Megan Garside speaks to local Hebden Bridge musician Terry Logan about her recent tour, right back to when she knew she wanted to become a singer and the journey she has had so far on the road to becoming the artist she is today.
In our latest programme: York has worse pollution than London - we hear from the Green Party... We find out what the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, was doing in town.... The York Mum who's raising awareness for a rare genetic disorder affecting her little boy... And continuing our Local History
With ten days to go before the wedding of Prince Harry with Megan Markle, our reporter Annabel Forster has been out and about in York to find out whether royal wedding fever has hit the city.
A 63-year-old man appeared before magistrates in York today accused of assaulting his wife in their home.
The attack was alleged to have taken place on 1st February 2018 when the couple had been drinking. The court heard that Lesley Jackson had fallen and suffered a head injury after what was
In our latest programme:
We report on one of York's most popular community festivals in Fossgate...
A York woman's behind a new network to encourage more women to get out and start walking...
And as part of our series to mark History Month, we go inside the City Art Gallery for a glimpse
It's National Walking Month, and a special walking group for women has been launched in York and across the world.
Glamoraks was created by York-based Melissa Talago (45), who spotted a gap in the market for a community that caters to busy women who juggle kids, careers and ageing parents but
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A bunch of old shipping containers get a new lease of life as Spark:York, the city's unusual retail and community space, opens its doors...
The weather was set fair for the Bank Holiday weekend for a change - but the police are warning people to take care...
York boasts many historic buildings, but the beauties of one of them remained hidden behind a derelict office block until the 1980s.
Barley Hall is one of the city's Tudor gems, with parts of the building dating back to the 1300s. It's currently playing host to an exhibition of costumes from