Fri 05 Mar 2021
A COUNCILLOR lost his place on the standards board after ending up in front of the committee himself for comments made online.
By David Parker on Thu 11 Feb 2021
A NIGHTCLUB-goer who was accused of sexually assaulting two women as they waited to be served drinks has been cleared by a jury.
By David Parker on Wed 10 Feb 2021
A NIGHTCLUB-goer was thrown out of a club after groping two women as they waited to order drinks at the bar, a court was told.
By David Parker on Thu 03 Dec 2020
POLICE are searching for a Rotherham man who is wanted on recall to prison.
By Paul Davis on Sun 01 Nov 2020
ONCE upon a time, many years ago, Rotherham United's Paul Warne and Stoke City's Michael O'Neill were teammates.
By David Parker on Mon 24 Aug 2020
OFFICERS are looking for a man in connection with alleged burglary and harassment offences.
By David Parker on Fri 21 Aug 2020
FOUR men have been jailed for their involvement in a street brawl in Rotherham town centre.
By David Parker on Mon 17 Aug 2020
A BURGLAR who was caught breaking into a town centre business has been jailed.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 30 Jul 2020
TOWN centre businesses feel a lack of support from Rotherham Council, the Advertiser understands - at a time when coronavirus is set to quicken the shift away from traditional retail.
By David Parker on Thu 04 Jun 2020
A MOTORIST who collided with a pensioner's car after driving the wrong way down Centenary Way has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 29 Apr 2020
QUARRELLING between navvies — which witnesses said could have escalated to a level similar to military conflict — brought a lockdown to Rotherham in 1838.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 22 Apr 2020
SEVEN businesses — including several pubs — have been served prohibition notices for operating despite the lockdown.
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.
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.