FIREFIGHTERS have rescued a dog from York's River Foss.
GARY Mills could be in for a hostile welcome when he takes his York City team to Nuneaton in the third round of the FA Trophy.
SELBY Town Hall’s spring season kicks off on January 27 with a sold-out concert by Colin Blunstone, frontman of psychedelic pop icons The Zombies.
TRAINS between York and the north-east will be delayed or replaced by buses on Saturday evenings this spring because of a £6 million upgrade of the East Coast Main Line.
PATRICK Monahan, the Irish-Iranian comedian, tells tales of being an immigrant in Great Britain in his That’s 80’s Show gig at Pocklington Arts Centre on February 23.
YORK company Off The Rock Productions will hold auditions for Benjamin Peel's Not A Game For Girls at Krumbs Kitchen, Tanner Row, York, on February 15 at 7pm and February 16 at 10pm.
SCOTTISH folk singer Kaela Rowan will open her 2017 tour at the Black Swan Folk Club, Peasholme Green, York, on February 12.
THE celebrations to mark the re-opening of Tadcaster Bridge have been put back three weeks to Sunday February 19.
THE tenth anniversary of the Inspired By...Gallery at Danby will be celebrated with an exhibition of new works by artists stirred by the North York Moors National Park.
A POPULAR cafe has been ranked among the best places to have breakfast in the UK.
A MISSING pensioner was found by police following a search of the moors around her Goathland home.
FREE wild bird workshops are being run for families in York, as part of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch.
1 Kyle Letheren bears the hallmark of all good keepers
YORK Minster Engineering League Reserve A leaders Dunnington suffered a 1-0 setback at Thorpe United as the two teams at the top of the division collided.
WIGGINTON Grasshoppers remain three points clear of Huntington Rovers at the top of the York Minster Engineering League premier division after both sides recorded victories in games that managed to survive the icy conditions.
WITH the top two sides in division one out of action, all eyes fell on the match between third-placed Thorpe United and fellow promotion chasers Hemingbrough United in the York Minster Engineering League.
YOU may well have seen photographs of the great fire which tore through the Boyes store on Ouse Bridge in December 1910 before.
GUY Garvey will follow up last summer's solo concert at Dalby Forest, near Pickering, by returning to the Forestry Commission woodland on June 24 with his Mercury Prize-winning group Elbow.
A SHUTTLE bus that ran between two hospitals on the Yorkshire coast has been cancelled because of lack of custom.
RUNNERS have the chance to meet four-legged ears as well as run in the Great North Run if they sign up with a charity.
THE St John Ambulance has a fine history of lifesaving and teaching about First Aid.
TALK about the earth opening up beneath you...
A LIFE can be quiet but still extraordinary. Just look at Nora Tattersfield.
NUNEATON Town will entertain York City in the third round of the FA Trophy on Saturday, February 4.
YOUNG people on low wages struggling to get a foothold on the housing ladder in York have known for years that it isn’t easy. York as a city may be comparatively wealthy for the north of England. And unemployment here is much lower than in much of…
AN ESTABLISHED York company has expanded into adjacent premises near the city centre.
A MAN has been arrested after another man was allegedly stabbed and seriously injured in York city centre.
FOUR estate agents in York deserve praise for leading by example and removing letting boards from their properties.
DO we need a Mayor of Yorkshire? That’s a question that is doing the rounds again, thanks mostly to the enthusiasm of senior Labour politician and West Yorkshire MP Jon Trickett.
UK BUSINESS has a golden opportunity to access the £212 billion annual disability market through the Government’s Disability Confident scheme, according to equality champion Mike Adams.
Holgate Windmill will open for the first time this year to visitors when it offers free visits to York residents on January 28 and 29 between 11am and 4pm.
I READ the article “House price rise will cover rail fare increase” (The Press, January 9) and thought I had missed a few months of my life and we had instantly reached April Fools Day.
A MOTORIST was arrested on suspicion of drug driving after crashing a car into an outbuilding in Selby.
WALMGATE, York’s city centre?
AFTER the recent Liberal Democrat by-election success in Richmond Park, some commentators dismissed this as being due to the fact that the constituency voted heavily for Remain in the referendum.
WITH reference to Peter Rickaby’s letter (The Press, January 9), my experience with the flu jab, which I first received 17 years ago when it was first introduced, will not make him feel any better at all.
IT was good to see Patrick Crowley, CEO of York Hospitals Trust, thank staff for their hard work during the current “Opal” crisis (The Press, January 12).
IT'S Blue Monday, the third Monday in January, and we what to know how you're beating blues.
A CHANGE of career focus has left a young illustrator from York with designs on business success in the coming year.
A GROUP in York is bidding to bag a massive cash boost to kickstart their after-school gardening club for children.
A GEOGRAPHY student is hoping breast cancer patients will benefit from her 240-mile foreign trip.
NEW mothers across North Yorkshire can get help in how to breastfeed their babies, thanks to a new service.
A popular York music pub will hold a birthday celebration this coming weekend.
A SERIES of charity runs which attracts tens of thousands of runners has received a major boost.
PEFORMERS from the region’s emergency crews will take to the stage to perform a pantomime and raise money for good causes.