A Keighley project for people with mental health problems has appointed a new member to its team.
The annual community cricket match in Keighley has notched up £1,000 for charity.
A teenage driver who fled his car after a crash, leaving an elderly widow injured and trapped in her smoke-filled vehicle, has been convicted for his part in the smash.
Explorer Scouts from the Keighley area took to the water to raise cash for a hospice.
An international scheme will begin in Keighley next month, which offers a unique opportunity for volunteers to live and work with another young person from a developing country.
Raising the roof at Exley Head Methodist Church, Keighley, were these talented young musicians.
A Golden Jubilee party staged by the Friendly Inn, Stanbury, raised £436 for the Manorlands hospice.
Young wrongdoers are being steered away from a life of crime by a trail-blazing new project in Keighley.
This year's Keighley Children's Festival kicked off last Friday with activities for the under fives.
A disabled man from Keighley who feared he would become confined to his own home is celebrating after Bradford council agreed to install him a ramp.
Schoolboy Jimmy Cooney has sailed through a maths exam - four years early.
Painting by numbers was the order of the day as accounting staff gave a Keighley community centre a new lick of paint.
A new web site has been launched promoting Brontland.
This was the scene as hundreds of mourners including family, friends and colleagues gathered for the funeral on Friday of popular Oxenhope farmer and college lecturer David Mytum.
For 17 years he was speaker secretary, during which time the variety and quality of the speakers said much for his hard work, discernment and powers of persuasion.
A Keighley couple who were engaged within four months of meeting each other celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary yesterday.
Married at Keighley New Church were civil engineer Peter Roy Bailey and special needs assistant Lisa Ann Cromack.
A charity concert hit a high note as music lovers paid tribute to a "gentle giant" of show business.
Golf enthusiasts in the district are urged to pick up their clubs and enjoy a round to raise much-needed cash for the Bradford Lord Mayor's Appeal.
A guide dog has been learning the ropes by leading a walking bus to school in Silsden.
Firefighters were called to extinguish a car fire on Sunday night. The car was found between Becks Road and West Lane, Keighley, behind St Andrew's School.
Bus bosses and police have joined forces in a new crime-busting initiative focused on catching criminals red-handed.
Plans have been unveiled for new flood warning facilities in Silsden.
Detectives are hunting armed robbers who held shop assistants at gunpoint during a raid on a Keighley shop.
Bradford's business leaders have hit back at the latest Arriva conductors' train strike.
Judging has taken place on Keighley's entry in Yorkshire in Bloom.
The Oxenhope village fete was a giant-sized success.
The work of Keighley Domestic Violence Service has won praise from the Home Secretary in the House of Commons.
Keighley police are warning young people to avoid using their mobiles when alone in a public place. The message comes following a street robbery in Keighley this week where a teenager was attacked and had his phone snatched.
Robert McLarnon, of West Bank Close, appeared before Bingley magistrates on Tuesday facing two charges, of possession of heroin and possession of cannabis.
A Steeton motorcyclist died after his machine was involved in a collision with a car near Blackburn.
The Mayor of Keighley is calling on highways chiefs to axe their plans and save the trees in Skipton Road.
In 1894, novelist Aldous Huxley was born.
A plumber who indecently assaulted a 12-year-old girl while working in her bedroom has been given an 84-day jail sentence.
Hundreds of personal alarms have been given to Keighley people through the town's Neighbourhood Forums.
A couple married by the Mayor of Sorrento, in the San Francesco cloisters, are the Perfect match.
A couple who met while both were studying at the University of York were married at St Joseph's RC Church, Ingrow.
Airedale Hospital has one of the highest Caesarean birth rates in the north, according to a report just published.
Community leaders in Haworth say time is against them in a bid to buy a former school building for the village.
Glusburn Park could be the first in the area to provide play equipment for disabled children.
Prop Stuart Fielden has welcomed the return of hooker James Lowes to the Bulls line-up for their clash with Castleford at Valley Parade.
Eoin Jess was today expected to complete his switch to Nottingham Forest.
Mark Shipman will put the disappointment of a last-placed finish behind him today as he dives for Commonwealth glory.
Gordon Watson is thrilled to bits to be facing Bradford City for the first time since leaving under a cloud.
Brian Noble today spoke of his admiration for the job fellow coach Graham Steadman is doing at Castleford.
Cleckheaton's James Stansfield will be gunning for the wicket of Tariq Aziz, as the relegation strugglers welcome the title challengers.
Keighley businesses are being given the opportunity to become part of a ground-breaking youth initiative, while at the same time increasing their marketing profile and successfully managing "proof of age" issues -- without needing to invest a penny.
Flags Hotel, at Cullingworth, has completed the acquisition of the Three Sisters Hotel, in Haworth. The deal brings the two neighbouring flagship Bront Country hotels under the same ownership.
Skipton Building Society has appointed Sally Morgan, pictured, as manager at its flagship branch in High Street, Skipton.
Graded graders make finer timber, according to timber firm CR Taylor.