Fri 15 Dec 2017
ROTHERHAM United brought presents, Christmas cheer and even snow to Bluebell Wood.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 12 Aug 2010
SCRAP metal firm CF Booth hope to use Millmoor’s car park to store up to 45 tube trains, according to new planning documents.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 10 Aug 2010
PLANNED transport improvements have been scaled down and delayed after Government cuts of more than £1 million in Rotherham.
SOUTH Yorkshire Police organised a day to remember for Bluebell Wood youngsters and their families, co-inciding with training the force’s newest canine recruits.
By Admin on Mon 09 Aug 2010
A CHARITY that provides interactive musical experiences for dementia sufferers is humming a sweeter tune following a £500 boost from the Rotary Club of Mexborough.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 06 Aug 2010
ULLEY Country Park is to open to the public—three long years after flooding threatened to close it for good.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 05 Aug 2010
VOTERS in Sitwell will today chose a councillor to replace late Conservative stalwart Michael Clarke, who lost his battle with cancer in May.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 04 Aug 2010
A WOMAN has been arrested on suspicion of illegal money lending following an anti-loan shark operation on Tuesday morning.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 30 Jul 2010
CAMPAIGNERS battling plans for a giant wind farm in Rotherham’s green belt believe the town’s taxpayers could end up footing a huge bill for the project.
By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 30 Jul 2010
THE COMPANIES selected to take over Rotherham's housing maintenance contracts will save £9 million over five years, a leading cabinet member claimed this week.
COUNCIL bosses have been accused of kicking small businesses while they are down after landing several with a £2,300 service charge out of the blue.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 28 Jul 2010
THURNSCOE folk will benefit from £1 million lottery cash aimed at places which usually miss out on funding streams.
By Naumaan Farooq on Mon 26 Jul 2010
OVER 700 garden loving enthusiasts turned out over the weekend as villagers threw open their gardens to the public for charity.
By Michael Upton on Wed 21 Jul 2010
Free parking in the town centre could be axed in the autumn when funding dries up, council chiefs have warned.
Council chiefs have vowed to keep key projects going despite having to make £11 million of cuts.
By Michael Upton on Tue 20 Jul 2010
HARD decisions, job losses and cuts to public services are on the way, the leader of Rotherham Borough Council warned this week.