Mon 24 Sep 2018
UNIVERSITY Centre Rotherham welcomed its first students today (Monday) as the £10.5 million higher education base opened for the new academic year.
By Michael Upton on Tue 05 Nov 2013
COUNCIL gardeners will be working through the night to help sow the seeds of next spring’s blooming revival after their wildflower project was hailed a success.
By Admin on Fri 01 Nov 2013
RESIDENTS are being reassured that Rotherham Council is as “ready as possible” to deal with the winter weather.
By Admin on Thu 31 Oct 2013
MOTORISTS have been warned to reconsider their route into parts of the town centre at weekends as workman prepare to demolish the Centenary Way fly-over.
By Admin on Wed 30 Oct 2013
A MAN from Brinsworth died in a crash on the M1 at Leeds last Tuesday.
By Admin on Wed 16 Oct 2013
BUS operator First is inviting customers to share their views about its bus services at a Meet the Customer event in Rotherham next week.
By Admin on Thu 10 Oct 2013
POLICE have described the moment a train stayed on the tracks after striking a pile of concrete trough lids on the track as a “miracle.”
By Admin on Mon 07 Oct 2013
TWO lanes of the M1 will be closed each way this week as roadworks are carried out.
By Phil Turner on Sat 28 Sep 2013
AN ELDERLY woman is fighting for her life in hospital after being seriously hurt in a collision with a car.
By Admin on Sat 31 Aug 2013
A TEENAGER was allegedly punched in the face in a “road rage” incident last weekend.
By Admin on Thu 08 Aug 2013
THREE youths are being hunted by police after a brick was thrown at the windscreen of a high-speed train.
By Andrew James Martin on Wed 31 Jul 2013
THERE is no way to avoid it. It’s just a fact of everyday life. The roads are broken. They are dusty, cracked and infested with potholes.
By Admin on Wed 31 Jul 2013
ROADWORKS are set to trigger 16 weeks of disruption on one of the borough’s main routes due to work to improve an ageing commercial gas supply.
By Admin on Mon 29 Jul 2013
A ROTHERHAM man danced and skipped across three lanes of the M1 after urinating on the motorway from the edge of the hard shoulder.
By Admin on Tue 23 Jul 2013
ROTHERHAM’S £8.5 million railway station could be on track to receive a prestigious national award after being nominated for a gong which celebrates excellence in public transport.
A BLITZ on speeding will see officers conducting patrols on 14 of the borough’s busiest routes during the coming week.