The Old Library on Parkside Road, a community hub for residents and groups in Cornholme and Portsmouth, will be officially opened on Sunday.
Dementia and memory problems can leave older people and their carers in need of support and new ways to enrich their lives.
For the second year running the Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, has made the shortlist for the NME Small Venue of the Year award.
In the first five days of his Pennine Way walk, Richard Crossland has been clocking up the miles to raise money for cancer charities.
Todmorden’s community beekeeping group – the Bee Friendly Collective – is offering another weekend introduction to the world of beekeeping.
The Dean of Ripon, the Very Reverend Keith Jukes, has died just hours after he was admitted to hospital, the Diocese of Ripon and Leeds said.
Five times Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault said he could not believe the welcome he was given by schoolchildren when he visited Yorkshire ahead of the famous cycle race's arrival in the county next year.
Rotherham council has apologised over the way it handled a decision to remove three Eastern European children from foster parents who were members of Ukip.
A killer has been jailed for life for the "atrocious" murder of a van driver who he stabbed in the neck in North Yorkshire.
The Duke of York has joined veterans of what Earl Mountbatten described as "probably one of the greatest battles in history" for their annual memorial service and wreath-laying in York.
A two-year-old boy has undergone surgery on his face after he was savaged by a family dog.
Sex and relationships education should be compulsory in secondary schools as ministers are failing to take action to protect children and women, a damning report has claimed.
An air stewardess has been charged following the seizure of around six kilos of cocaine at Heathrow Airport.
Two men have been jailed for life for shooting the stepson of gangland celebrity and author Dave Courtney.
Warmer weather will make a welcome return over the bank holiday weekend.
The Todmorden Talking Newspaper is a service available to people who are blind or visually impaired to help them enjoy the pick of the stories from the Todmorden News.
- Cheers at the Top Brink as it is voted pub of the year
- Former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher was a “very nice lady” who paved the way for women, says councillor
- Running and walking both good for your heart
- Can potassium in bananas cut your stroke risk?
- The scooter boys - and girls - are back in town
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Weather for Halifax
Thursday 23 May 2013
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