Authorities warn of dangers of flash flooding as ann...
Makeover project begins to improve access to canal
Environment Agency warns of future flash flooding a ...
A vintage day as designers show off their wares
Flood-hit school set to celebrate bouncing back
Hundreds enjoy summer sun at open gardens
Todmorden to Hebden Bridge road re-opens after water main burst repair - but drivers warned they will face delays
The main A646 Halifax Road linking Todmorden and Hebden Bridge re-opened after a water main burst forced its closure for several hours this afternoon.
Mytholmroyd Marmaladies will host the WI Summer Ramble on Saturday.
A steady flow of customers helped raise £126 for the Eye Hospital at Jerusalem at a coffee morning hosted by the St John Fellowship.
Bus services and traffic is returning to normal in Charlestown after a burst water main caused earlier disruption.
Following the devastating floods in the Upper Calder Valley in 2012, significant progress has been made through a partnership of organisations, in the ongoing recovery efforts and planning for longer term investment.
The Railway is offering its punters the opportunity to try something different when it gives way free kangaroo stew.
Booth under 11s are looking forward to bagging their first win.
Hebden Bridge ABC’s Hatty Nylan finished her season in style with a unanimous points victory at Mexborough.
Todmorden GC’s Dave Stafford was in good form for the Halifax-Huddersfield Union side last Sunday.
Mytholmroyd go to Bradshaw on Saturday buoyed by a convincing success over ailing Foster’s Halifax League champions SBCI.
The success or failure of Booth’s season could hinge on a crunch trip to Thornton in the quarter-finals of the Parish Cup on Sunday.
Walsden BC will play this season’s remaining matches in the Halifax and Hebden Royd Leagues at Hollins BC.
Hand-made jewellery and bespoke clothing stalls plus free creative workshops are added attractions to this year’s Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
Mytholmroyd Marmaladies WI are cooking up and crafting plenty of competition fun for this year’s Mytholmroyd Gala on Saturday, June 29.
They say a man’s home is his castle, and our featured property of the week is just that.
Families and young people are right at the heart of the Hebden Arts Festival’s 2013 programme including an appearance by a pair of mysterious time travelling magicians...
Yorkshire-born writer Rich Wiles, who has spent years living and working in Aida refugee camp, Bethlehem, visits Hebden Bridge on Thursday, June 20, as part of a national tour.
Until midweek we have had a couple of weeks of superb weather for getting out of doors and not feeling we have to hurry as we do so!
The Public Health England map, unveiled today, uses a traffic light system to identify early death rates in local authorities, with red for worst and green best.
Does anyone remember the Yeti that used to stand in a shop window on Market Street in Hebden Bridge for a few years?
This is something of a balancing act. Like most people I’m reassured when I see someone out and about regularly in police uniform. I don’t want to see a uniform on every street corner or even every day, but I do want to see one regularly as it makes me feel good about the area. The other side of the balance is that local people want my team to be patrolling in places and at times when they’re most likely to prevent crime happening or to catch criminals. That may be at 11am when many people are at work, or at 3am when many people are asleep in bed. In that case we shall not be seen by most people.
Let’s start by making it clear that the huge majority of young people in this area are decent and respectful, making a positive contribution to life in the areas covered by this paper.
Midgley once again had its day in the sun as a good crowd turned out for the bi-annual village fete.
Miss Kim Green has applied to Calderdale Council for planning permission to reinstate a gate to the existing stone archway, at the flat above Old Oxford House, Albert Street, Hebden Bridge.
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Weather for Halifax
Thursday 20 June 2013
Temperature: 11 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: East
Temperature: 10 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: West