Fri 05 Mar 2021
A COUNCILLOR lost his place on the standards board after ending up in front of the committee himself for comments made online.
By Chloe West on Fri 05 Mar 2021
A QUAD biker has been jailed for four months after he deliberately drove into the police officers trying to stop him.
ARSONISTS torched a wheelie in Bolton-upon-Deane over night.
THE FAMILY of a dad of one killed in an accident on the Dearne Valley Parkway have paid tribute to him, saying he ‘’meant the world to us’’.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 05 Mar 2021
A MENTAL health charity’s South Yorkshire branches have teamed up to expand support to the armed forces community.
A PARISH councillor secured £12,000 to help his village protect itself from future flooding.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 05 Mar 2021
CREMATORIUM bosses have promised to work with experts to improve the muddy conditions at a graveyard after a grieving mum’s three-year battle.
A MOTORIST has criticised Rotherham Council over delays in fixing crash barriers on a “dangerous, twisty road”.
AN NHS trust has won a national award in recognition of its apprenticeship programme, which has continued to run throughout the pandemic.
By Michael Upton on Fri 05 Mar 2021
YOUNG people are curating a new exhibition featuring everything from punk rock to TikTok – and they want you to help shape it.
By Chloe West on Thu 04 Mar 2021
A SPECIALIST NHS team is using Eating Disorders Awareness Week this week to remind parents and carers that help is available for children experiencing bulimia, binge eating disorder and anorexia.
By on Thu 04 Mar 2021
ROTHERHAM’S absence from the list of nine towns in the region to share £199 million of the Government’s Towns Fund does not mean the end of our cash hopes.
By Michael Upton on Thu 04 Mar 2021
THE daughter of a larger-than-life lawyer who became known as the “Rumpole of Rotherham” and the “legal James Herriot” said she was moved by the many tributes paid to him following his death aged 72.
THE coronavirus pandemic has wiped out ten years of progress in former coal towns like Rotherham – and taken a heavy toll on their less healthy populations.
SHOPPING giant Amazon showed its heart with a £2,000 donation to young carers in Rotherham.
CORONAVIRUS inpatient numbers at Rotherham Hospital this week dipped under 50 for the first time in several months.