Thu 14 Nov 2019
TRAIN services will resume from Rotherham Central tomorrow — but Tram Train services are still unconfirmed.
By David Parker on Mon 23 Sep 2019
A POLICE officer who wrote off two cop cars worth £40,000, damaged six other vehicles and injured three colleagues in a 100mph smash has been fined.
By Adele Forrest on Mon 23 Sep 2019
THREE people were injured in a three-vehicle collision on the M18.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 20 Sep 2019
PLANS to reduce the number of firefighters per crew from five to four have been shelved — with bosses agreeing to look for other ways of plugging a £4 million shortfall.
By Michael Upton on Fri 13 Sep 2019
MILLERS skipper Richard Wood spoke of his disappointment at fans who kicked off in the away end as tempers flared at the South Yorkshire derby against Doncaster Rovers.
By David Parker on Tue 10 Sep 2019
EXTRA mental health support will be offered to the borough’s firefighters.
By Michael Upton on Tue 03 Sep 2019
SINGING legend Tony Christie is helping dementia charity Lost Chord to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a special concert at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium.
By David Parker on Thu 29 Aug 2019
A CAMPAIGNING councillor who has battled HS2 from the outset has welcomed a review of the high-speed rail link - but said too much damage had already been done.
By Michael Upton on Thu 29 Aug 2019
A MASTERPLAN being drawn up to regenerate Mexborough town centre could be unveiled within two months.
By Michael Upton on Wed 28 Aug 2019
CHORAL group Bel Canto return to South Yorkshire next month for a concert featuring works by Verdi, Handel and Mozart.
By Adele Forrest on Tue 27 Aug 2019
OFFICERS are asking for the public’s help to trace Maurice Dunn who has been missing since Sunday.
By David Parker on Thu 22 Aug 2019
POLITICIANS and campaigners have welcomed the review into HS2 announced this week by the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.
By David Parker on Mon 19 Aug 2019
MEMBERS of the public are being encouraged to recognise the professionalism, bravery and hard work of police officers and staff by putting them up for an award
By David Parker on Fri 16 Aug 2019
FENCING and a sofa left at the back of a house in Conisbrough were set alight by arsonists last night (Thursday).
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 08 Aug 2019
A TWO-week weapons surrender across South Yorkshire saw 67 firearms handed to police.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 07 Aug 2019
RURAL crime cost South Yorkshire more than £675,000 last year — a near five per cent rise on 2017, a report found.