We look ahead to Get Online Week and speak to volunteers offering support in libraries. We highlight half-term and Halloween activities in our what's on section, showcase our weight management service, remind you of cost of living support in our Snippets - and offer a chance to win a family ticket to the fabulous new Scarborough Lights festival.
Efforts to tackle the digital divide in North Yorkshire will see hundreds of thousands of pounds spent on a range of measures after the cost of living crisis has compounded the issue.
For hundreds of children who have often faced the toughest start to their lives, fostering is an opportunity that provides them with some salvation.
Here is your quick guide to what is happening in your council and the news you might have missed.
October is always a busy month for North Yorkshire’s libraries – and this year is no different, offering a variety of good reasons to visit your local library.
An evocative new sculpture of the youngest ever inmate of Northallerton prison has been officially unveiled by descendants of her family.
The second round of funding for a North Yorkshire community grant scheme is open.
An exhibition at Skipton Town Hall brings together contemporary crafts by talented makers alongside our Craven Museum’s own objects, which delve into the rich tapestry of crafts throughout the ages.
A £1.5 million sports development on the edge of Thirsk has been officially opened by one of the town’s talented young footballers.
A local independent dog rescue organisation is among the many good causes in the Harrogate area receiving support from The Local Lotto, which enables them to raise funds.
Multi-million pound proposals to transform Scarborough’s historic West Pier have been heralded as a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” as formal plans for the scheme are due to be submitted.
We’re heading into that period between the summer and the festive season, but there is still plenty going on across North Yorkshire, from cheese appreciation to great jazz performances to family Halloween fun.
Local people who have taken advantage of our free adult weight management service have spoken about the huge difference it has made to their lives.
The new school year is now well under way and, students and teachers are getting to know each other and, hopefully, settling into new routines, opening the doors to new knowledge and experience and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
This winter, head to Scarborough to experience a new festive event, Scarborough Lights.
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