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The road safety team at North Yorkshire County Council is backing a new Think! campaign that urges children to stay safe on the roads.
People in North Yorkshire are being urged to make the most of their Halloween pumpkins... by using the flesh for food.
North Yorkshire County Council has launched a child pedestrian training scheme called Street Feet in collaboration with the county's primary schools.
Three teenagers from North Yorkshire will experience life on the green leather benches of the chamber of the House of Commons on Friday, 4 November.
North Yorkshire County Council has won national acclaim from Ofsted for the support it offers to families with children at risk of entering the care system.
Work starts at the end of October on a £500,000 scheme to repair damage caused to the Skipton northern bypass (A65) in last winter's severe weather.
Almost 300 householders in Thirsk slammed their doors in the faces of doorstep criminals this week.
For anyone inspired by the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are? to investigate their family history but wondering where to start, the North Yorkshire County Record Office is offering the ideal introduction.
North Yorkshire County Council is replacing lighting column controls along the Selby bypass so that lights along sections of the A63 will turn off between midnight and 5am to reduce carbon emissions and save energy costs.
As the daylight hours grow shorter and severe weather becomes more likely, plenty of advice is available to help you and your family stay safe and warm during the winter months.
North Yorkshire County Council is starting work this week to replace paving flags with tarmac on Nalton Street and Ebor Street in the middle of Selby.
North Yorkshire County Council is holding a second meeting for community groups in Craven on Thursday, 20 October, as a further opportunity for local people to express interest in taking over the Ingleton Middle School site for community use.
Bob Davies, the acclaimed catering manager at Easingwold School, has won another national award.
Children who take a school meal together often share news as well as food, so lunch time becomes an opportunity to develop social and communication skills in a relaxed manner while maintaining a healthy diet.
Helmsley Library is on the lookout for volunteers with cars to help with its home library delivery service.
For all those who are terrified of technology, Norton library is offering a helping hand.
Community leaders, members of clubs, societies, charities, schools and other interested groups are wanted to help promote the Love Food Hate Waste campaign to encourage people to reduce their food waste.
Harrogate Writers' Circle is marking its diamond jubilee by sharing stories and poems with members of the public at Harrogate library this month.
North Yorkshire County Council's Scrutiny of Health Committee has helped secured region-wide support for the retention of children's cardiac services at both Leeds General Infirmary and Newcastle's Freeman Hospital.
For anybody at a loose end and kicking their heels, Harrogate library is offering people the chance to find out about the range of clubs and activities on offer in the Harrogate area.
Harrogate's historic central library has been officially reopened following a £3.4 million refurbishment.
Selby Abbey Church of England primary school will have much to celebrate when it gathers for its harvest festival in Selby Abbey this month.
North Yorkshire County Council has today begun the task of complying with a court order to fell a beech tree at Main Street, Irton, near Scarborough.
Help is at hand for people trying to research their family history.
Parents of children who will move up to secondary school in September 2012 are being reminded that they need to submit their application for a school place by the end of October
Selby's shipbuilding past is being opened up to future generations through a vital archive acquired by North Yorkshire County Council thanks to an award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Drivers are being reminded by the County Council's road safety team of the dangers of driving in the dark after the clocks go back at the end of British Summertime on Sunday, 30 October.
North Yorkshire County Council's adoption service has highlighted its own outstanding success following recent figures showing that nationally the number of children being adopted was at the lowest level for a decade.