Jenkinson Header Seals Double Delight for Filey Reserves

5 hours ago
Jenkinson header seals double delight for Filey Reserves. Martyn Jenkinson’s late header grabbed a 1-0 win for Filey Town Reserves in Monday night’s keenly-contested Scarborough & District FA Junior Cup final against Newlands Park Reserves at a chilly Queensgate. -> Read more at The Scarborough News

Newlands Close in on Title

6 hours ago
Newlands close in on title. Newlands placed one hand on the Saturday League first division title on Monday night when they won 7-0 at Whitby Fishermen. -> Read more at The Scarborough News

York Travel to St Helens in Cup

York Travel to St Helens in Cup9 hours ago
York travel to St Helens in Cup. York, the lowest-ranked team in the competition, will travel to St Helens in the sixth round of the Challenge Cup. -> Read more at BBC News

UPDATED: York City Knights Boss Relishing St Helens Clash in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Last-16

UPDATED: York City Knights Boss Relishing St Helens Clash in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Last-169 hours ago
UPDATED: York City Knights boss relishing St Helens clash in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup last-16. A LAST-16 Challenge Cup clash with Super League champions St Helens is a "fantastic" boost for York City Knights, according to coach James Ford. -> Read more at York Press

Lees Leads Fightback Against Notts

Lees Leads Fightback Against Notts9 hours ago
Lees leads fightback against Notts. Alex Lees hits 100 as Yorkshire reach 226-3 in reply to Nottinghamshire's 426 all out on day two at Trent Bridge. -> Read more at BBC News

Bus Delays on A1079

Bus Delays on A107910 hours ago
Bus delays on A1079. BUS services between York and the East Riding are delayed due to an accident on the A1079. -> Read more at York Press

The Top 10 Reasons Why People Love Yorkshire So Much

The Top 10 Reasons Why People Love Yorkshire So Much11 hours ago
The top 10 reasons why people love Yorkshire so much . WE all know it's the best place in Britain - but now a new survey has shed light on exactly what it is that people love most about Yorkshire. -> Read more at York Press

Vicars Get on Their Bikes for Pilgrimage

Vicars Get on Their Bikes for Pilgrimage11 hours ago
Vicars get on their bikes for pilgrimage. A GROUP of biking vicars have set off on the trip of a lifetime from North Yorkshire to the cradle of Christianity. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Wanted: Bid to Trace Man After Woman Assaulted

Wanted: Bid to Trace Man After Woman Assaulted11 hours ago
Wanted: bid to trace man after woman assaulted. POLICE have released an image of a man they would like to trace in connection with an assault on a woman. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

JAILED: Nintendo & Microsoft Crook Who Lived in Hustler Road

JAILED: Nintendo & Microsoft Crook Who Lived in Hustler Road11 hours ago
JAILED: Nintendo & Microsoft crook who lived in Hustler Road. A MAN living in a street called Hustler Road has been jailed for scamming some of the world's biggest gaming companies. -> Read more at York Press

£18 Million Project to Overhaul Power Network Between Malton and Whitby

12 hours ago
£18 million project to overhaul power network between Malton and Whitby. More than 100 pylons will be pulled down and 20km of underground cable installed as part of a multi-million pound overhaul of the electricity network between Malton and Whitby. -> Read more at The Scarborough News

Food Festival Builds on Its Success

Food Festival Builds on Its Success13 hours ago
Food festival builds on its success. ONE of the county's biggest food festivals has gained the backing of a range of well-known businesses as it makes plans for its AGM. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Northallerton Introduces Joined-up Education Path with Merger of School and College

Northallerton Introduces Joined-up Education Path with Merger of School and College13 hours ago
Northallerton introduces joined-up education path with merger of school and college. STUDENTS and teachers are celebrating after a new school and college collaboration has been launched. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

