Victims of what is believed to be England’s worst mining disaster will be remembered with the unveiling of a memorial in Barnsley.Read the full story ›
Barnsley Council officially launch its Warm Homes campaign today in an attempt to tackle fuel poverty in the town.Read the full story ›
Many roads will be affected during the preparations for the switch on.Read the full story ›
Officers looking for a 50-year-old man from Barnsley have issued CCTV images of when he was last seen.Read the full story ›
Police say Steven Jackson, 50, is highly vulnerable. He was last seen at around midday on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Barnsley owner Patrick Cryne will step down from his duties at Oakwell as he receives treatment for cancer, the club have announced.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after two teenagers were hit by a quad bike in Barnsley.
It happened on Friday October 28 around 2pm when the 13-year-old girls were on Barnsley Road in Goldthorpe.
Police said it is believed a man was riding a black and yellow coloured quad bike dangerously around the area before the collision.
One girl suffered a broken leg along with other minor injuries.
A 24-year-old man was interviewed by police and released on bail.
There are delays of up to 45 minutes and cancellations on Northern trains between Meadowhall and Barnsley due to road vehicle hitting a bridge earlier at Chapeltown.
One lane is closed and there is queueing traffic due to an accident with a lorry and a van involved on A1(M) Northbound between J36 A630 Warmsworth Road and J37 A635 Barnsley Road (Marr).
Congestion stretches to J34 A614 Bawtry Road / A1 / B6045 Bawtry Road, heading past Doncaster from Blyth towards Barnsdale Bar.
Traffic is also slow on the Southbound side as drivers slow down to look at the scene.
Former retail units in Barnsley will be demolished to make way for a £4 million community facility which will host a library.Read the full story ›