9:50am Thursday 24th July 2014
The future of York's Stonebow House will be debated on Saturday. MATT CLARK looks at the options
1:35pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014
Former miner Trevor Morris couldn’t get enough of going underground. In his spare time he went caving and discovered the beauty of phosphorescence.
3:21pm Monday 21st July 2014
You don’t need to head for the sticks to find the quintessential English village. MATT CLARK spent the morning in one, just north of York.
1:14pm Saturday 19th July 2014
ANDREW PERN of the Star Inn The City conjures up a new take on strawberries and cream
2:51pm Friday 18th July 2014
Books or e-readers? Opinions are divided which way it will go, but MATT CLARK meets a man who reckons talk of the book’s demise is greatly exaggerated.
12:51pm Thursday 17th July 2014
Women can now be bishops - and following a cabinet reshuffle, there are now also more women at the top level in government. Is the glass ceiling now a thing of the past - or is there more still to do? STEPHEN LEWIS reports.
11:58am Wednesday 16th July 2014
THIS is the Castle Howard arboretum as you'll never have seen it before: from the air.
2:51pm Monday 14th July 2014
A 2,000-home new town at Earswick, a freight depot at Askham Bryan and new solar farms on York's outskirts are among proposed additions to York's draft local plan. You have until Wednesday to make your views known. STEPHEN LEWIS reports.
11:13am Monday 14th July 2014
THE York charity Snappy is appealing for help with a September auction it is holding to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
1:32pm Friday 11th July 2014
It might look unassuming from the road but St Mary’s Church in Bishophill hides a wealth of secrets. MATT CLARK asks Churchwarden Graeme Thomas and York Diocese tourism officer Roy Thompson to reveal a few.
9:39am Thursday 10th July 2014
A new book and CD brings the voices of First World War veterans to moving life. STEPHEN LEWIS reports on York Oral History Society's latest project
12:49pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
THESE dramatic photographs capture the terrible scenes in York Minster after the devastating fire 30 years ago today.
3:37pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
STEPHEN LEWIS looks at the pros and cons of the plan to roll out the final phase of 20mph zones in York.
3:33pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
NO says Mike Natt, former North Yorkshire Police accident investigator and now a collision investigation consultant who regularly gives expert testimony in court
3:29pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
YORK’s cabinet member with responsibility for transport, Cllr David Levene, effectively inherited the 20mph policy from his predecessor, Cllr Dave Merrett. So how committed is he to the scheme – and is there any chance of a change of direction? We put some questions to him.
3:26pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
INTRODUCTION of 20mph speed limits on residential roads has already been completed in South Bank and in the western area of York.
3:23pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
THE city council bases part of its case for reducing speeds in York on a Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) report first produced in 2000: “The effects of drivers’ speed on the frequency of road accidents”.
3:21pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
Madeleine Howell went to Woodthorpe, where 20mph limits have already been introduced on residential streets, to ask what local people think of them.
3:23pm Tuesday 8th July 2014
IN a sleepy cul-de-sac on the outskirts of York, a busy mum is brewing up a café experience with a difference.
11:40am Tuesday 8th July 2014
IT was long and hot, that summer of 1984. Farmers were desperate for rain. But there seemed little sign of it on the night of July 8 and 9.
1:42pm Saturday 5th July 2014
CAMERON Smith is holding his breath when we arrive at Ampleforth Abbey's cider mill.
12:19pm Friday 4th July 2014
York mum of three and keen amateur photographer CLARE TASKER captured these photographs in the Farne Islands. There is still just time to see puffins closer to home too.
10:05am Thursday 3rd July 2014
There is a new man in charge of protecting York against floods. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to Steve Wragg
3:25pm Tuesday 1st July 2014
WITH only three days to go, York is gearing up for a big Grand Départ welcome. The 2014 Tour de France officially begins in Leeds on Saturday. But Day 2 sets off from the Knavesmire on Sunday. And the city is bringing out the bunting for the occasion.
10:00am Tuesday 1st July 2014
FIGHTING breast cancer robbed Rachel Burns of her right breast, her long dark hair and her body confidence.
1:47pm Monday 30th June 2014
BOB ADAMS has a long held fascination with the River Nidd, but he’s only just got round to exploring it. Last time we caught up with Bob he had reached Knaresborough. Now he heads to Ripley and then on into the Dales and some very different scenery.
1:11pm Saturday 28th June 2014
Eat your way around the world at York's newest restaurant. MAXINE GORDON reports
1:25pm Friday 27th June 2014
HALF a million people visit York Minster every year and the numbers are growing. So why does the cathedral need someone called a director of visitor experience?
11:48am Thursday 26th June 2014
IF you’re sometimes tempted to think that nothing much ever changes in York ... well, think again.
12:09pm Wednesday 25th June 2014
HUNDREDS of children from across York kept packed Barbican audiences entranced at the weekend in the 2014 York Music Hub Festival.
12:07pm Wednesday 25th June 2014
The York Castle Museum’s new exhibition sets out to tell the story of the First World War. STEPHEN LEWIS was blown away
1:40pm Saturday 21st June 2014
FOR those of us lucky enough to live in York, the city walls are a familiar, satisfying backdrop. For visitors, meanwhile, they are one of York's star attractions.
1:36pm Saturday 21st June 2014
Ahead of the Grand Départ, York has launched a food festival full of the flavours of France. MATT CLARK finds out more
12:46pm Friday 20th June 2014
THIS was a day of saints and witches. In the Middle Ages if you went off to live in a cave you were either called a saint and venerated, or a witch and persecuted. I had the impression that Saint Robert of Knaresborough was probably a reluctant saint. He found a quiet cave by the river to be alone and people kept coming to him to be healed.
