A WOMAN who opened a lingerie shop in York after suffering a serious injury has defied the recession and celebrated a first year of trading.
43-year-old mother from south York area jailed for nine months after letting lodger sleep with her 13-year-old daughter
On Friday we had tickets to see The Full Monty at York Grand Opera House.
THESE pupils from Burnholme Community College in York have a growing concern on their hands as they look forward to producing their own food.
THE site for York’s new council headquarters will be revealed within weeks – amid warnings the city cannot afford a repeat of the “farce” which has dogged the project so far.
HISTORIANS and metal detector enthusiasts believe they have found York’s first metal recycling centre – dating back to 1066.
SECURITY staff will not work at York Crown Court unless there are vital safety improvements to stop prisoners injuring or killing themselves, it has been claimed.
Regarding the letter from Peter Ashton (Not so simple, November 24) on the proposed Beckfield Lane segregated cycle path. It seems Mr Ashton comes from the same planet as Coun Steve Galloway – Cloud Cuckoo Land, that is.
Today a city strategy meeting of City of York Council was set to discuss 20mph zones for residential areas, without humps.
Have we lost some lighting in the York Hospital car park? At present the lighting is exceptionally dim when parking and one has to be careful in the grounds at present.
I READ with interest about the proposed Poppleton Junior Football Club’s new clubhouses, and its wind turbine and solar panels (The Press, November 14).
York Labour MP Hugh Bayley is to be congratulated on helping to achieve the wishes of numerous York and district people, by getting the plans to erect barriers at York Station cancelled.
WITH reference to this picture of a group of soldiers and ladies, circa 1944/45. I do not know the names of the ladies, for my research into a book on York County Hospital.
THIS group of women from a York village have come together to bare all to raise money for people affected by cancer.
TIPS on how to survive the credit crunch may not sound like a barrel of laughs, but when they are delivered by Jenny Eclair with a pair of knickers on her head, giggles are guaranteed.
HE’S a tall man, Stuart Francis. And the Basement Bar has a low ceiling. So that’s the pogo dance routine ruled out, he says, as he comes on stage.
I’M no Scrooge. Last year a friend and I were so disappointed when the British Heart Foundation’s annual Santa Jog in York was cancelled due to flooding, we decided to don our Father Christmas outfits anyway, run madly through the city centre…
A CHARITY event to raise funds for Refuge – which supports women and children at refuges across the country – is to be held in York with the aiming of teaching people to think positively about themselves.
There will be a coffee morning in aid of York Against Cancer at Nightingale Street Farm, Full Sutton, on Saturday, from 10am to noon.
THE significance of this line from the well-known song is lost on today’s youngsters.
A MIXTURE of cabaret and karaoke is coming to a York theatre in a fundraising push for a city charity.
Children from Heslington and Badger Hill Pre-Schools have been digging in to plant a copse of trees.
City of York Council’s project 'Improving York’s Green Spaces' set to approve proposals to regenerate parks, play areas and allotments
Everyone has an opinion of The X Factor, but more than most, original Pop Idol winner Will Young has a vested interest in how well each act performs.
THOUSANDS of York commuters faced a lengthy diversion this morning after flooding blocked one of the city’s main roads.
A19 Fulford Road both ways closed due to flooding between A1036 Fishergate / Grange Street and B1222 Naburn Lane