Thu 03 Dec 2020
A CONTROLLED explosion was carried out in a park in Greasbrough today (Thursday) after police discovered two explosive devices at a property.
By Michael Upton on Thu 19 Nov 2020
A POPPY Appeal organiser said she was “blown away” by the reception from members of the public during this year’s collections.
By Michael Upton on Tue 10 Nov 2020
A VOLUNTEER who works to support people with dementia will find out this week if she has won a national award.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 12 Oct 2020
“BEARDED Villains” had all colours of the rainbow running through their impressive facial hair after taking on Bluebell Wood’s Colour Throw.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 07 Aug 2020
A RESCUED cheetah cub has been named in memory of Rotherham wildlife artist Pollyanna Pickering on what would have been her 78th birthday.
By Andrew Mosley on Wed 08 Jul 2020
Rosie Swale-Pope is no stranger to a challenge. In her latest adventure, the 73-year-old, who ran round the world, was heading from the UK to Kathmandu to raise money for the PHASE Worldwide charity’s work in Nepal when she was stopped in her tracks by lockdown. Advertiser editor ANDREW MOSLEY spoke to her and discovered her affection for Rotherham
By David Parker on Wed 24 Jun 2020
A BOY whose lockdown stone snake united his community has delivered treats to hospital staff with the funds he raised.
By David Parker on Fri 12 Jun 2020
AN EIGHT-year-old who decided to shave her head to raise money for the NHS has raked in almost £1,000 — and inspired her big sister to do it as well.
By Michael Upton on Wed 27 May 2020
A PERFORMING arts academy are back in rehearsal ahead of their next online song-and-dance spectacular.
By Admin on Fri 22 May 2020
Coronavirus is so much more than a health-related problem. It’s altering the way we live our lives and even, as ANDREW MOSLEY discovers, putting the work of animal charities such as Rotherham Dog Rescue at risk
By Michael Upton on Thu 21 May 2020
MUSIC students in Rotherham have put their talents to good use with a song dedicated to NHS heroes.
By Admin on Wed 20 May 2020
A SELF-confessed haircut hater braved the shave in solidarity after his brother was diagnosed with a brain tumour.
“FABULOUS fundraisers” were praised as Rotherham Hospice stayed positive despite losing more than £60,000 of monthly income from its shops alone.
By Michael Upton on Wed 20 May 2020
CARE HOME workers teamed up to recreate Peter Kay’s classic Amarillo video.
MARATHON man Ray Matthews said he was inspired by the positivity the Rotherham Virtual 10k had brought out in people of all ages and abilities as the event's fundraising total smashed the £8,000 barrier.
By Michael Upton on Mon 18 May 2020
STARS of the stage and studio showed their pride in healthcare superheroes with a stirring version of Proud Mary in aid of the NHS.