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The incident involved a white milk tanker and a pedestrian. Sadly, the pedestrian, a local man who was in his 40s was pronounced dead at the scene.
12-year-old fundraiser Brooke Murgatroyd-Gill recently walked Pen-y-ghent to raise money to buy an iPad for the Children’s ward at Airedale Hospital.
Police searching for missing 74-year-old walker David McCartney have sadly recovered a body.
A full resurfacing of the A684 through Leyburn is due to begin on Monday (November 1), financed by the Department for Transport’s Safer Roads Fund.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses after an aggravated burglary at residential properties in the village of Clapham.
North Yorkshire Police arrested 14 people and made safeguarding visits to 38 vulnerable people during a week of action targeting county lines drug dealing.
After three days of searching Keighley man David McCartney has still not been found and as we enter day four, Police are appealing for sightings of the walker
NFU has responded to news of a UK-New Zealand trade deal being reaches and they say its not good for the farming community.
Here are details of the stage by stage roadmap released by the Government.
The 2021 Cheese Festival has showcased the growing number of food and drink producers in the Dales. The Courtyard Dairy shop near Settle, for instance, said it was selling cheese made by four local producers – up from none a few years ago.
To many people, the best Christmas songs were written and performed in the 1970's. Who could forget festive rock and roll classics from Mud, Wizzard and of course the classic Merry Christmas Everybody from Slade?
The cast has been announced for the upcoming pantomime, Beauty and the Beast at the Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond.
Three children’s groups are to benefit from a book celebrating the 400-plus hand-painted stones created by children and young people in Settle and Giggleswick during the coronavirus lockdown.
The new exhibition at Gallery on the Green in Settle, which opens on 13 April and runs until 14 June, feature paintings of bothies - or mountain huts - by Horton-based artist Alex Pilkington. Appropriately enough for works featuring stone buildings, all the pieces in the exhibition have been painted on pebbles