Fri 15 Dec 2017
ROTHERHAM United brought presents, Christmas cheer and even snow to Bluebell Wood.
By Sam Cooper on Wed 05 Apr 2017
A CAMPAIGN to reopen a police station in a town where two people were murdered will be discussed at a council meeting next week.
By Michael Upton on Wed 05 Apr 2017
ROTHERHAM health offficials kicked off April by launching two “streamlined” services.
By Sam Cooper on Fri 31 Mar 2017
COUNCILLORS and businesses in Maltby have teamed up in the hope of attracting more trade to the town’s High Street.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 31 Mar 2017
SPEAKERS spelled out a positive future for the borough at the launch of the Rotherham Plan 2025.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 30 Mar 2017
WORK will begin on Gulliver’s Valley after the theme park plans were given the final go-ahead by the secretary of state.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 28 Mar 2017
FUTURE plans for the borough will be discussed this afternoon (Wednesday) at the launch of the Rotherham Plan 2025.
By Sam Cooper on Mon 27 Mar 2017
THESE are the disgusting sites that have greeted walkers and drivers across Rotherham over the last few weeks.
By Antony Clay on Fri 24 Mar 2017
PROTESTERS against a controversial housing development will hold a public meeting despite being told they could be too late to make a difference.
By Sam Cooper on Fri 24 Mar 2017
FURTHER doubt has been cast over the future of Rotherham’s High Street with one of the largest town centre buildings put up for sale.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 22 Mar 2017
DEPARTING commissioner Sir Derek Myers praised “sustained improvements” at the council after the Government confirmed it will return more powers.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 21 Mar 2017
COUNCIL commissioner Mary Ney — who led Rotherham’s taxi reforms — will step into the lead role when Sir Derek Myers quits.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 17 Mar 2017
THIS is the countryside spot where a 60-metre fracking rig will be built for 24-hour gas drilling, under new plans.
By Antony Clay on Thu 16 Mar 2017
A CONFERENCE against the HS2 high speed rail project attracted dozens of visitors.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 14 Mar 2017
OFSTED has praised improvements in the borough’s children’s services — just over two years after branding them inadequate.
By Michael Upton on Fri 10 Mar 2017
CAMPAIGNERS who are battling to save ancient woodland from being torn down to build £46 million motorway services are urging the public to back a protest just days before a decision is finally made on the plans.