Fri 23 Mar 2018
A DAD who waved a knife around near his child and hurled children’s toys at police during a two-hour stand-off has been jailed.
By Michael Upton on Fri 02 Mar 2018
THEME park boss Julie Dalton and charity founder Deborah Bullivant are among the speakers at an event next week to mark International Women’s Day.
By Admin on Fri 02 Mar 2018
SEVERAL British supermarkets have issued urgent recalls on products that have failed to list ingredients which may cause fatal reactions if consumed.
By Antony Clay on Fri 02 Mar 2018
A TWO-year-old girl who suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car has been discharged from hospital.
THE freezing conditions didn't stop arsonists in Wath yesterday (Thursday) evening.
A GOOD Samaritan was conned out of money by a group of motorists who she stopped to help and police are warning people to be aware of the "specific ruse".
A round-up of our readers best snowmen pictures
By Admin on Thu 01 Mar 2018
THOMAS Rotherham College has appointed its first ever female head.
GARDENERS will dig deep for Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity, to sow and sell a flowers and vegetables with a purple hue.
BLUEBELL Wood parents and carers will be enjoying more respite breaks, thanks to a law firm’s donation.
By Dave Doyle on Thu 01 Mar 2018
SEVERE wintry weather brought blizzards to Rotherham on Wednesday and Thursday.
ADVANCE tickets for this weekend's ale and music festival will be valid all weekend, organisers have announced.
WATCH organisers of Rotherham Real Ale and Music Festival announce the winners of the Champion Beer of Yorkshire 2018 contest.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 01 Mar 2018
A FRACKING firm’s plans to drill in Woodsetts have been recommended for refusal by planning officers.
CHILDREN’S services director Ian Thomas is to leave his £145,000 role in Rotherham to take over a London council.