A champagne and oyster bar will be among the new features of the restaurant, which has undergone a £250,000 refurbishment under new owners and renamed Catch Harrogate.
Famous Harrogate fish and chip restaurant Graveley's is to re-open under its new name Catch in a fortnight. The business was sold two years ago to Harrogate-based Catch Seafood, which owns four other fish and chip restaurants in Yorkshire. The site on Cheltenham...
The Tesco Express in Killinghall is expected to be built by November. The historic Three Horseshoes pub will be demolished to make way.
The cards, which can be pre-loaded with any value up to £500, are redeemable at more than 90 town centre businesses. A total of 392 cards were bought with a combined value of £17,200 in December.
When Kyrensa Bentley launched 53 Bo Grove in September last year, she wanted to create an independent bohemian destination for lovers of unique and quirky antiques in and around Harrogate. Now, creators and collectors can hold their own pop-up-shop in the store.
Was Ripon City Council right to spend an extra £65,000 on Christmas lights this year or could some of the money have been used instead to help struggling local firms, as one man has suggested?
The Charlie Bears, which form one of the best Christmas shop front displays in the Harrogate district, are worth thousands of pounds but the gallery is not in a rush to sell them.
Harrogate BID and the Stray Ferret have joined forces to launch a new online shopping directory to support local businesses in the run-up to Christmas.
The company is yet to submit a planning application but has opened a public consultation for the store, which it says will create about 40 jobs. It would be situated on the former Lookers car showroom on Knaresborough Road.
Georgia Eckert, of Imagined Things Bookshop in Westminster Arcade, says she usually takes a third of her annual takings in the eight-week run-up to Christmas, and questions why shop owners were given so little notice of Thursday’s shutdown.
Flood alerts remain in place for the upper Nidd in Knaresborough and the lower Ure in Masham and Boroughbridge. A butcher in Masham spent the night removing water from his shop to open today.
The Stray Foodie reviews her tasting experience at The Wild Plum, highlighting its vibrant atmosphere and her delicately presented food.
Police arrested the man on Leeds Road at about 5.30pm following a report of shoplifting from a store on Cambridge Road. He was arrested on suspicion of drug driving and later released but remains under investigation.