Thu 04 Jun 2020
COMEDY legend and proud Rotherham son Paul Chuckle has backed our Restarting Rotherham campaign, as the town looks to emerge from lockdown.
By Chloe West on Thu 19 Mar 2020
FIND the brightest, most unique odd socks in your drawer and pair them together ready for World Down's Syndrome Day tomorrow.
A SENSORY service for the deaf and blind has pledged to deliver medication, meals and other essentials to clients.
PHONE your GP first — that is the message from Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group to people seeking advice as practices aim to minimise face-to-face contact with patients.
SUSPENDING services and protecting the most vulnerable are among the measures Rotherham Council are taking to keep the public safe during the coronavirus crisis.
By Michael Upton on Thu 19 Mar 2020
SCHOOLS across Rotherham will close at the end of tomorrow "for the foreseeable future" in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
HALF of the people in Yorkshire are not always following Government advice and regularly washing their hands for 20 seconds, a study conducted this week has found.
By Chloe West on Wed 18 Mar 2020
A SECOND Rotherham school pupil and their family has been told to self-isolate after a parent tested positive for the coronavirus.
By Michael Upton on Wed 18 Mar 2020
ROTHERHAM Council has closed the Civic Theatre and suspended the Mayor’s diary — but has yet to send Riverside House staff home.
By Adele Forrest on Tue 17 Mar 2020
A FOOD drop-off point for isolated pensioners has received tens of donations — but help is needed to get it to those in-need.
By David Parker on Tue 17 Mar 2020
THE HEAD chef at a town centre bistro said he would be better off financially if he was told to close his cafe by the Government.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 17 Mar 2020
FRAUDSTERS have been trying to con people out of cash by offering coronavirus case information, police have revealed.
A SPECIAL school has announced it will close after today (Tuesday) for pupils — which could last for a “number of weeks”.
STALLHOLDERS at Rotherham's indoor market were fearful about what the future could hold this morning (Tuesday).
TRADERS at Rotherham Market were trying to stay positive this morning (Tuesday) amid fears about a potential coronavirus lockdown.
A SWEET shop owner is preparing packages of essential food items for the elderly to help them through a potential lock-down.