Demolition of the former Ripon library building has led to a chapter of issues for a prominent site in the city and councillors continue to call for it to be tidied up .
The look of one of the principal gateways to Ripon is being spoilt because of an abandoned redevelopment site, according to a local councillor. In its untidy over-grown state, with fencing that has blown down, the area on Skellgarths has been described as, a 'mess'...
Many businesses are finding ways of tackling the issue of food poverty and for a Ripon-based pie producer a link up with the charity FoodCycle is its way of lending a helping hand
The council appointed Pricewaterhouse Cooper to assess the best solution for the county and its report shows that setting up a single authority will cost a minimum of £18m and as much as £38m. The authority also predicts savings of up to £252 million over five years, equivalent to £50.4m per year.
Four women from Harrogate are cycling a total distance of 2000 miles in one month to raise money for a teenage dancer’s life changing surgery.
The staff at a home for young adults with disabilities have been told to try again in November and December but they fear that it will be too late by then as it will be in the middle of flu season.
For eight months the main route between Kirkby Malzeard and Masham has been closed because of a collapsed church wall, but repair of the structure is now in sight.
A crunch judicial review starts today into Harrogate Borough Council’s decision to choose Green Hammerton ahead of Flaxby for a 3,000 home settlement in the local plan.
The number of cases in the Harrogate district since March have passed 2,000. It comes after another 60 cases were confirmed today, according to Public Health England.
The charitable move, which hundreds of cafes and restaurants across the country are also doing, follows a controversial vote in Parliament. Check our list to see how many places are giving away food and essentials to those most in need this week.
The Wesley Centre in Harrogate is restarting live music performances after lockdown forced an early curtain for its concerts in March. These begin on November 2nd with a piano recital.
North Yorkshire public health officials have urged people not to hold Bonfire Night events at home this year in order to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
A Knaresborough carer wanted to boost the morale of her care home residents after hearing them talk about missing the outdoors. Several local photographers came forward donating images to bring the outside in for residents.