THERE will be an all-York City final in the North Riding County FA Ladies' Cup after the club's second string beat York Railway Institute 4-2 in their semi-final.
THE family of a pensioner who was killed by a hit-and-run driver will make a fresh appeal for information next week.
BUSINESSES and shopworkers in York have been warned about new fake notes being presented.
DRIVERS should expect heavy traffic on a route out of York, after a lorry shed its load of bricks.
TWO members of a gang who supplied heroin and crack cocaine in North Yorkshire are still on the run.
Stuart Jarman, general manager – The York Dungeon
TEMPORARY traffic lights will be used while a new road is built in York.
CITY of York Ladies have finally kept a clean sheet in this season's North Hockey Women's League Premier Division.
A NORTH Yorkshire hotel which boasts the title of one of England’s oldest coaching inns is to undergo a £1 million refurbishment programme.
THE race for the York Conservative Clubs Carlsberg UK Snooker League took a few twists as the top two both lost.
HEWORTH'S Carl De Pasquale won the Hylton Fosters Billiards Individual Knockout Cup for the first time after edging Acomb's Roland Cox 165-163 in a tense final.
HEALTH and social care budgets at York council are expected to be almost £250,000 in the red this year. The figure shows both how much strain vital services in York are under - and how unrealistic budgets imposed by Whitehall are.
NOBODY likes being flashed by a speed camera.
Our nostalgia tour of York takes us to Castlegate.
Training staff is a statutory requirement and an essential part of managing risk within any organisation. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 emphasises the importance of health and safety training, stating that employers must provide…
OVER the past 40 years or so, archaeologists have discovered some wonderful things buried beneath the streets of York. A whole Viking city, of course, complete with houses, tools, coins and even clothes; Roman sewers; medieval graveyards; the…
JOHN Osborne presents 3 Stories From Radio 4 at The Studio, York Theatre Royal tonight at 7.45pm.
A BUSY year for corporate deals has been reported in the region as York accountancy firm Garbutt + Elliott reveals it advised on deals totalling £130 million.
A DRIVER has suffered suspected pelvic injuries after a crash between three vehicles.
RE John Bercow’s outburst on Donald Trump.
PLANS have been submitted to create a street food and social enterprise hub on a derelict site in York city centre.
YORKSHIRE fast bowler Ryan Sidebottom has announced he will retire from playing professional cricket at the end of the 2017 county season.
FLAMINGO Land has seen pre-tax profits drop after ramping up expenditure by more than 50 per cent as part of a drive to reposition the park in the holiday market.
WHILE not knowing the minutiae of rugby union’s laws of the game (Letters, February 11), the thing that spoils my viewing is that referees at international level not only know all these laws, they are determined to show everyone watching that they…
ON March 6, a City of York Council sub-committee will meet to re-examine the decision to sell part of Clifford’s Tower mound that English Heritage need to build their controversial shop, cafe and visitor centre.
I WRITE in response to your story “Too few staff to keep city hospital clean” (The Press, February 20).
IT was quite ironic to hear MP Rachael Maskell speak of “development stagnation” and “hurting the local economy”, but I can’t decide if this is a lack of research of her local colleagues in York Labour Party who ran the council until 2015.
I BELIEVE that the one major European statesman who would have appreciated Brexit was President de Gaulle of France.
IT was announced recently that UK patients will face delays obtaining new drugs, including cancer drugs, when the UK withdraws from the EU’s medicines regulator, the European Medicines Agency.
HAVING recently walked to West Offices to pick up some Res Park permits, I need to report two emerging potholes appearing in the anti-skid surfacing just inside the car park entrance.
THE A1 southbound has been closed this morning after a crash involving two heavy goods vehicles.
IT'S a tough job, but someone has to do it.
From our archives:
IT isn’t necessary to have the foresight of da Vinci or Verne to know the likely outcome of the trend towards a global economy and centralised world government.
SANDRO BOTTICELLI may not be the most original choice in the 32Red Conditions Stakes at Kempton, but sometimes it does not pay to look beyond the obvious.
THE two highest ranking board members of one of Yorkshire’s largest law firms who between them lead the acquisition of a York-based practice are stepping down from the company.
PLANS to reform domestic abuse laws have been welcomed by two York-based organisations.
PLACES are available for the next Selby Enterprise Cafe.
THIS year’s Pancake Day will be celebrated with a special event at Selby Abbey.
TIM Bresnan expects to take a more prominent role as Yorkshire's new vice-captain in limited-overs cricket, rather than the County Championship this year.
MALTON'S old town hall - which has stood empty for nearly five years - could be transformed into an upmarket bar and restaurant.
A FORMER soldier with a spinal injury has been thanked by Help for Heroes after cycling thousands of miles and raising a whopping £20,000 for the charity.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a rubbish fire in a village near Selby, which is believed to have been started deliberately.
A COUPLE who first met when they were children at the same school are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary.
YORK MP Rachael Maskell visited Garrow House, a women’s service run by Turning Point, The Retreat and Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
TADCASTER Theatre Company has raised more than £1,000 for the town’s Flood Action Group through its pantomime,Sleeping Beauty and the Broken Bridge.
SELBY Abbey is to host a concert by a Russian choir next month.