Mon 15 Oct 2018
A KNIFE-wielding robber threatened staff at a charity shop before making his escape on a child’s scooter – and cops believe the man pictured could help with their enquiries.
By Michael Upton on Mon 15 Oct 2018
SLIP roads and stretches of motorway will be affected by roadworks over the coming week.
By Adele Forrest on Mon 15 Oct 2018
A SUPERMARKET boss has appealed for help tracking down his stolen car.
VISIONARY plans to transform Wentworth Woodhouse into a world-class visitor attraction and put Rotherham on the map are to be unveiled at Downing Street.
By David Parker on Mon 15 Oct 2018
A VAN and a pile of tyres were destroyed by arsonists over the weekend.
By Admin on Fri 12 Oct 2018
Ex-ROTHERHAM rugby titan Simon Bunting is facing a possible jail sentence after laying into revellers and door staff during a drunken brawl at a seaside pub.
By Michael Upton on Fri 12 Oct 2018
EVEN more Mexborough homes are in line for demolition under HS2 than previously planned, according to new documents which have outraged the town’s councillors.
By David Parker on Fri 12 Oct 2018
A TAXI driver who sexually abused a vulnerable teenage girl living in a care home has been jailed for nine years.
A BURGLAR who broke into a town centre block of flats has been given a 12-month community order.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 12 Oct 2018
A WOMAN who let two dogs starve to death in her home has been banned from keeping pets for a decade.
PENSIONERS experiencing anxiety, low mood and depression are being urged to try a free talking therapy service.
RETIRED Advertiser journalist Charlie Graves has appealed for help in tracing two off-duty nurses who saved his life after he suffered a heart attack in the street.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Oct 2018
PLANS for a new restaurant — and the expansion of another — have been passed as developers’ appetites grow for more food and drink outlets in Wickersley.
A COUNCIL lorry got stuck in the proposed access road for a controversial housing development — just as planners were visiting to check the site’s suitability.
PLANS for log cabins and shops to support a pond area used by anglers have been rejected over greenbelt and highways concerns.
THERE’S no time for slacking as we make a final call for support for our Chuckle Square campaign.