6:00am Wednesday 26th February 2014
A timeline of the disappearance and search for York chef Claudia Lawrence.
3:58pm Friday 13th January 2017
WHAT do you do if you need to ring 999 but it's not safe to speak?
12:30pm Wednesday 11th January 2017
In our homes we think nothing of turning on the tap or flushing the toilet.
8:00am Tuesday 10th January 2017
Little steps can make a big difference to achieving those New Year's resolutions says leading York confidence coach
4:00am Tuesday 10th January 2017
WHAT does science really tell us about the world? How is York helping in the fight against global terrorism? And why do poorer people have worse health?
12:45pm Monday 9th January 2017
TALK about a sea of humanity ...
10:49am Friday 6th January 2017
IT’S not every day you can take breakfast in the bath – but that is the intriguing prospect offered by Seaham Hall.
12:17pm Tuesday 3rd January 2017
BOB ADAMS has been walking the length of the River Ure. The latest stage of his journey sees him hike the nine miles from Leyburn to Aysgarth via the Lords Bridge
Brace yourself for a chilly walk down memory lane
6:00pm Friday 30th December 2016
These are the answers to our 2016 pub quiz, which can be found here.
3:20pm Saturday 28th May 2016
Puffins and piers, beaches and beauty spots, surfers and sunshine - what's not to like?
7:10am Monday 26th December 2016
YOU'VE probably heard of Yorkshire's famous triathlon brothers, Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.
12:10am Sunday 25th December 2016
We wish all readers of The Press and all our advertisers a very Merry Christmas.
10:39am Friday 23rd December 2016
CHRISTMAS cheer probably isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when you think about the Victorian workhouse. Poverty and hardship, yes. Poor orphan boys, probably. Quite likely Oliver Twist asking plaintively ‘please, Sir, can I have some more?’ But Christmas? Well, we know that York workhouse tried to get in the Christmas spirit at least once in the early years of the 1900s. Because we have a picture to prove it. The photograph was brought in by reader Philippa Plitt. Philippa’s grandmother Sarah Ellen Ward was a young woman who had come to York from Derbyshire in the 1880s as a teenager to train as a nurse. She then got a job at the York workhouse in Huntington Road – and Philippa’s photo shows her standing front right, in her stiff nurse’s uniform, holding a little boy by the shoulders while posing for a photograph. There are a couple of other nurses or matrons in the picture, plus a second boy. And a genuine effort has been made to cheer up the workhouse’s stark dining room, with Christmas decorations and sprigs of what may be holly or yew hanging from the ceiling. True, the little boy standing with Philippa’s grandmother doesn’t look all that cheerful. But full marks to the workhouse staff for at least trying... Since Christmas is almost upon us again, we thought this would be a good time to bring you a few more photos of Christmases past in York. Perhaps the best story dates to Christmas 1944. A French air mechanic based at RAF Elvington, Sous Lieutenant Lemarchand, had happened to see a charity Christmas tree at York railway station. It gave him an idea: he and other French mechanics from Elvington would make toys for sick children in York.
5:00pm Tuesday 23rd December 2014
Join us for a tasty trip down memory lane...
4:00am Tuesday 6th December 2016
WHEN a young client was initially very shy in a wig fitting, Beth Wood reassured her by showing her own patches of hair loss.
3:15pm Monday 5th December 2016
YORK author Paul Chrystal has reached the 1970s in his series of books about decades that changed York.
3:43pm Monday 5th December 2016
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.
Our galleries of photos from the 1947 and 1982 York floods generated a lot of interest.
2:13pm Monday 28th November 2016
LIKE an American film star with a firm handshake and a 15 megawatt smile, China has the power to dazzle you on first acquaintance.
1:36pm Monday 28th November 2016
IN 2003, the Nestlé Rowntree Band celebrated its 100th birthday. A book published to mark that historic occasion began with a wonderful little ditty.
6:50am Monday 28th November 2016
For years we've been moaning about stag and hen parties disrupting city centre life, not to mention other forms of antisocial behaviour. Now a team of security men are patrolling the streets to nip potential problems in the bud. MATT CLARK spent a morning with them.
4:00am Saturday 26th November 2016
WITH the seasonal chill in the air, it seemed fitting to wrap up in our warm woollies and head to the newly-launched Yorkshire Winter Wonderland.
5:50pm Friday 25th November 2016
STAYCATIONS are proving increasingly popular, with millions of Brits shunning overseas travel this year in favour of making the most of what's on their doorstep.
