In this week's Press, read about how the owner of a Gomersal deli believes that a spate of burglaries that occurred within days of each other could be linked.
The Ginger Whale was ransacked in one of four commercial break-ins across the district last weekend.
Thousands of pounds' worth of damage was caused to the premises on Oxford Road on Sunday night, and the owner thinks it could have been the same culprits who broke into her shop that raided other small businesses in Birkenshaw, Birstall and Cleckheaton.
Grab a copy of the paper to read details of Dewsbury railway station's temporary closure at the end of the month.
Also read how two sports centres in the district could be home to some new facilities - plans to convert part of Batley and Dewsbury sports centres could be given the go-ahead next week.
Batley Sports and Tennis Centre could see a new TAG interactive obstacle course, with Dewsbury Sports Centre in line for new climbing walls.
Which TV hunk has been filming at Oakwell Hall and will appear on your screens next weekend? Find out in The Press.
In sport, we can exclusively reveal that Dewsbury Rams boss Neil Kelly has been offered an extension deal that will see him stay at the club until 2020.
We spoke to Batley assistant coach Danny Maun who was full of praise for full-back David Scott after he was named in the Scotland squad for the Rugby League World Cup.
Also find out more about the latest man to join the Bulldogs.
Former Bulldog and Dewsbury Celtic forward Alex Walmsley will also be at the World Cup after being including in the 24-man England squad. The tournament that will take place across Australia, New Zealand and Papa New Guinea later this month.
We also have reports from all the local football action as Ossett Albion continue to show promise, plus boxing, bowls and even Aussie Rules!
And our resident racing expert Mike Smith has the low-down on all the weekend's racing action.