Edmund is only the fifth British player ever to beat Andy Murray. He said it was 'an honour as always' to share the court with the Scot.Read the full story ›
Britain's Kyle Edmund followed up his win over Novak Djokovic by beating David Goffin to move into the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open.Read the full story ›
After months of planning, the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire finally gets underway with stage one taking the cyclists from Beverley to Doncaster.Read the full story ›
The 23-year-old from Beverley has seen his stock rise since an impressive run at the Australian Open.Read the full story ›
Kyle Edmund continued his remarkable Australian Open run by beating Grigor Dimitrov to reach the semi-final.Read the full story ›
The A1174 York Road in Beverley in East Yorkshire is closed due to ice.
It is affecting A1079 / A1035 and B1230 Wylies Road / B1230 North Bar Without. The road will reopen when the gritters have attended and made the road safe.
Kyle Edmund's US Open run ended in tears when he retired with a neck injury in his third-round match against Denis Shapovalov.
The 22-year-old from Beverley was Britain's lone singles representative in the last 32, winning the first set against 18-year-old Canadian prodigy Shapovalov at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
But Shapovalov fought back to level and Edmund's chance went when he appeared to hurt his neck in the fifth game of the third set. Clearly hampered, he did not win another game, pulling the plug in the fourth set with Shapovalov leading 3-6 6-3 6-3 1-0.
It was Edmund's 10th match in 14 days after reaching the semi-finals of the Winston-Salem Open and his heavy schedule perhaps caught up him.
Shapovalov, meanwhile, becomes the youngest man to reach the fourth round of a grand slam since Marat Safin at the French Open in 1998 and has a great opportunity to go further in a wide open section of the draw.
Beverley racecourse has been named as best value course in the North and has seen a big rise in the number of race-goers.
Attendance at the East Yorkshire venue went up by six per cent this year with themed racedays proving very popular.
The course is expecting another great turnout for the prestigious Beverley bullet race day this Saturday, the last big meeting before the end of the season.
Police are appealing for information after a 9-year-old boy was bitten by a dog in Beverley.
It happened on Wednesday July 12 at around 5.30pm when the school boy was walking with friends along the footpath off Chester Avenue.
The dog was described as being a black Labrador cross whose owner was in his late 40s with grey hair. He was wearing a blue shirt and trousers.
If you are the dog's owner, or you have any information about this incident, please call 101 quoting log 473.
A cancer charity has teamed up with a sporting venue for the first time to protect spectators from the dangers of the sun.
Yorkshire Cancer Research has been at Beverley races this weekend - to hand out suncream to racegoers. It's after a dramatic increase in cases of skin cancer in our region. Michael Billington reports.