2:10pm Friday 25th November 2016
Tomorrow four judges will once again try to thwart the will of the people by passing judgement against a senior politician. No, I’m not talking about Brexit but about Strictly Come Dancing.
4:00am Tuesday 22nd November 2016
ONCE a month Georgina Thompson and Jack Slade join other young teens for a night at the cinema or tenpin bowling.
11:13am Friday 18th November 2016
Teenagers from secondary schools across York lit up the Guildhall on Wednesday with debates on everything from tourists to how good York is as a place to grow up in. STEPHEN LEWIS was there
4:00am Tuesday 15th November 2016
Are we doing enough to tackle childhood bullying? One York mum shares her story as Anti-Bullying Week begins
3:30pm Friday 11th November 2016
ONE evening earlier this year, the phone rang at local historian Peter Stanhope’s home in Haxby. It was a woman from Hull. Had Peter ever heard of an artist named ER Tate, she asked?
3:08pm Friday 11th November 2016
By Lara Lambert
12:19pm Friday 11th November 2016
ACCORDING to the Met Office we could be in for the coldest winter in 35 years and it certainly felt like the start of a cold snap on Wednesday. More records going for a Burton, then. The next to be smashed might well be on Monday with the biggest supermoon in 70 years and of course October was the driest October for 65 years.
11:12am Wednesday 9th November 2016
YORK’S status as a military city goes back a very long way - the best part of 2,000 years, in fact.
8:00pm Wednesday 9th November 2016
Should classics be left untouched? Or is there always room for improvement?
10:26am Thursday 3rd November 2016
SOME time in 1838, the family of a young York man applied to the York Poor Law Union for help.
10:47am Thursday 3rd November 2016
The change follows curbs to the free coffee deal
3:23pm Monday 31st October 2016
WE RETURN to Peggy Sterriker’s great collection of old postcards for some more views of bygone York today.
10:37am Monday 31st October 2016
York boasts one of the country's finest choirs. MATT CLARK took an exclusive look at how its choristers are trained with the man who does the teaching.
7:30am Friday 28th October 2016
The Calais refugee camps were demolished this week. STEPHEN LEWIS spoke to York artist Nick Ellwood, who spent several weeks in the camps last year drawing refugees and listening to their stories
1:59pm Wednesday 26th October 2016
Newspapers, phones and tablets are not the only way to keep up with current affairs. MATT CLARK goes behind the scenes at an unusual audio media outlet.
5:26pm Tuesday 25th October 2016
Easing tensions in the body and mind are the aims of a new yoga class if York
10:35am Monday 24th October 2016
WE have carried several photographs on the Yesterday Once More pages down the years showing Tower Street with the walls of the Victorian prison running along one side. But perhaps none of them have ever matched our main photograph today for sheer, brooding power.
11:00am Monday 24th October 2016
FOR years, Peggy Sterriker kept a collection of old postcards tucked away in a corner of her house.
9:55am Friday 21st October 2016
TYPICAL. Somebody finally speaks up about what girls are missing out on by not studying IT. And who is it? A bloke, of course.
4:10am Thursday 20th October 2016
York has more miles of intact wall than any other city in England, but what if ice and dark stop you from enjoying them? Not to mention if you are a wheelchair user. MATT CLARK meets a man with the answer.
6:00am Tuesday 18th October 2016
LEVELS of domestic violence in York and North Yorkshire rose last year, with almost 11,000 reported incidents. National Safeguarding Week events in York this week will examine how children are often the forgotten victims.
1:09pm Monday 10th October 2016
TO MANY younger people in York today, the old Terry’s factory on Bishopthorpe Road is probably little more than a building site, where new flats and apartments are being created out of a factory their parents are oddly nostalgic about.
4:00am Monday 10th October 2016
Home to Mexican blind cave fish, critically endangered newts and cute meercats, Askham Bryan College has evolved greatly since its days as the Yorkshire Agricultural Institute. MATT CLARK takes a look round its new animal management facility.
5:19pm Friday 7th October 2016
National TV series Helicopter ER is produced from a couple of rooms in a building at the University of York. STEPHEN LEWIS meets the men behind Air Television
10:27am Wednesday 5th October 2016
TWELVE months ago Jacey Lamerton set herself a challenge not to buy any new clothes for a year.
10:13am Wednesday 5th October 2016
KIDS In America was high in the charts the last time I went trampolining. I remember pogoing to the Kim Wilde hit at a 12th birthday party, fuelled by Wagon Wheels and Irn Bru.