Fri 16 Apr 2021
A TEENAGER was cut with a knife in an alleged fight in Rotherham in the early hours of this morning (Friday).
By Andrew Mosley on Fri 16 Apr 2021
I BOUGHT some trivia games as the cold weather hit (clever journalistic attempt to avoid dating this by using a largely timeless temperature-related phrase rather than the word Christmas) and found myself becoming overly-competitive as the questioning finally commenced due to lockdown preventing us going out much and doing something more worthwhile.
By Michael Upton on Fri 16 Apr 2021
PUBS and clubs welcomed punters for the first time this year as one landlord spoke for many, saying: “It’s good to be back.”
NEARLY 44 years on, John Newey can still recall the sleepless night he had before guarding the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
ROTHERHAM’S oldest charity plans to set up new bursaries in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh.
LIKE many teenagers, Brian Jones needed to complete a series of challenges, culminating in a 50-mile trek to scoop his golden ticket to meet the Duke of Edinburgh.
PUPILS bade a fond farewell to a long-standing teacher as her final school bell rang after 34 years.
By David Parker on Fri 16 Apr 2021
GRASSLAND in Herringthorpe was deliberately set alight last night (Thursday).
AN “IMMATURE” thief who kicked and stamped on a vulnerable man with learning difficulties before stealing his backpack has avoided prison.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 16 Apr 2021
A PROJECT aimed at illuminating the public about Rotherham’s industrial history saw one of the borough’s most distinctive landmarks taking on a bright, new look.
WARM tributes have been paid to a poet and a performer who “put the ability back into disability”.
A FLY-TIPPER has been handed a court bill of more £1,700 for dumping rubbish illegally.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 15 Apr 2021
FREE weekend parking has been extended to boost businesses as Rotherham town centre comes out of restrictions.
By Michael Upton on Thu 15 Apr 2021
SHOPPERS flocked to Parkgate to celebrate the reopening of the big chains — and were happy to queue for their space on the shop floor.
ROTHERHAM listeners will be able to tune in more stations on their radios soon — and several of the borough’s broadcasters will have a wider audience.