The violin found in a Bridlington attic that was reputedly played by the Titanic's bandmaster as the ship sank is to go on public display.
A studio assistant to the artist David Hockney has died in hospital after being taken from the painter's East Yorkshire home.
The funeral of Samantha Hudson whose three children were killed in a house fire in Bridlington more than two years ago will be held today.
Flood water has surrounded the area around Bridlington harbour and police say Filey Cobble Landing will be closed as waves begin to come up on to the road.
A woman from Bridlington has denied causing the death of her sister in a car crash.
Rosie-Ann Stone, 20, pleaded not guilty to a charge of causing the death of Jennie Stone by careless driving when she appeared at Hull Crown Court today.
Stone was prosecuted in February after her sister's car hit a tree on the A165 near Fraisthorpe. Jennie Stone, 28, died after suffering fatal head injuries.
It's understood the defendant was driving her own car when the incident happened.
The crash took place just months after their brother, Private Gregg Stone, was killed while serving with the Army in Afghanistan.
She will go on trial on January 13 next year.
Artist David Hockney is to be honoured by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art this weekend.
He is being recognised at the museum's third annual Art+Film Gala, which will be co-chaired by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Bradford-born Hockney has lived in California on and off over a period of 30 years and currently has homes in Bridlington and London.
Film director Martin Scorsese is also being honoured at the event.
The public will get their first look at the twenty million pound redevelopment of Bridlington leisure centre in a 3D walkthrough video. Work on the project will start next year.
A famous violin goes under the hammer tomorrow. It went down with the Titanic and reappeared in a loft in Bridington. It's broken and can't be played, but it's expected to fetch more than two hundred thousand pounds at the auction in Wiltshire.
A scheme is being set up in Bridlington to deal with drink-related crime.
Humberside are piloting a system of offering cautions. the Police arrest someone who has committed a drink related offence which they admit and has no, or very few convictions they may be offered an opportunity to accept a conditional caution rather than be prosecuted.
The condition attached to the caution is that they attend an appointment with an alcohol worker who will assess and discuss their drinking and related offending with them and offer further help and treatment if required
Nearly half of all reported violent crime in the East Riding is believed to be fuelled by alcohol.
The majority of alcohol related offences are at the less serious end of the scale and are committed by people who may not offend in other ways but who might be developing problems with alcohol.
– Inspector David Braysmith
What we hope is that the condition attached to the caution will make people face up to their behaviour, think about their drinking and the impact of it.
If they fail to comply with the condition, then they remain open to prosecution and if they continue to offend in the future a conditional caution is unlikely to be offered again.
Baby puffin 'Lucky Jim' was just hours old when he was rescued from the North Sea near Bridlington by a passing canoeist. He's being nursed back to health and cared for round the clock by a wildlife volunteer
At the inquest into the assistant to artist David Hockney the police revealed they ruled out any third-party involvement in his death.
Det Sgt Napier said there had been no criminal prosecutions following the incident.
Hockney's chief assistant, Jean Pierre Goncalves De Lima, told the inquest he received a phone call from Hockney's ex -partner Mr Fitzherbert after Mr Elliott's death, asking him to clear his room of "any evidence of drug use".
Mr Goncalves De Lima said he did clear Mr Fitzherbert's room but later told police what he had done.
Asked why, he said Hockney had suffered a mini-stroke last year and he was worried about the effect of this kind of "exposure" on his boss and his health.
Mr Goncalves De Lima said he was aware of some drug use in the house but added that Hockney was not aware of this.
The coroner, Professor Paul Marks, heard that Mr Fitzherbert went missing two days after Mr Elliott's death on March 17.
The hearing was told his solicitor turned up at a police station to report his concerns.
Mr Fitzherbert was found at a Bridlington beauty spot and taken to hospital.
He later booked himself into the Priory Hospital in London, the inquest heard.