Darlington 1 AFC Telford United 0
“GLORIOUS runs and safe returns” was the motto scribbled joyfully across the back of Scott’s Greys coaches as they took thousands of happy holidaymakers and delighted daytrippers on carefree adventures.
MIDDLESBROUGH’S survival hopes are all but extinguished after they crashed to a 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth that leaves them nine points adrift of safety.
JEFF STELLING has quit as Hartlepool United president.
HOW Boro fans have been reacting to the defeat at Bournemouth and the very real prospect of relegation to the Championship.
HARTLEPOOL UNITED dropped into the League Two relegation places as they slumped to a woeful 2-0 home defeat to Barnet.
MIDDLESBROUGH’S calamitous season plunged to a new low as they were ripped apart by a rampant Bournemouth.
A NEW Teesdale brewer has been given the go-ahead to sell his creations on-site.
The curlers, headscarf and pinny worn by Coronation Street battleaxe Hilda Ogden are set to go under the hammer.
BUS lovers are in for a treat tomorrow when they can take a tip down memory lane a fleet of vintage vehicles take to the roads.
STEVE AGNEW has shuffled his formation again for Middlesbrough's Premier League game at Bournemouth.
Sports Editor Nick Loughlin reports live from Victoria Park as Hartlepool take on Barnet.
Chief Sports Writer Scott Wilson reports live from Dean Court as Middlesbrough take on Bournemouth.
Deputy Sports Editor Craig Stoddart reports live from Blackwell Meadows as Darlington take on AFC Telford United.
TEST batsmen Keaton Jennings and Stephen Cook staged an unbroken half century stand to defy Gloucestershire's new ball bowlers on the second day of the Specsavers County Championship Division Two match at Bristol.
GUNS thundered over the ancient capital of the North as the British Army celebrated the Queen's birthday.
A RALLYING call has been issued to get as many people as possible to sign up to a challenging walk to raise essential funds for a lifesaving charity.
A JUDGE has sent two teenage boys to a youth detention centre after they caused more than £20,000 of damage to a building.
A ROGUE trader who "coerced" a homeowner into buying incorrectly labelled fish has been ordered to pay compensation.
MOTORISTS are facing disruption after a trailer which was attached to a tractor came loose.
A TRAIN operating company has announced its outline timetable for train services that will run during RMT industrial action next week.
A NEW running club has been launched to encourage people of all ages and abilities to pull on their trainers and get moving.
WORLD famous locomotive Flying Scotsman will travel alongside three modern trains to celebrate the "past, present and future" of Britain's railway.
After three wonderful days at Aintree for the Grand National, all eyes turn to Ayr for the Scottish equivalent and a maximum field of 30 going forward for this afternoon’s race, and BetVictor betting the race to five places for each way punters.
NOBODY was to blame for the death of a young mother just hours into the New Year, an inquest heard.
A RIVERSIDE construction project has beaten dozens of rival schemes to win a major regeneration award.
A ONE-LEGGED golfer took on an astonishing winning shot by twisting his prosthetic limb at the knee joint so he could play a crucial ball out of a ditch.
Darlington who finished fourth last season, get the 125th season of the Darlington Building Society NYSD ECB Premier League underway, when they travel to Hartlepool today.
In the NEPL, champions Chester-Le-Street travel to Newcastle and will be unchanged from last week. Skipper John Coxon said: “We played well last week and Newcastle will be strong as usual and we are excited about the game and looking forward to the…
RAFAEL BENITEZ thinks the English Football League has risked unnecessary controversy ahead of a round of fixtures that could end with Newcastle United being assured of a place in the Premier League.
THREE GAMES remaining, three games to save their Football League status and Dave Jones wants a United Hartlepool.
RUDY GESTEDE returns to the scene of his one and only Premier League victory, with the Middlesbrough camp hoping lightning strikes twice at the Vitality Stadium.
HE might have opened up with a five-match winless run as head coach, yet Steve Agnew is even more adamant he can succeed in frontline management ahead of a crucial five days for Middlesbrough.
A DISABLED pensioner’s trip to buy buttons for a cardigan left her counting the cost after she was hit with a £35 parking fine.
A TOWN centre leisure complex has scooped a top accolade in the region’s property awards.
PINCHER April 15, Harry aged 70 years of Bishop Auckland. Beloved husband of the late Kath, loving father to Marion and Sarah, respected father-in-law to Neil and Paul. Devoted granda to Ellie, Clark and Blake, also a dear brother and a good friend to…
HUMBLE April 16 of West Cornforth, Elsie, aged 98 years. Dearly loved wife and friend. Would friends please meet at Holy Trinity Church, West Cornforth Thursday, April 27 for a service at 11.00a.m, followed by interment in churchyard.
GORMAN John On April 19, peacefully at home with his family John aged 91 years (of Greatham, Hartlepool). Dearly loved husband of Shirley, much loved dad of Patricia and Shaun, cherished and devoted granda of Alice, father-in-law of Michael, brother of…
WEIGHELL Elizabeth Mary Peacefully at home on April 14 aged 79 years, surrounded by her family after a short illness bravely borne. Dearly beloved wife of John, devoted mother of Martin, Heather and Gill, and a dear mother-in-law to Paula and Jeff.…
THOMSON Jane On April 17, peacefully at home in Sowerby Jane aged 87 years. A dearly loved wife of Sandy and a much loved mother, grandma and great-grandma. Will friends please meet for service at Darlington Crematorium on Friday April 28, for 2.15pm.…
WALLACE Stuart, aged 64 years of Middleton in Teesdale, died suddenly whilst on holiday in the Maldives, Asia on April 4. Loving husband to Louie, devoted father to Neil and Scott, dear father-in-law to Alison and Rebecca, treasured Grandad to Megan,…
HODGSON Maurice On April 19, suddenly aged 72 years of Gresham Close, Darlington. Beloved husband of Sheila, dearly loved dad of Joanne and Steve and Neil and Lisa also a loving grandad to Jessica and Amy. Funeral Friday, May 28. Would family and…
MARLEY Anne Arnold and family would like to say thank you to all relatives and friends for all the cards and wonderful tributes paid to Anne since her sad and untimely death. Also thanks for all the donations given to the RVI Hospital and The Great…
NICHOL Joanne (nee Singleton) The family of the late Joanne would like to thank all family and friends for their practical and emotional help at this sad time. Special thanks to Reverend Vince Fenton and Gibsons Funeral Services for their guidance, to…
EVANS (Richmond) The family of the late Ros would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness, sympathy, cards and flowers received during their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Mams carers and the Friary Hospital, Richmond…
CHEDZEY Ron and the family of the late Kathleen would like to thank all relatives friends and neighbours for the kindness and sympathy shown to them during their recent sad bereavement. Grateful thanks also for the cards of condolence and donations…
Jenny Hollingworth Happy 70th Birthday Mam Have a lovely day Lots of love from all the family x
RICHARDSON April 14, of Spennymoor, Betty (nee Heslington), aged 85 years. A dearly loved Mam, Nanna, Great-Nanna and Aunt. Would family and friends please meet in St Andrew's Church, Spennymoor, Thursday April 27 for a service at 1.40pm. Followed by…
Derek SAVAGE Sunday April 23 Happy 80th Birthday Have a good day Love Joy xx