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Scarborough’s greenery being ploughed into mud eyesores

A resident wants to see drivers who plough up grass verges be given community service to repair them. Damage caused to grass verges by cars and delivery trucks is becoming an increasing problem in parts of Scarborough, including Peasholm area. Huw...

Friday, 16:48 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

A165 accident rate in the top 20 in the country

The road connecting Bridlington to Scarborough and Hull has been listed in the top 20 dangerous roads in Britain. The A165 from Burniston, north of Scarborough, to Hull has been revealed as the 19th most dangerous road. Between 2007 and 2016, 1,393...

Friday, 14:32 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Get ready for Scarborough’s first ever Food and Drink Festival

Scarborough’s first-ever food and drink festival will be taking place in May. The free festival will feature cookery demonstrations and a number of stalls selling local produce. It has been organised by The Scarborough News and The Yorkshire Post...

Friday, 13:34 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

James Arthur to play Scarborough Open Air Theatre

James Arthur back and ready to play a headline gig at Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer. The man behind such worldwide hits as ‘Impossible’ and ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’ is bringing his stunning live show to Europe’s largest open-air theatre on...

Friday, 08:51 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Lifestyle: 10 things to do in and around Scarborough

Stuck for things to do this coming week? Here are 10 ideas. 1 Scarborough Food and Gift Fair, Westborough Saturday February 17 from 9.30am to 4pm Scarborough Food and Gift Fair will hit the high street on Saturday offering achoice of food and gift...

Thursday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

High Tides - February 16th - February 23rd

SCARBOROUGH FRI 16 04.32am 16.40pm 5.6(m) SAT 17 05.06am 17.13pm 5.7(m) SUN 18 05.40am 17.47pm 5.7(m) MON 19 06.16am 18.23pm 5.7(m) TUE 20 06.54am 19.03pm 5.7(m) WED 21 07.36am 19.48pm 5.5(m) THU 22 08.22am 20.38pm 5.3(m) FRI 23 09.14am 21.37pm 5.1(m)

Thursday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

High Tides - February 16 to February 23

BRIDLINGTON This week's high tide times for Bridlington: Fri 16 0502 5.6(m) 1704 6.4(m) Sat 17 0533 5.6(m) 1734 5.9(m) Sun 18 0604 5.6(m) 1806 6.0(m) Mon 19 0636 5.6(m) 1838 5.9(m) Tue 20 0713 5.5(m) 1916 5.9(m) Wed 21 0755 5.4(m) 2000 5.6(m) Thu 22...

Thursday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Get ready for Scarborough’s first ever Food and Drink Festival

Scarborough’s first-ever food and drink festival will be taking place in May. The free festival will feature cookery demonstrations and a number of stalls selling local produce. It has been organised by The Scarborough News and The Yorkshire Post...

Thursday, 14:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Boyzone to play York Racecourse

Music legends, Boyzone, are set to play York Racecourse this summer. The band are to play at the racecourse on Saturday July 28. Celebrating twenty-five years together, Ronan, Keith, Mikey & Shane are the second of three music acts to be named for...

Thursday, 12:30 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

UPDATE: Delays following coach crash on A171

Traffic is running slowly on the A171 through Burniston following a collision involving a coach and a lorry. Pictures show a coach blocking Mill Lane in Burniston at the Limestone Road junction following a collision with a lorry. North Yorkshire...

Thursday, 11:57 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

North Yorkshire Police not recording 20% of crimes properly

One in five crimes reported to North Yorkshire Police are not recorded properly, a new report has revealed. The inspection found that serious and violent crimes such as domestic abuse and rape are not properly recorded. In an assessment published by...

Thursday, 11:18 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tributes are paid to school’s ‘favourite’

Huge tributes have been paid to a Scarborough father aged 52 who collapsed and died at the school where he helped to inspire pupils. Nigel Hird will be laid to rest today after his shock death at Scalby School, where he worked as a lab technician....

Thursday, 10:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Texas to play in the Summer Sun at Scarborough

Chart topping rock band Texas will play a headline show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer. The Scottish band – who have sold more than 40 million albums in a brilliant career that has spanned four decades – will play Europe’s largest...

Thursday, 08:29 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Rail fans well chuffed as Flying Scotsman set to visit area

The world’s most famous steam locomotive, Flying Scotsman will be visiting the east coast as part of its national tour this year. Train buffs can see the Flying Scotsman when it makes its one-way trip to Scarborough from London’s King’s Cross station,...

Thursday, 00:17 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Teenage boys arrested after house is ransacked during Scarborough burglary

Police are investigating after a number of items of sentimental value were stolen during a house burglary in Scarborough. The incident took place on Garfield Road some time between 10am and 3.45pm on Monday. A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said...

Wednesday, 15:43 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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