Thu 15 Mar 2018
THREE hundred runners have now signed up to Rotherham’s first-ever town centre run, in just over six weeks.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 19 Jul 2017
LANDSCAPING works will revamp an area at the bottom of Corporation Street in Rotherham town centre.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 18 Jul 2017
COMMUNITIES secretary Sajid Javid has announced plans to return a further five powers to Rotherham Borough Council.
By Michael Upton on Tue 18 Jul 2017
DEMOLITION work is due to start on the former Rotherham Law Courts building this week as council bosses press on with preliminary work in their town centre masterplan.
By Sam Cooper on Fri 14 Jul 2017
AMBITIOUS plans for a cycle race - predicted to bring a £200,000 boost to the struggling town centre - have been punctured after council bosses put the brakes on its funding.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 14 Jul 2017
FINANCE bosses managed to balance the council’s books for 2016/17 - but are already forecasting a near £7 million overspend this year.
By Dave Doyle on Mon 10 Jul 2017
COUNCIL bosses have found a planning’s tsar’s decision to bin a plans to bar takeaways near schools hard to swallow.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 07 Jul 2017
TEN more 20mph zones are being added outside schools to improve road safety for pupils.
AN ATTEMPT to reopen a limestone quarry was blocked by councillors over road safety concerns.
YORKSHIRE Water’s plans for a 12 million litre service reservoir in the middle of a park will dominate the scenery and put off visitors, campaigners have warned.
By Sam Cooper on Tue 04 Jul 2017
THE police watchdog has begun its independent investigation into whether former South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright lied to MPs over the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 30 Jun 2017
A NEW anti-litter team handed out 1,403 fines in its first seven weeks - an increase of 11,480 per cent.
FORMER Rotherham council commissioner Sir Derek Myers quit as chairman of housing charity Shelter following the Grenfell Tower disaster.
FOUR centres for people with learning difficulties could be closed, under a £4.2 million savings package being considered by council bosses.
By Michael Upton on Thu 29 Jun 2017
IT was the week when Ulley and Catcliffe became household names - and Rotherham was left soaked by the biggest floods in a century.
By Antony Clay on Wed 28 Jun 2017
A FLY-TIPPER has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work in the community.