Wed 19 Feb 2020
The schoolboy drag queen story has returned to the South Yorkshire stage - but is it a successful comeback?
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 18 Aug 2015
MAGNA has promised to serve up a bigger and better Oktoberfest when the event returns in October.
By Michael Upton on Tue 18 Aug 2015
EVERY dog has its day — and for two pampered South Yorkshire pooches stardom is beckoning!
By Admin on Tue 18 Aug 2015
WITH a new series of “Who Do You Think You Are” on BBC TV, have you ever wondered about the origins of your family? Have you an unusual surname and are there stories circulating in your family about members long gone?
By By Margaret Drinkall on Tue 18 Aug 2015
A LOCAL character familiar to the Rotherham police, magistrates and public house keepers was a man called Robert Huntingdon, better known as ‘Rotherham Bob’.
IN January of 1864 it was noted by the shopkeepers of Rotherham that there had been countless thefts from their premises of indiscriminate articles ranging from fish to cloth caps.
ON September 11 1880 Police Constable John Jerome Young was on duty at Rawmarsh, when he went past the Green Lane Tavern at 5.30 pm. Two men exited the public house as he passed, who he knew to be Peter Craven and Levi Adams. Shouting out that he would ‘fi
AN ART group is running two birdlife-based sessions next month.
THE House That Bess Built will be the topic of a talk by Maureen Taylor to Rotherham Archaeological Society on September 10, beginning at 7.30pm.