EAST RIDING: Police are visiting colleges across the region to advise students on how to secure their property.
Officers from Humberside Police will be at Goole College on Wednesday and the East Riding College in Beverley on November 19.
They will also be at Bishop Burton College on November 21 and the East Riding College in Bridlington on November 22.
Crime reduction officer Tracy Rokahr said: "These events will provide us with the perfect opportunity to engage with our younger communities and educate them on the importance of marking their property.
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"The days will involve me, along with other representatives from Humberside police and the council, marking students' property and showing them just how easy it is to safeguard personal possessions.
"We will also be providing students with a UV pen, which they can take home and mark all their valuable property with."
The sessions will be from 11am to 3pm.
E RIDING: A street in North Ferriby will be closed today
Woodgates Lane will be closed to traffic all day while the repairs are carried out by Morrison Utility Services, on behalf of Yorkshire Water.
It is anticipated the work will be completed on Monday, allowing the road to reopen on Tuesday.
A diversion will be in place during the repairs.
BEVERLEY: St Nicholas Church is holding its autumn fair at Toll Gavel Methodist Church later this month.
There will be a number of stalls, along with homemade cakes, soup and children's games.
The event will take place on Saturday, from 10am to 2pm.
HESSLE: Staff in the town's Sainsbury's Café raised £152 following a special charity coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Care.