Thu 18 Jan 2018
THE youth centre co-founded by a man convicted of possessing child abuse images has closed while it works with the council’s safeguarding board.
By Antony Clay on Fri 19 Jan 2018
A PRINTING firm has received a boost thanks to a company which can recycle the equivalent of 20 elephants in weight of its scrap paper every month.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 19 Jan 2018
A SHOP owner says her daughter has been left too terrified to live in the flat above the store following a break-in.
By Antony Clay on Thu 18 Jan 2018
THREE-way traffic signals have been put in place on a busy road so that engineers can carry out emergency repair work.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 17 Jan 2018
FOOD premises aiming to improve their hygiene rating will be able to pay £150 for a re-inspection.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Jan 2018
A PROPOSED £500,000 canal crossing has been ditched by council bosses after proving a bridge too far with the public.
A TOPPING-off ceremony marked another major milestone in the construction of the £10.5million University Centre Rotherham.
By Michael Upton on Tue 09 Jan 2018
TWO town centre businesses are in line for regional awards.
By Sam Cooper on Fri 05 Jan 2018
STAFF at the Advanced Manufacturing Park should be in for an easier commute when changes to bus services come into force later this month.
ROTHERHAM has the fastest growing economy in Yorkshire and the eighth fastest in the country, a new report has found.
By Michael Upton on Fri 29 Dec 2017
A LONG-serving print worker has clocked off for the last time after 46 years in the business.
BUSINESS leaders raised £1,200 for charity at their annual festive feast.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 29 Dec 2017
A HOTEL manager who came under fire with a string of Christmas party complaints insists changes have been made to avoid a repeat.
By Michael Upton on Thu 28 Dec 2017
A MANUFACTURING base is showing all the signs of success with a triple triumph at a national awards night.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 28 Dec 2017
A REPAIR and maintenance firm built a bespoke Christmas cottage for children at Bluebell Wood.
By Michael Upton on Fri 22 Dec 2017
DOZENS of workers whose employers tried to force them into accepting a pay deal while bypassing their union were given the perfect early Christmas present when a national tribunal ruled they must be paid £425,000 between them.