YORK City boss Gary Mills is hoping relegation to National League North will not spell a switch to part-time football at Bootham Crescent.
YORKSHIRE brushed a powerful looking Nottinghamshire team aside to get their Royal London one-day Cup campaign off to an impressive start at Trent Bridge today, with England Test captain Joe Root hitting 75 not out.
NACER Bouhanni admitted he was taken by surprise by the sheer numbers of spectators at the Tour de Yorkshire – likening them to the Tour de France after winning stage two in Harrogate.
YORK City have been relegated to the National League North following a 2-2 home draw with play-off qualifiers Forest Green.
TAKING a stroll around York on Good Friday, I was amazed to see how many tradesmen - painters, joiners, electricians etc - were working over the Bank Holiday.
AS the boney fingers of mortality and Brexit begin to beckon with a steadily increasing sense of urgency, a recent rare day of sunshine found me sat outside and drifting slowly into the realms of sentimental reverie.
AS a Self Advocacy Group for people with learning disabilities based in York we were shocked to read that managers in York are considering sending people with long term health conditions outside York (The Press, April 24).
WE are writing to say a huge thanks to the amazing people who are cycling for Age UK York in the Tour de Yorkshire Human Cycle Race in Sheffield tomorrow.
I can’t remember too many better squads than the one England selected earlier this week and will take into the Champions Trophy in early June.
I AM writing in response to the story “Tycoon still faces loss of knighthood” (The Press, April 24).
THE recent Unite leadership election had only 12 per cent of members voting in a postal ballot.
IN response to Maurice Vassie (Letters, April 27), I would like to clarify I’ve never been on a football terrace in my life.
THE soundbites have already started in this election.
THERE is a new joint-leader of The Press Player of the Year table after the up-and-down month of April.
IN reply to S Butterworth (Letters, April 22), I am a Tory and proud, and voting in Theresa May will vindicate the wonderful work she and her Government have done.
THE proposal of Nestlé to shed 160 jobs in York leaves a bitter taste in the mouth (The Press, April 26).
GEORGE Davey will keep his Yorkshire 69kg elite belt after a third successful defence of his title.
A WOMAN who battled with severe mental health problems is planning to jump out of a plane at 10,000 feet to raise money for the mental health charity that helped her.
SHE’S back! Brain tumour victim Emily Rhodes has flown home to York from Australia for an emotional reunion with friends and relatives.
RYEDALE’S second jigsaw festival has raised more than £900.
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YORK City manager Gary Mills wishes today's game with Forest Green Rovers was not on TV.
AS York City prepare for arguably the most fraught final day of their history with the threat of sixth-tier football hanging over the club, we’ve decided to look at five other seasons when the team’s fate went right to the wire.
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THE new-look York City Knights are going back to the future - by reinstating a high-class scholarship system.
GOALKEEPERS Scott Loach and Kyle Letheren’s efforts look set to be recognised at the end of a fraught season.
DAVE Johns, star of Ken Loach's BAFTA-winning film I, Daniel Blake, is returning to the comedy circuit with a new tour show inspired by his extraordinary experience in the film world.
JIM Cartwright's new play, Stand Up Stand Up, visits the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, from May 18 to 20 as part of a UK tour.
YORK’S MP has warned of empty streets and boarded up shops if “chaos” over business rates is not sorted out.
UNIONS have accused Nestle on u-turning on what was said its own AGM.
NEW training has been given to volunteers at a York-based charity, to help them spot signs of domestic abuse in the community.
A SPECIAL exhibition will take place this weekend on the role of British Transport Police.
A SPEEDING van driver who “gave the police the run-about” for four months has been jailed.
A SPEEDING motorist who killed an "innocent, decent" father out walking his dog has been jailed.
CRIME has risen again in North Yorkshire, but police say the region is still one of the safest areas in the country.
THE new Dean of a medical school in York has revealed plans to expand the school, which she hopes to develop into one of the best in the country.
LORRAINE ALLAN Happy 50th Birthday Lorraine. Love Mam, Wayne, Deanna, Dean, Mel, Mark, Craig, Sean, Amy, Daniel & Theo x
ROBERT David Stewart Devoted son of Edna, loved brother of Mark, Dawn and Kevin. Will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
HUNTINGTON Malcolm M.B.E. On April 26th peacefully in St Leonard's Hospice, aged 82 years. Loving husband of Gina, much loved dad of Alex-Jane and John, a loving grandad of Holly, Harry, Kate and Amy and dear brother of Cynthia, Anthony and Judith.…
WOODHOUSE James (Woody) Aged 30 years. A much loved son, brother, uncle, nephew and friend to many. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium, on Friday, May 12th, at 10.20a.m. No flowers please, donations may be given for the Lifeline Project. A…
MEEK Paul David Died peacefully at home on April 7th 2017, Husband of Liz, dearest Dad of Richard and Louise, loving Grandad of Archie and Oscar. Paul requested a private funeral with immediate family only, which took place on April 24th 2017. Gone but…
BYASS Malcolm Marjorie and family would like to thank Wayne, Helen, Max, Phil, Lorraine and Derek for all their help and kindness. Everyone who came to the funeral and Rev Woodmansey for a very moving service. J G Fielder & Son. Donations raised…
Chloe RISHWORTH Happy 16th Birthday Chloe. (Sunday) Have a lovely day. With love and best wishes From granddad xxx
JOHN WRAGG Happy 70th Birthday for Sunday Dad. Have a great day. Hope to see you soon All our love Mike and Jo xx Happy Birthday Grandad. Hugs and kisses from Casper xxx Happy Birthday Dad. Sorry we can't be there but it's a long way from Guatemala.…
MIDGLEY Doreen On April 14th, suddenly at home in Norton, aged 83 years. A much loved sister of Mary, the late Violet, Wilf, Don, Gladys, Albert, Tom and Sid. A much loved aunt and great-aunt. Funeral service to take place at St Peters Church, Norton,…
Rachel MOSS Will you go on a date with me? Told you.... I'm not giving up! ;) xxx
ROBERT David Stewart Died on April 14th at York Hospital aged 47. Loving partner to Donna and much loved dad to Daryl, Shane, Jordan and Casey. A loving grandad to all his grandchildren. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium on Monday, May 8th…
BOND Sylvia (nee Lawn) Died peacefully on April 26th, 2017, aged 79 years. Funeral service to be held at St Michael's Church, Malton, on Thursday, May 11th, at 11:00a.m., followed by interment at Malton Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in…