YORK'S top judge has warned people could have been killed in a recent train crash and urged Network Rail to improve safety.
HEAD coach James Ford has hailed the re-signing of local favourite Pat Smith as York City Knights continue building for 2017.
A YORK-BASED film maker and CGI artist is using computers to show how local railway lines - such as the York-Selby route - would have looked in the bygone days of steam.
DONNA LYNES and Julie Stables gave Edinburgh Arms a chance of a shock victory at Fulfordgate - but the York John Smith’s Ladies League division one leaders eventually edged a 5-4 win.
Police cars, ambulances and fire engines have sirens and flashing lights for a reason.
THE fate of North Lodge, the old Victorian clerks’ building attached to Clifton Hospital, reveals just how difficult it can be for even historic cities like York to hold on to their heritage.
THERE’S a lovely story that the first York hams were smoked in the ruins of York Minster centuries ago. But as with many legends, there’s not a lot of truth behind them.
THE Commitments, the West End hit, has two Yorkshire commitments on its seven-month tour, playing Leeds Grand Theatre this week and returning for February run at the Grand Opera House, York, next year.
YORK author Paul Chrystal has reached the 1970s in his series of books about decades that changed York.
THE Charlatans' Tim Burgess is predicting "an unforgettable night" when his long-running baggy band play Scarborough Open Air Theatre on June 16 next summer.
1 Devising a plan to manage the final five minutes of games must now be a priority
ALASDAIR Jamieson was back in the saddle on Sunday for an enticing Anglo-American evening. Four shorter English works were offset by an American symphony, all by composers born in the final third of the 19th century.
ACE Creatives duo Sylvie-D and Joshua Kohlmann perform their charity Winter Warmer Concert tomorrow at Poppleton Methodist Church Hall, The Green, Upper Poppleton, near York.
THREE men were allegedly assaulted, and one was taken to hospital after the attack in an East Yorkshire town at the weekend.
WHILE the respective CVs of Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay and Andrew Brownell promised much, they could do little to predict the sheer sensitivity of their combined music-making.
ARE you looking for an alternative to the same old Christmas entertainment? Or just somewhere a lot cheaper?
A CYCLIST has suffered serious injuries following a crash on the A19 Fulford Road.
A MUCH needed burst of good feeling, in short doses. Festival favourites, with a reputation for being the "most alive and energetic band on the circuit", the core three piece had spent time apart, on separate continents, prior to recording this,…
THE main construction partner on York's Community Stadium scheme is pulling out of the project.
THE announcement of a string of concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in June 2017, and the publication of Phil Collins’s autobiography, Not Dead Yet, followed the inspired and beautifully curated Take A Look At Me Now album series.
THE success of a recent exhibition featuring IT security at York’s National Railway Museum has prompted the hosts, Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS), to launch a cyber safety workshop early next year.
BY the eve of her debut solo album in November 1984, Alison Moyet was already a huge star, having made waves on both sides of the Atlantic with her work with Vince Clarke in the revolutionary synth act Yazoo.
AN EXTENSION project has provided new space for meetings, programmes and one-to-one development work.
SMALL to medium-sized businesses in York and North and East Yorkshire are being urged to apply for EU grants of up to £20,000 to help them innovate.
LONG-STANDING early music group The York Waits always do a stint in the streets at Christmas, especially when they lead the annual Sheriff’s Riding procession from Micklegate Bar on December 21, striding out at 6pm.
BRANDSBY photographer John Illingworth travels widely to capture his imagery but is greatly inspired by the Yorkshire landscape too.
A CRASH between two cars caused traffic disruption on the A1 in North Yorkshire.
CHILDREN In Need is a successful fundraising event.
PHILIP ROE tells us we voted overwhelmingly to leave the EU (Letters, November 28).
BACK in the halcyon days of the summer of this year, Tory MPs elected a new Prime Minister, Theresa May.
THE Way We Were article 80 years ago featured something probably not noticed on November 17.
YET again we have been subjected to more anti-car views from Paul Hepworth (Letters, November 28).
LET there be lights.
YORK’S schools give us all a lot to be proud of and we are one of the strongest performing local authority areas in terms of educational achievement.
THE York Minster Engineering League premier division title race was blown wide open as Dunnington rained on Huntington Rovers' parade with a 2-1 victory at Common Road.
THREE of York’s leading creative agencies have joined forces to help a start-up business offering microbrewery bus tours prepare for launch.
STILL Believing seems to save her best for Ludlow and she can demonstrate her love for the track once again in the feature Boyne Cup Handicap Chase.
THE owner of a Malton shop is appealing for the return of a miniature saddle which is of 'great sentimental value'.
ALMOST every type of crime has increased in East Yorkshire in the last year, according to new figures.
A TEENAGER has admitted a raft of drugs charges and handling criminal property - and has been told he now faces a spell in prison.
YORK Against Cancer turns 30 next year – and is celebrating with a bright new look.
PLANS for a new CCTV system in two Ryedale towns have moved forward after a major funding boost.
A SANTA’S Grotto with a difference is being held in York this weekend.
A SCOUT group has made its own cook book.
A QUICK-thinking security guard at a York council building has saved the lives of two people in as many months.
TWO new festive window displays were revealed over the weekend as shops continued to take part in York’s live advent calendar.