Mon 01 Mar 2021
FESTIVAL fun is finally “coming home” to Rotherham this autumn – 15 months later than first planned.
By Andrew Mosley on Tue 12 Jan 2021
FROM Rawmarsh to Massachusetts and back again, from poverty to possibility, from a letter to the Advertiser to the publication of a biography that acts as a quickfire documentation of this town’s recent history.
By Michael Upton on Mon 11 Jan 2021
ROTHERHAM Rep’s Liz Cooper has enjoyed two spells with the theatre group over the course of 30 years. She talked us through her favourite shows, and revealed how one Civic run put her off oranges for good.
By David Parker on Thu 07 Jan 2021
A PHOTOGRAPHER whose work dried up in lockdown raised thousands of pounds for disadvantaged children and united her community by taking portraits of her neighbours.
By Adele Forrest on Wed 06 Jan 2021
A WALKER has reached the summit of a hill on the site of an iron age fort for the 500th time over a 42-year period — including 200 times this year.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 05 Jan 2021
IN THE 16th century smallpox was called the Speckled Monster and accounted for between ten and 15 per cent of all deaths.
By David Parker on Wed 30 Dec 2020
A LAMB born weeks before Christmas has been given a rather festive name by the winner of an Advertiser competition.
By Adele Forrest on Wed 30 Dec 2020
A NEW theatre initiative is looking for people who want to take a different direction in life away from crime.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 23 Dec 2020
LAST week great-grandad Tom Drury-Smith made local history by becoming the first person in Rotherham to be vaccinated against Covid-19.