years. A dear brother of Doris, Eddie, John and Stephen, brother-in-law of Peter, Christine and Linda, uncle to David, Christopher, Kirstie and Michael. Funeral Service…
ATLAY Victoria Passed away suddenly in Australia aged 20 years. Much loved daughter of Gail and Richard and a cherished sister and granddaughter. Fun, loving and caring and a fantastic friend to all that met her. Funeral service to take place at York…