The Kaiser Chiefs are Saturday’s headline act for this year’s Bingley Music Live festival.
The group will be taking to the Myrtle Park stage on the night of the late summer festival on 1-3 September.
They join Welsh indy rockers Manic Street Preachers who will headline on the Friday night.
Firefighters rescued a pensioner from a burning house in Bingley this morning.
The 75-year-old man was pulled from his home in Unity Street South at 10.25am.
The OAP was suffering from smoke inhalation and burns to his left arm.
A suspected fly tipper has had his van seized.
Council officers impounded the white Ford Transit that has been used to dump rubbish throughout the district, including Wilsden.
Now environmental officers wish to speak to the man pictured.
A headmistress has quit her job after a jilted lover sent topless photographs of her to school governors.
Architect Andrew Scott, 39, had a brief relationship with head teacher Joanne Fitton after they met on an internet dating site.
But bitter Scott, of Stanley Street, Bingley, posted the explicit images of Mrs Fitton, 39, to governors of Masham Primary School, in North Yorks, after she ended the relationship.
Police have renewed an appeal for witnesses after the death of a pedestrian struck by a car in Crossflatts.
Antony Brett, 51, suffered serious injuries in the incident, which happened at about 7.30pm, on 11 October, on Keighley Road.
He died in hospital yesterday afternoon.
A pedestrian is fighting for his life after he was hit by a car in Crossflatts.
The local man, aged 51, suffered serious injuries and is in a critical condition in hospital.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident which happened at about 7.30pm on Tuesday.
An author from Bingley has secured a book deal for her debut novel with one of the world’s top five publishers, HarperCollins.
Mary Jayne Baker has penned a steamy romantic comedy called The Honey Trap.
The tale is set within the morally dubious world of a tabloid newsroom in London.
The countdown to Bingley Music Live has begun and Bradford Council who organise the three day festival is encouraging festival goers to plan ahead.
Thousands of people are expected to travel to the festival in Myrtle Park in Bingley for the weekend of the festival 2, 3 and 4 September.
Bingley has excellent transport links with trains coming to the town from Leeds, Bradford, Skipton, Lancaster and Morecambe. There are also buses from Bradford, Leeds and Keighley that take you to the town.
A Bingley man suffering from terminal cancer fears he may have contracted his illness through exposure to asbestos at work.
David Greenwood, 66, is appealing to former colleagues from Ellison Circlips Limited for help after he developed mesothelioma.
“Mesothelioma has had a huge impact on my life. The treatment I’m undergoing has left me feeling weak, caused me to lose my appetite and left me relying on friends and family more than ever,” said David, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy to control the disease.