Fri 10 Jul 2020
THE Covid-19 infection rate in Rotherham has fallen - but the borough still remains in the top ten of UK local authorities with the highest rises in new cases, according to the latest Public Health England data.
By Michael Upton on Wed 24 Mar 2010
WORLD Stop Tuberculosis Day is taking place today and NHS Rotherham is out to raise awareness of the disease.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 24 Mar 2010
AN ELDERLY couple were left shaken after a car crashed into their bungalow.
The collision, involving a Hyundai Coupe, happened on Lime Grove in Swinton at just before 9pm last night.
By David Beddows on Wed 24 Mar 2010
STRIKER Drewe Broughton voiced his delight after the Millers bounced back into the automatic promotion frame with victory over Macclesfield Town at Don Valley last night.
By Naumaan Farooq on Wed 24 Mar 2010
A GAP in the fencing along the banks of the river in which tragic Wickersley student Matthew Wilcox died has been closed following a campaign by his friends and family.
A SCHOOL community has been strengthened thanks to a new £12,000 family room, offering a place for youngsters before and after lessons.
By Amy Parkes on Wed 24 Mar 2010
REPRESENTATIVES from ten organisations offering support for cancer patients welcomed a share of £48,000 thanks to funds raised through a charity shop.
By Charlie Graves on Tue 23 Mar 2010
DRAMA group The Phoenix Players are on the hunt for a piece of a set for their next production.
By Amy Parkes on Tue 23 Mar 2010
A YOUTH theatre group is searching for two young men to take on leading roles in its summer production.
By David Beddows on Tue 23 Mar 2010
ROTHERHAM golfer Danny Willett carded another top-ten finish his latest European Tour outing.
By Naumaan Farooq on Tue 23 Mar 2010
EX-MILLERS hero Dick Habbin has told how he was beaten unconscious with an iron bar after confronting masked intruders in his home.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 23 Mar 2010
YOUNGSTERS from the Dearne Valley have been discovering the science behind policing on a visit to a museum.
POLICE have launched a clampdown on illegal off-roading at a Rotherham nature reserve.
BURGLARS will have a job on their hands getting away with break-ins in Rotherham thanks to a special gel being used in council homes.
HUNDREDS of mourners clad in pink gathered for the funeral of brave teenager Alexander Albiston.
By Richard Smith on Tue 23 Mar 2010
LIGHTER nights mean longer opening hours at the Rotherham’s household waste centres.