2:53pm Thursday 19th June 2014
CELEBRATIONS have been held to mark a Centenary of Cub Scouting in Pickering.
11:17am Wednesday 18th June 2014
All eyes will be on North Yorkshire next month as it hosts the world’s largest annual sporting event MATT CLARK visits one of the most picturesque points along the route
11:16am Saturday 14th June 2014
To mark World Gin Day today, MAXINE GORDON raises a glass to the husband and wife team bringing gin distilling back to Yorkshire.
11:59am Friday 13th June 2014
More than 100 people packed a meeting this week to talk about a unique heritage project at West Bank Park. JANE CULLEN, founder and chair of the West Bank Park Heritage Project, reports.
12:13pm Thursday 12th June 2014
Emission-free electric buses may be the next generation of public transport, but, as PETER DEW reports, we've been here before.
12:18pm Wednesday 11th June 2014
In the latest in our occasional series on Yorkshire churches, STEPHEN LEWIS visits St Mary's, Sledmere
1:39pm Monday 9th June 2014
It's name is Celtic for brilliant but the muddy waters of the Nidd have always held a strange fascination for Bob Adams. Now he is finding out why by walking the river's length. Today we publish the diary of his first day's exploration.
10:30am Friday 6th June 2014
Press photographer Garry Atkinson is about to stand down after almost 40 years with the newspaper. STEPHEN LEWIS looks back at his award-winning career
1:06pm Thursday 5th June 2014
An exhibition at York Cemetery this weekend will look at the lives of some of those buried in the grounds.
9:00am Wednesday 4th June 2014
IT is time for you to have your say once again on what you think is the best new building, restoration or public space project in York. STEPHEN LEWIS introduces the entries for The York Design Awards' Press People's Award.
1:47pm Monday 2nd June 2014
Like York, Ypres is hosting the Tour de France. Each evening the Belgian city pauses to remember the First World War and in this year of special commemoration the riders will pass through the Flanders battlefields. On his bike, PAUL GRAHAM beat them to it.
1:19pm Saturday 31st May 2014
Gavin Esler will be in York for the Festival of Ideas next month to talk about some of the great world leaders he has interviewed down the years. He spoke to STEPHEN LEWIS.
1:29pm Saturday 31st May 2014
ANDREW PERN of the Star In The City offers two more recipes to try.
9:30am Friday 30th May 2014
Looking for a new hobby? MATT CLARK recommends one that will help you see the world from a different perspective
9:36am Thursday 29th May 2014
Both David Quarrie's father and grandfather were held prisoner by the Germans - in two different wars. STEPHEN LEWIS tells their remarkable stories.
3:08pm Wednesday 28th May 2014
THE people of Yorkshire are in for a shock when the Tour de France arrives in early July, says Ned Boulting. But perhaps not as much of a shock as Tour riders will get when they encounter some of the Yorkshire hill climbs.
9:52am Thursday 24th July 2014
FOREIGN news is what you step round while approaching something familiar. Sometimes such news is hard to grasp; sometimes it is too depressing for words. And sometimes ‘foreign news’ reaches up from the hard ground many thousands of feet below and destroys the plane you are sitting in.
3:15pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014
I HAVE just read a teens’ guide to good manners. While it is all very useful - be punctual, don’t leave mobile phones on the table at mealtimes, look waiters in the eye, and say thank you, don’t talk about yourself all the time, don’t be a nasty person - I personally think such tips would be more usefully directed at adults.
3:31pm Monday 21st July 2014
Six glorious weeks. Six weeks of busily not doing very much at all where the days blend into one long adventure broken only by having to go in for your tea.
10:32am Thursday 24th July 2014
HOW disheartening that Hugh Bayley praises employers paying the living wage rather than expounding on the need for a living income.
10:24am Thursday 24th July 2014
ED MILIBAND promises there will be no return to the tax-and-spend policies of past Labour governments.
10:23am Thursday 24th July 2014
I WOULD like to inform readers of council procedures, as they have not been accurately portrayed by Mr Jones and Mr Wardell (Letters, July 22).
10:22am Thursday 24th July 2014
SINCE reading in The Press earlier in the year that poppy seeds were being planted on certain stretches of grass area along Poppleton Road, I have watched the progress with interest.
8:43am Thursday 24th July 2014
COMMUNITY groups in York and North Yorkshire have been given more time to get their hands on their share of £25,000.
11:59am Wednesday 23rd July 2014
A CHARITY which helps support wounded or sick soldiers will receive a £22,000 boost from last year's chairman of North Yorkshire County Council.
3:44pm Monday 21st July 2014
READERS of a certain age may still remember the days when York's riverside wharves were busy with river cargo.
3:35pm Monday 14th July 2014
Several other readers have been in touch about photographs in earlier Yesterday Once More columns.
3:29pm Monday 14th July 2014
READER Arthur Kelly brought in this wonderful photograph showing the school-leavers of Park Grove Secondary School in 1949.
3:12pm Monday 21st July 2014
HAVING found her weight an embarrassment for a lot of her life, her sister's wedding spurred Frankie Ruttledge on to lose six stones and to become a slimming club leader. She tells health reporter Kate Liptrot how she did it.
3:08pm Monday 21st July 2014
MAXINE GORDON tries a new hi-tech beauty treatment billed as the closest thing to cosmetic surgery without going under the knife
2:48pm Monday 21st July 2014
THIS simple but packed with flavour slice can be knocked up in 15 minutes due to their being no pre cooking of ingredients before baking.