Figures obtained by a Freedom of Information request show that police were called about suspected criminal behaviour and anti-social behaviour at 38 Mayfield Grove on average at least once a month for the last decade, the Stray Ferret can reveal.
Police received on average one report per month over suspected crime and anti-social behaviour at a house on Harrogate's Mayfield Grove for the past decade, the Stray Ferret can reveal. Figures obtained by a Freedom of Information request show 255 reports were made to...
There are problems for those travelling between Harrogate and York this morning due to issues on the A59. Check in for details and more traffic and travel news.
Ripon’s sporting role model and local hero Jack Laugher is aiming add another Olympic medal-winning performance this morning.
With each tap of a bank card, £3 goes to Harrogate District Street Aid. Since the launch in October 2019, people have donated more than £14,000 to the project.
Harrogate Borough Council blamed the move on the event organiser’s event management plan when it released a statement on Thursday evening. One stall holders called it “pathetic”.
In what has become a persistent problem, eight cherry trees on the Stray have been damaged over the weekend. The Stray Defence Association says it is “despicable behaviour”.
Harrogate Borough Council’s new leisure company Brimhams Active came into existence yesterday. It says its aim is to help the local community become more active, and live longer, happier, more independent lives.
The group had made their way up to the roof of the school but when it came to climbing back down, the teenagers got into some difficulty.
Jack Laugher left last week’s diving disappointment behind him this morning as he earned a place in the semi-final of the individual three-metre springboard event
The roads are quiet so far on this Monday morning but it’ll pick up later. The temporary lights at Crimple Hall are still in place, watch out as there were long queues last week.
The fierce debate over whether Harrogate is in decline continues with one Starbeck reader saying the town is worse than his former home cities of Birmingham and Bradford. Another reader disagrees while a third says North Yorkshire devolution will not be good for the public. Send your views to email@example.com.
Members of the cross-party Makes Votes Matter pressure group were at the War Memorial handing out leaflets about proportional representation (PR) and speaking to passers-by.