CHAMPIONSHIPS, so everyone at Headingley will insist, are won by teams, not individuals.
ON the theme of giving generously, people who donated money into collection boxes at York Maze will be horrified to learn that on Monday night someone decided it would be acceptable to help themselves, rather than others, by stealing hundreds of…
WINSTON Churchill called it the battle upon which depends the survival of Christian civilisation, adding if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say, ‘This was their finest hour,'
THERE is much discussion about what should or should not be in the centre of our city.
IN REPLY to Cllr Paul Doughty (Letters, August 21), I would suggest that he has a chat with the council’s economic strategy and policy team to understand why York needs to be in a devolution deal that includes West Yorkshire.
READING in The Press about the future of air shows after the recent tragedy during an air display, could there be alternate routes for traffic and sections of highway closed while the airshow takes place?
TWO new additions to the family at a Yorkshire zoo are taking their first steps into the world.
THE closure of Eggborough Power Station is once again looming with the loss of around 240 jobs as the site is given just six months before generation ceases.
YORK has retained its position as the UK’s fourth favourite city for tourists and visitors, as voted for by readers of the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller guide.
RYEDALE Citizens’ Advice Bureau will be unable to continue to operate after next month unless additional resources are made available.
A NORTH YORKSHIRE pet food manufacturer has started work on a new 100,000sq ft distribution centre as it sets its sights on the £100 million sales mark.
HAVING once been known for raiding and pillaging York's Vikings have now been recognised for their customer service skills by becoming a WorldHost Recognised Business.
FOLLOWING in the footsteps of the London 2012 Olympics, the Glasgow 2012 Commonwealth Games, and to a smaller extent Yorkshire's Tour de France Grand Depart, this year's Rugby World Cup is set to bring an economic boost to the UK.
AFTER discovering a natural talent for sales, Simon Wood never looked back.
A TRAIN operator has launched its awards to recognise people who make a difference.
A CHILDREN'S author and illustrator from York has had her first picture book published.
MANAGER Russ Wilcox has given his full blessing to York City winger Anthony Straker heading out on international duty with Grenada.
BRAVE SPARTACUS, who jumped for fun and ran his rivals ragged at Market Rasen six weeks ago when winning the valuable Betfair Summer Plate, aims to do so again at Southwell this afternoon after switching from fences to hurdles.
An Elvington woman is one of the winners in a county-wide gardening competition – despite never having had a garden before.
RAF veterans are urging York residents to dig deep and help out our airmen and women as the country marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
YORK developer S Harrison has been appointed to lead on a first of its kind development aimed at turning the home office concept on its head.
A HEALTH service which cares for about 50 elderly people in their own homes in York has been told it must improve.
A GLOBE-TROTTING teenager has used her creative skills to raise £4,320 for charity.
WELL-WISHERS and kind relatives have raised nearly £3,000 for a mum-of-three with a life-limiting heart condition.
YORK children have been clowning around as their Kids Club celebrates its 20th anniversary.
TWO dedicated volunteers at a historic railway near York have completed their restoration of a vintage carriage.
A FORMER councillor has urged City of York Council to provide sanctuary to people fleeing persecution from their own countries.
PRIVATE consultants cost York council £2.7 million last year - triple the amount spent the year before.
SLEIGHTHOLME Richard Bowman (Late of Bishop Wilton) Died peacefully at home on August 30th, 2015, aged 84 years. Loving husband to Elsie and dad, granddad and great-granddad and friend to many. Funeral service to take place at St Edith’s Church,…
PULLEYN Reginald (Former Lord Mayor and Ex Railway Signalman) On August 22nd 2015, suddenly, aged 87 years. Father to Chris, Terry, Lesley and Jackie, also grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral service to take place at York Minster on Wednesday…
SLEIGHTHOLM Lilian Harold, Sandy, Peter, Chris and Ray would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and kind words of sympathy following the sudden loss of our mum. Special thanks to Bronnie Broadhurst for a lovely service and Jill Sharpe for…
TURNER Dennis (ex Allisons, Pocklington) On August 26th, peacefully in York Hospital, aged 94 years. Dearly loved husband of Ann, much loved dad of Ruth and Howard, father-in-law of Ian and a dear grandad to Jake and Lois. Funeral service and…
BARNIE Betty A loved wife, mum and nanna, passed away peacefully on August 27th, aged 83 years, at Moorlands Care Home, Strensall, York. Funeral service will take place on Monday, September 7th, at 1.40 pm, at York Crematorium. Family flowers only…
JUDSON Alan On August 25th, suddenly in York Hospital, aged 81 years. Dearly loved husband of Honor, much loved father of Lynda, father-in-law of Mike and grandad of Emma, dear brother of Bryan and brother-in-law of Shirlie. Funeral service to take…
HOOK Eileen Mary Isabelle (nee Saville) Aged 89 years, dearly loved and loving wife of the late Charles Christian. Devoted and beloved mum of Rob, Barrie, John and Sue, mum-in-law of Dot, June, Julia and John and a much loved granny to 13 and…
WOOD Adrian Nicholas Davie (Nick) September 2nd 2011 In loving memory of a much loved and cherished husband, dad, father-in-law and very special grandad, who died four years ago today. We think of you always, We will miss you forever, We will love…
TRANSFER deadline day passed quietly at York City but boss Russ Wilcox did not rule out making moves when the loan market reopens next Tuesday.