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Who's been before the courts in Scarborough?

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More than 50 trains have been cancelled between York and Scarborough in just four weeks

More than 50 Scarborough trains cancelled in four weeks

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Aaron Rose appeared before York Crown Court

Scarborough welder tried to sell drugs to special constable

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Author’s second novel out now

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Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament

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Pictured: Yorkshire snappers soak up the summer solstice sun

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Yorkshire heatwave: When it’s set to start and the weekend weather forecast

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Lionel Richie in Scarborough. Picture: Cuffe and Taylor

Hello! Scarboro’ welcomes superstar Lionel

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‘Please don’t kill baby birds with kindness’

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Secretary of the Scarborough Evening League Bernard Goulding, pictured with AndyHire directors Dean Thomas and Sharon Blackstone '''Picture by Richard Ponter ''                            183020

AndyHire’s League link is 28 not out

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Boss Steve Kittrick

Boss Kittrick happy with busy line up of friendlies

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Saturday League news

Ayton and Filey Town’s reserve sides join Beckett League

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Ollie Adamson

Ollie's Open ambition

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VIDEO DRAW for the Scarborough Primary Schools Partnership and Mark Barber Soccer Schools World Cup

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Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament

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BECKETT LEAGUE: Salt smashes 119 as Cloughton crush Mulgrave

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BECKETT LEAGUE: Heslerton hammer struggling Thornton

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Filey Inghams Fish and Chip shop . pic Richard Ponter

Dining Out: Inghams Fish Restaurant, Belle Vue Street, Filey

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Filey Inghams Fish and Chip shop . pic Richard Ponter

Dining Out: Inghams Fish Restaurant, Belle Vue Street, Filey

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This early picture shows the North Cliff area of the North Bay before the development of Clarence Gardens. The building in the centre was a wooden assembly hall. It was claimed that the hall could hold 3,000 people, and was described as a 'covered musical promenade' where concerts, plays, balls and circuses were held. The area was known as the Rock Gardens and the entrance opposite Rutland Terrace was by way of a domed Moorish temple just visible, middle centre, above the walkway. The building sat below Blenheim Terrace. Queen's Parade can be seen in the distance.'Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. 'Reprints can be ordered with proceeds going to local charities. Telephone 0330 1230203 and quote reference number

Nostalgia: NThe North Cliff area of the North Bay before the development of Clarence Gardens.

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