A MAN arrested after a crash in a supermarket car park has been released by police.
MISSING York man Richard Cooke is believed to have gone to London - but may also be attempting to travel to Australia.
PLACE names are fascinating. You can learn so much from them about our history, for a start. Take Haxby. The town is named after a Viking who once had a farm here. His name was Hacca or Hakr, and Haxby is 'Hakr's Farm' (that -'by' at the end of…
“THE resilience of the UK economy” and its “disciplined approach to mortgage lending” have laid the foundations for an “excellent” performance by York housebuilder Persimmon.
A SMALL knot of visitors has gathered around an ancient medieval bell in the grounds of the Merchant Adventurers' Hall.
Follow our live coverage of the Tour de Yorkshire 2017 as the bikes make their way through North Yorkshire.
THE Tour de Yorkshire begins tomorrow, with a 107-mile leg that starts at Bridlington, crosses the Yorkshire Wolds, heads up to the North York Moors and concludes with a sprint along the coast from Whitby to Scarborough. Along the way, it will include a…
YORK’s two rivers have proved time and again just how dangerous they can be. The Press launched its Take Care! campaign in 2014 after the rivers claimed the lives of Megan Roberts, Ben Clarkson and Tyler Pearson.
All these years I have been standing over my children at breakfast time, making sure they eat a decent meal before they leave the house.
ANNE Bronte's Yorkshire work The The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall topped the list when playwright Deborah McAndrew and director Elizabeth Newman discussed options for a stage adaptation of a classic novel.
CHANGES to the law, named for missing York woman Claudia Lawrence, have been approved by the House of Lords.
DRAX has completed the $35.4 million takeover of a US biomass pellet producer as part of plans to self supply its North Yorkshire power station.
YORK-BASED Coalters are celebrating their milestone 10th birthday with a year of fundraising aimed at making £10,000 for three local charities.
YORK City Ladies lifted the North Riding FA Ladies County Cup for a seventh time - but only after averting a massive shock amid some incredible final drama.
JACK JORDAN and Joe Wright were the ones in form at the York and Ainsty Point-to-Point meeting at Easingwold.
A MAN has appeared in court to deny the murder of a 53-year-old York father.
A SENIOR York councillor is standing down, triggering a by-election on the same day as the General Election.
One of the highlights of the first leg of this year's Tour de Yorkshire tomorrow is likely to be the climb up Garrowby Hill - or the 'Cote de Garrowby Hill', as race organisers insist on calling it.
WHAT used to be a simple ‘launch’ event to release Ryedale Festival’s brochure for July has morphed into a three-concert, star-studded mini-festival of its own. First up was the Busch Piano Trio, named after the legendary Adolf Busch, whose…
UNFORTUNATELY, one of the worst things being inflicted on this planet it people living longer.
WITH the new increase of both fines and penalty points on drivers using their mobile phones while at the wheel, I’ve noticed more and more vehicles coming to a standstill before drivers answer their phones.
HAVING just received a reminder letter on Saturday from Specsavers telling me that I need to get my eyes tested, I decided to look online to try to book an appointment.
WE are told that sex shops in York are set to be “bound by more robust regulations” (The Press, April 20).
I WOULD like to thank The Press for publishing my letter about Remembrance Travel’s search for all surviving D-Day veterans.
DEMOCRACY is a word much beloved and used by our trade union fraternity.
IT is a little bit irritating to read more correspondence implying that the people who voted for Brexit were mainly elderly, and likely to leave this world before the results of their choice became evident.
I WRITE in response to Cllr Chris Steward’s recent letter criticising our MP, Rachael Maskell (The Press, April 20).
CAN Dr Scott Marmion’s words on the EU (Letters, April 22) be seen as a true expression of the opinion of all York Conservatives?
YORK Hospital employ numerous non-medical persons in suits.
RAUCOUS can claim the honours on his first run for 208 days in the Buxted Construction Ltd Conditions Stakes, the richest race on the card at Chelmsford.
I'M NOT going to lie, I don't remember what happened when Yorkshire last won a one-day trophy in 2002. I was four years old and probably hadn't even picked a bat up.
THE lack of cleaners at York Hospital runs the risk of very serious consequences (The Press, April 20).
HERE’S one of our favourite sat nav disaster stories and it concerns two Chelsea fans who, like many of them, had never been near London in their lives.
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YORK Acorn ‘A’ will look to get off the mark in the Yorkshire Men’s League first division on Saturday – possibly boosted by a few first-teamers.
YORK City Rowing Club had seven crews representing Yorkshire at last weekend's British Rowing Junior Inter-Regional Regatta at the National Rowing Centre in Nottingham.
CITY of York Athletic Club’s Josh Dickinson continued his impressive year with victory at the Virgin London Mini Marathon.
YORK CITY pulled the plug on plans to stage an FA Trophy press conference at Bootham Crescent just two days before the final league game of the season.
JONNY Bairstow will return home to York today as he gears up for the start of Yorkshire's one-day Royal London Cup campaign this weekend – and he could open the batting.
A CITY primary is the latest school in York to convert to academy status and opt out of local authority control.
A MALTON School student has been selected to play golf for Yorkshire.
A COLLEGE on the outskirts of York has been deemed good by inspectors.
THRILL-seekers are being invited to take part in a Dirty Dash challenge to raise funds for two charities.
HELMSLEY Walled Garden will be hosting a wedding and spring fair on Saturday.
MORE than 40 girls from all over Yorkshire and the North East were in York this weekend, for an event to help them create change in the world.
A RIVER walk and picnic will take place next month to celebrate the next phase of a charity flood prevention project.