A man has been found guilty of murdering his 11-month-old baby son and then claiming the injuries were inflicted by the family dog.
Barnsley Council says library services need modernising
Finishing touches are being added to the £3.74m restoration project of Wentworth Castle's Victorian conservatory.
The number of vacancies for apprentices and opportunities for trainees has almost doubled in Barnsley and North Lincolnshire over the past year.
A report out today reveals almost half of businesses plan to take on apprentices in the next five years, compared with 36% this time last year. Rotherham also fared well with an increase of 47 per cent.
Exactly thirty years ago since it was announced that Corton Wood Colliery near Barnsley would close, a commemoration event has been held in Wakefield.
Former miners and their families gathered to hear guest speakers talk about the day that triggered an epic industrial struggle against pit closures.
Almost 200,000 people were employed by the mines in our region before the miners strike, today just 18,000 workers remain after seventy five pits were closed. Only two deep pits are still in operation in Yorkshire today at Hatfield and Kellingly.
Barnsley travel to Huddersfield tomorrow looking to pick up back to back wins for the first time in almost a year.
The Tykes know a win could lift them out of the Championship relegation zone, but come up against a Huddersfield team desperate to put on a show for their fans after a disappointing result against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend:
A gang of burglars attacked a vulnerable pensioner in Barnsley and stole nearly £13,000 worth of jewellery and cash from his home. The three raiders are thought to have entered the house at Manor Way, Hoyland, through an insecure window while the 73-year-old man was asleep.
They searched the property, waking the occupant who tried to confront the trio in the hallway but was restrained by one of them. The victim was not hurt, but was left shaken by his ordeal.
Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information about the burglary to contact them.
Detectives are continuing to question a 27-year-old man over the murder of Gary Collins, who was found at a property on Sackville Street in Barnsley last week.
A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a man was found at an address in Barnsley.
On Tuesday February 18, Officers were called to Sackville Street in the town were they discovered 51-year-old Gary Roy Collins after concerns were raised by his family for his welfare. Tests have so far been unable to establish how he died.
A 27-year-old man was arrested in the early hours of this morning.
Police say they are treating the death of a 51-year-old man in Barnsley as "unexplained". The family of Gary Roy Collins called police to raise concerns for his welfare and officers found his body after gaining access to his address in Sackville Street.
A post-mortem examination has proved inconclusive and further tests are being carried out to establish the cause of death. Detectives now wish to speak to anyone who has had contact with Mr Collins during the last month.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was critically injured in a collision in Hoyland near Barnsley. It happened around 4.30am on Sunday February 16 when a car driven by the woman along Broadcarr Road crashed into a tree.
The 24-year-old woman from Sheffield was taken to hospital suffering from life-threatening injuries.
South Yorkshire fire service say they have had several calls from the public about the fire at Glass Recycling UK Ltd in Carlton Road at Carlton near Barnsley. They have sent five pumps there and it is believed it is machinery that is on fire.
A family from Barnsley is counting the cost after thieves stole a specially adapted mobility car. Oliver Fayhey was born with Angel-man syndrome and relied on the car and its specialist equipment in order to get around.
His family say they can't understand how anyone could be so cruel, as Jon Hill reports