IT may have been a season to forget for the City of York Ladies but there were sighs of relief this weekend when the club avoided an unwanted fourth relegation.
ACOMB Ladies celebrated winning the title with a 3-1 victory over Canalside Terriers.
CITY of York VII beat leaders Halifax III to snatch the title in the Yorkshire Men’s Hockey League division five north.
POLICE are trying to trace a man who approached a 14-year-old girl in York.
JACK Brooks will miss the start of the new county season after picking up a calf injury on Yorkshire's pre-season tour of Dubai.
I AM writing in response to the article relating to the incident at St Paul’s Out of School Club (The Press, March 23).
TWO men have been arrested after a police chase which ended in York.
BISHOPTHORPE United continued their York Minster Engineering League promotion campaign with a 2-0 win over Stamford Bridge, which moved them into second place in division two.
YORK Shakespeare Project's promenade production of William Shakespeare's final play, Henry VIII, offers the chance to walk in the footsteps of the Tudor king at King's Manor, York, from Thursday to Saturday.
YORK City skipper Simon Heslop is doubtful for tomorrow night’s trip to Macclesfield.
EVERYONE has their guilty pleasure. Rick Astley has always been my (not so) guilty one
CHEERS! Glasses are being raised at news the Government has closed a loophole to protect pubs being turned into shops without planning permission.
HOW we care for our growing elderly population is one of the biggest challenges we face. In the budget, the Government announced extra money for social care. However the focus now is on making sure this money gets to the frontline, where it is so…
GLASS is amazing, says Andy McConnell. In fact, it's the greatest substance ever created by man.
By Emma Clayton
SOMETIMES it is the people who need help the most who are the hardest to reach.
IT is one of the great triumphs of modern medicine that by and large we’re all living longer, healthier lives. But there are consequences.
1 Scott Loach’s debut could mean Kyle Letheren faces a fight to win back his place in goal
WE used to think that chocolate, quite apart from being sinfully moreish, was actually good for you.
YORK is one of Europe's most historic and picturesque cities. So it isn't surprising that, down the years, it has proved a popular subject for picture postcards. Tens of thousands have been published at one time or another celebrating the history and…
HERE'S a photograph to make you sit up and take notice.
TRAFFIC lights have gone out in Station Road in York this morning.
FURTHER to Pamela Brown’s letter (February 19), how clear and open the streets in York are without the street clutter now that the A-boards have been removed.
BICYCLE riders, please use your bells.
THE reason Nicola Sturgeon is so confident independence can be a success is simple.
AS Victor Meldrew used to say in the television series One Foot In The Grave: “I don’t believe it!”
LIKE many readers, I was alarmed to read Aled Jones’ letter (The Press, March 24) on proposed changes to extend the abortion limit potentially up to term.
I READ your article on John Snow (The Press, March 24) with great interest as I am descended from his younger brother, William.
I AM a man of peace, but that does not mean I would give in to terrorists.
WHEN North Yorkshire County Council granted planning permission for Third Energy to frack at Kirby Misperton, they overrode overwhelming public opposition and voted along party lines to allow this to go ahead.
LOCAL budgets for projects in the community are an important issue for Liberal Democrats in York.
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STAGE ONE can make a perfect start over fences with victory in the 32Red.com Limited Novices' Handicap Chase at Market Rasen.
A COMPANY has presented a defibrillator to a nursery in a village near York.
CREATIVE youngsters in York developed their artistic skills after working with a professional artist as a prize for winning a competition.
A PLANE veered off the runway of a North Yorkshire Airfield as it landed in strong winds.
YORKSHIRE'S batsmen showed encouraging signs against a Jimmy Anderson-led Lancashire attack in Dubai yesterday, with captain Gary Ballance, Jack Leaning and Will Rhodes all spending valuable time at the crease.
DEMOLITION experts have been flattening part of York’s former fire station in preparation for a major redevelopment of the riverside site.
ENVIRONMENTAL experts in York believe the UK seafood industry could benefit from Brexit.
A 93-YEAR-OLD author is having his two of his latest books published on the same day.
THE CHAIR of Governors for a North Yorkshire college has been presented with a royal honour.
A SCHOOL in York has created an unusual but good-natured leaving present for a much-loved head teacher.
A TRIAL scheme to help medical patients self-manage their care is set to double in size.
ATTRACTIONS in York were among the most visited in the UK, a new poll has shown.
A YORK attraction is about the celebrate its fifth birthday with a special day of cut-price entry for visitors.
YORK Hospital trust has launched a £200,000 fundraising campaign to support patients with dementia.
STAFF and residents at a York care home have been treated to a surprise visit from Peter Andre.