It's sixty years tomorrow since one of the worst disasters in Scarborough's lifeboat history. The crew went out in a storm to escort fishing boats back to shore but the lifeboat capsized close to the harbour, killing three of the crew. A service will he held tomorrow to mark the occasion and commemorate all lifeboat crew who've lost their lives at sea.
It'll also mark the end of an era as the current crew get ready to move from the lifeboat house.
Watch James Webster's report here.
Eleven people have been charged with supplying heroin, after a number of early-morning raids in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
A group of 12 people were arrested on Wednesday, 19th November. One man, 64, has been released without any further police action.
Those charged are due to appear at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on 11th December.
Councillors in Scarborough will meet later today to discuss plans to control the area's seagull population.
Concerns were raised over the summer after a record number of complaints about the birds menacing locals and visitors.
Councillors in Scarborough will meet to discuss plans to control the area's seagull population
Concerns were raised over the summer after a record number of complaints of them dive-bombing and menacing locals and visitors.
Scarborough Sealife Sanctuary is having one of its busiest seal-rescue summers since it re-launched its rescue facilities in 2011.Read the full story ›
Police have named a man who died in a crash on the A64 in North Yorkshire was named as 22-year-old Alexander Paul Baron, from Scarborough.
He was a passenger in a car travelling near Tadcaster, which overturned and came to rest in a ditch. The driver, a 24-year-old man, was treated in hospital for minor injuries.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the North Sea at Scarborough in North Yorkshire. A high tide and strong winds are expected between 4:15pm and 5pm.
Two prisoners who absconded from an open prison in Doncaster have been arrested.
Damian Burns was arrested at a property in Scarborough at around 5.40pm (May 21).
Dean Jackson was found at a bus station in Stanley, County Durham.
Police had been searching for them since Monday.
Police are continuing to hunt for two inmates who went on the run from Hatfield prison in Doncaster.
Thirty nine year old Damien Burns, who's originally from Scarborough, and twenty seven year old Dean Jackson, who's from Newcastle-upon-Tyne absconded from the open prison on Monday.
Police have warned the public not to approach the pair.
Inspector Andy Everitt from North Yorkshire Police said: "As Burns is originally from Scarborough, it is possible that he may return to the town. I believe that he is a dangerous man and if you see him, do not approach him. Instead contact the police immediately and tell us where he is."
Police in South Yorkshire are warning the public not to approach two men who absconded from prison in Doncaster.
Damien Burns, 39, originally from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, and Dean Jackson, 27, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, absconded from HMP & YOI Hatfield on Monday evening.
The pair are not thought to have any ties in South Yorkshire so officers believe they may be trying to make their way back to their home towns.
Burns was serving an indeterminate sentence, since 2007, for a knifepoint robbery and Jackson was on remand awaiting a sentence for a theft related matter.
Anyone who sees either of the men is asked not to approach them and to contact police immediately.