A 15-year-old boy is due in court tomorrow over a car crash that killed a man in North Yorkshire.
A BUYER has been found for the former Terry’s chocolate factory in York, meaning redevelopment of the site could finally go ahead.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a "gifted and dedicated" North Yorkshire doctor who was among the climbers killed in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands.
YORK remains among the strongest performing cities in the UK, according to the latest set of economic figures released for the major UK population centres.
THE chief executive of Selby District Council is to split his time between the authority and the county council for the next three months through a project designed to promote "closer working".
YORK City manager Gary Mills admitted his team were missing crocked striker Ashley Chambers following Saturday’s 0-0 draw against Aldershot.
NORTH Yorkshire golfer Simon Dyson’s return to the European Tour was solid if not spectacular as he finished joint-52nd in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
THE old log book is cloth-bound in red, and handwritten on lined paper yellowed with age.
A SMALL renewables business launched in North Yorkshire just over a year ago has exceeded its first year turnover forecast eight-fold.
A YORK wedding photography business has won almost £10,000 in prizes after being named Photography Business Of The Year.
CONFIDENCE among businesses in the region has quietly grown over the last year and reached a new peak not seen since before the credit crunch.
SKINCARE business Evocutis has secured ten new contracts worth £280,000.
POPPLETON based Insurance Brokers DE Ford has been recognised as one of the top 100 insurance brokers in the UK in 2012.
YORK'S Blockbuster store on Haxby Road is to close as part of a first phase of closures announced by the video rental chain's administrators.
WELCOME to Fairfax House as you’ve probably never seen it: in the middle of its winter deep clean.
SO now we can no longer be done for using insulting words or behaviour. Which is a good job, given that we once had the ridiculous notion of a student facing prosecution for asking a police officer whether his horse was gay on the grounds that he was…
THE 2013 Stage Experience musical at the Grand Opera House, York, will be Footloose, a classic American tale of teen rebellion and repression.
WOMEN are still ignoring NHS invitations to undergo cervical screening tests despite early diagnosis being the best way to successfully beat cervical cancer.
THE Labour Party’s intention possibly to introduce a garden waste collection tax in York is a punishment too far, particularly for the poorest.
Coun Paul Doughty (Letters, January 17) fails to state, in his letter on public health funding, the reason why I have not made a more favourable comment on the funding received by City of York Council.
HAVING been out to check all the salt bins in my ward last Thursday, I would like to thank residents.
REGARDING the report in The Press of January 16 concerning a reduction in the strength of John Smiths Extra Smooth, from 3.8 per cent to 3.6 per cent – on top of this the owners of John Smith’s, Heineken, are putting Smooth up by 2.5p per pint.
I WAS pleased to see the feature on the wonderful King’s Book of York Heroes (The Press, January 14), which is held in the Minster in perpetuity on behalf of King George V.
After the Crown Prosecution Service’s apologies to the many victims of Jimmy Savile I was moved to write the following.
As a resident in York my wish for this year from the council, once they have settled into their new offices, is a simple one: improve the services we receive.
I WISH to voice my anger over what happened on my street. It was bad enough having to wait weeks for the normal grey bin collection.
THEY say this looks to be a bumper year for bank bonuses.
RECENTLY I read the Government’s policies were causing the disabled extra suffering through lack of care.
100 years ago: There were in York one or two gentlemen whose hair had got very scanty on the top, as the tonsorial artists put it. These gentlemen could take heart of grace for the remedy rested in their own hands independently of the gentlemen who…
HAVING left their snowed-in coach at home, Aldershot proceeded to park the proverbial bus on their eventual arrival at Bootham Crescent.
DANNY GRAY has jumped on board the striker merry-go-round in the Northern Counties East League.
OPTIMIST Neil Warnock reflected on the positives after his Leeds United side laboured to a 1-0 win against Championship bottom club Bristol City.
WETHERBY Racecourse has been forced to abandon tomorrow’s jumps meeting due to cold snap.
MALTON & Norton RUFC have rearranged their North One East trip to Morley for Saturday, February 2.
A TEENAGER from York is taking the first steps of his life after a huge fundraising campaign helped pay for pioneering surgery on his legs.
SOHCAHTOA made a winning return from a break at Wolverhampton earlier this month and should follow up on his return to Dunstall Park in the coral.co.uk Handicap.
AT least one person a day in York will become insolvent this year and lives are being torn apart as the economic crisis continues, an expert has predicted.
The body of a York man who has been missing since December has been recovered from the River Ouse.
YOUNGSTERS at an East Yorkshire primary school welcomed the Archbishop of York to their school.
A MAN had to be led to safety by firefighters after a candle caused a fire in his home.
A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has been arrested after a pedestrian died following a collision with a vehicle in North Yorkshire.
A REWARD of £800 is being offered by a theft victim who had three expensive mountain bikes stolen from an outbuilding at his North Yorkshire home.
A FAMILY doctor’s nine-year battle to clear his name has come to an end, after he announced “with a heavy heart” he would not appeal against the decision to strike him off.