Mon 21 Sep 2020
A 41-YEAR-old man has admitted to stabbing his estranged wife, who worked at Rotherham Hospital, to death with a machete at their home earlier this year.
By Chloe West on Thu 27 Aug 2020
COVID-19 infection rates in Rotherham have dropped dramatically in the last week, according to latest figures.
By David Parker on Thu 27 Aug 2020
A MAN has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of two arson attacks which caused more than £13,000 of damage.
FIREFIGHTERS rescued a woman from a building in Parkgate in the early hours of this morning (Thursday).
By David Parker on Wed 26 Aug 2020
AN EVENTS organiser has spoken of her anger after Rotherham Council banned her outdoor summer market — organised to help traders get back on their feet — with days to spare.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 26 Aug 2020
ANOTHER slice of Rotherham’s heritage meets its end — as the mid-17th century Olde Hall in Bramley is razed for housing.
A BENCH designed to encourage people of all ages to meet and connect with nature has been officially opened.
By Admin on Wed 26 Aug 2020
POLICE working with ex-offenders thanked a foodbank for helping prevent desperate people from turning back to crime during Covid-19.
A NEW service aims to be a lifeline for vulnerable young people missing out on support because of the pandemic.
A PARROT which was left dumped at a bus stop is being nursed back to health by an animal rescue charity.
By Chloe West on Wed 26 Aug 2020
A CARE village has bucked the trend and kept its three homes coronavirus free throughout the pandemic, with staff going the extra mile to keep residents entertained throughout lockdown.
BURGLARS stole large tools and equipment from a farm building in Firbeck last night (Tuesday).
By Adele Forrest on Wed 26 Aug 2020
TWO arrests have been made as part of an investigation into the abuse of four girls in Rotherham, alleged to have taken place around 20 years ago.
A NIGHTCLUB-goer who glassed a woman and tore hair extensions out of another has been spared a jail sentence.
A FORMER engineer taking over as chairman of Bluebell Wood says there can be no greater motivation than helping children nearing the end of their lives.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 25 Aug 2020
ROTHERHAM town centre was dealt another blow as the Co-op announced plans to shut its bank on Bridgegate.