Wed 26 Jun 2019
A SCHOOL opened late this morning after being targeted with a bogus bomb threat.
By Chloe West on Mon 17 Jun 2019
TWO women, a man and a toddler were taken to hospital after a car being chased by police collided with two vehicles in Greasbrough.
By David Parker on Mon 17 Jun 2019
FIREFIGHTERS will be visiting lakes and reservoirs across the borough this week to highlight the dangers of open water.
ARSONISTS set fire to three cars in different areas across the borough over the weekend.
A WOMAN was rescued by firefighters after a flat caught fire in Parkgate yesterday (Sunday).
A FIRE broke out in the bedroom of a Rawmarsh family home on Saturday morning.
A SECOND man killed in a three-vehicle collision on the M1 northbound near Meadowhall has been named as Alexandru Murgeanu by police.
ARSONISTS set fire to an old settee that was on an East Dene last night (Sunday).
TRIBUTES have been paid to a "beautiful and loving wife and mother" who was killed in a collision near Maltby on Wednesday.
AN animal loving PCSO from Rotherham has helped a neglected dog get a second chance at life.
By Michael Upton on Fri 14 Jun 2019
A LANDLORD has been ordered to pay more than £5,000 after he failed to carry out vital safety works on his Eastwood properties - including work to correct fire hazards.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 14 Jun 2019
V IS for volunteers — dozens of charity, community group and other valued supporters took part in Voluntary Action Rotherham’s annual town centre walk before spelling out their celebration in All Saints’ Square.
By David Parker on Fri 14 Jun 2019
LGBT supporters holding rainbow flags gathered outside a church service on Sunday to invite controversial Rev Peter Hughes to their events - as the Church of England confirmed it was investigating his remarks about school relationship classes.
ECO-friendly pupils from Dalton had their passion for the environment fuelled by a litter-picking trip to the seaside at Cleethorpes.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 14 Jun 2019
A HEARTBROKEN wife has paid tribute to her “funny, noisy, colourful” loving husband after he died in a three-vehicle collision on the M1.
ROGUE traders are in the sights of council bosses looking to strengthen their ability to punish offenders after reports of flytippers advertising suspect services through social media.