New Charity Role for Ex-prisons Boss Sir Martin

13 hours ago
New charity role for ex-prisons boss Sir Martin. A Whitby man who was formerly the director general of the Prison Service in England and Wales has been appointed chair of the UK’s largest dedicated brain tumour charity... -> Read more at Whitby Gazette

Local Doctor Surgeries to be Closed for Staff Training

14 hours ago
Local doctor surgeries to be closed for staff training. Two of the area’s GP surgeries will be closed for one afternoon next week for important staff training... -> Read more at Whitby Gazette

Car Headrests Stolen

14 hours ago
Car headrests stolen. The head rests from the seats of a BMW parked near the Abbey were stolen between April 4 and 6 say police... -> Read more at Whitby Gazette

Artists Invited to Grab a "Spot on the Wall"

Artists Invited to Grab a 14 hours ago
Artists invited to grab a "Spot on the Wall". UP to 100 artists are being offered the chance to secure gallery space in a seven week exhibition in North Yorkshire. -> Read more at The Northern Echo

Tools Taken at Farm Break-in

14 hours ago
Tools taken at farm break-in. Several outbuildings were broken into at a farm in Ugglebarnby and tools take including a Stihl Strimmer and a Dewalt Drill... -> Read more at Whitby Gazette

UPDATED: "I Only Did Half a Job" Says Yorkshire Centurion Alex Lees

UPDATED: 15 hours ago
UPDATED: "I only did half a job" says Yorkshire centurion Alex Lees. OPENER Alex Lees was his own sternest critic after his fine century had helped Yorkshire respond strongly to Nottinghamshire's 428 all out on the second day of the LV= County Championship division one game at Trent Bridge. -> Read more at York Press

UPDATED: Alex Lees Leads the Charge as Yorkshire Chase Nottinghamshire First Innings Total

UPDATED: Alex Lees Leads the Charge as Yorkshire Chase Nottinghamshire First Innings Total15 hours ago
UPDATED: Alex Lees leads the charge as Yorkshire chase Nottinghamshire first innings total. Alex Lees collected his third fifty in three division one innings and was unbeaten on 68 as Yorkshire came in to tea on 140-1 in their County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge. -> Read more at York Press

Yorkshire Make Positive Start in Pursuit of Nottinghamshire First Innings Total

Yorkshire Make Positive Start in Pursuit of Nottinghamshire First Innings Total15 hours ago
Yorkshire make positive start in pursuit of Nottinghamshire first innings total. Yorkshire openers Alex Lees and Will Rhodes capitalised on some fine work by the White Rose seamers to take their side to 62-0 at lunch on the second day of their LV= County Championship division one match at Trent Bridge. -> Read more at York Press

Furniture Makers Win Contract for Chapel at World-famous US Hospital

Furniture Makers Win Contract for Chapel at World-famous US Hospital15 hours ago
Furniture makers win contract for chapel at world-famous US hospital. A NORTH Yorkshire furniture designer and manufacturer has been commissioned to supply an altar and lectern to the Dallas hospital where American president John F Kennedy died. -> Read more at York Press

Weird Fish Fashion Brand to Open New Store in York

Weird Fish Fashion Brand to Open New Store in York15 hours ago
Weird Fish fashion brand to open new store in York. A NEW store is opening in York as a clothing brand launches its first branch in the city in a former jewellery shop. -> Read more at York Press

Estate Agents Continues on Growth Plan

Estate Agents Continues on Growth Plan15 hours ago
Estate agents continues on growth plan. A YORK based estate agency group has opened two new branches as part of its drive to create a network of 500 offices in five years time. -> Read more at York Press

Takeaway Owner Glassed Friend in Costa Coffee in York and Told to Pay £1,000 Compensation

Takeaway Owner Glassed Friend in Costa Coffee in York and Told to Pay £1,000 Compensation16 hours ago
Takeaway owner glassed friend in Costa Coffee in York and told to pay £1,000 compensation. A MAN threw a glass at his friend during a row in a city centre cafe which almost cost him his sight in one eye, York Crown Court heard. -> Read more at York Press