There is severe service disruption for rail passengers between Swinton and Doncaster due to a fire near Conisbrough railway last night.Read the full story ›
Tony Christie is back in his hometown of Conisbrough today headlining at the town's annual music festival.Read the full story ›
It might be 4,700 miles away from Amarillo, but Conisbrough has always been home to singer Tony Christie.
He's been down some avenues and alleyways over the last 50 years in showbiz, but he was back in Yorkshire to promote a local musical festival.
Adam Fowler went "through the wind and rain" to meet the main man:
Christie is headline act at Conisbrough Music Fest on 1 July. The event takes place at The Welfare Field in Conisbrough.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was injured in a collision in Doncaster.
It happened around 3am on Friday March 13, when a black VW Scirocco crashed into a telegraph pole on Buckingham Road in Conisbrough.
A female passenger suffered a head injury that is not believed to be serious.
A 25-year-old man was also injured and treated in hospital but later discharged.
Police are asking anyone who saw the collision to contact them.
Five children including a toddler and a baby have been involved in a serious house fire In Conisbrough outside Doncaster. The blaze on Don Street is believed to have started in a bedroom in the last couple of hours.
The situation is still ongoing with emergency crews at the scene. The condition of the children is not yet known.
Two men have admitted a string of sexual offences against teenage boys they groomed on the internet.
Anthony Marsh, 53, and Lee Davis, 39, both admitted conspiracy to commit sexual activity with children and also charges relating to grooming and sexually abusing a number of individual boys.
The charges Marsh and Davis admitted today involved a total of 10 victims -4 of whom were abused by both defendants. But the pair denied a number of other charges and a provisional trial date has been fixed for December 2.
Salesman Marsh appeared in blue shirt and no tie in the dock for the 45-minute hearing. Unemployed Davis appeared by videolink wearing a black T-shirt.
Marsh, of Menson Drive, Hatfield, near Doncaster, and Davis, of Rowena Road, Conisbrough, near Doncaster, were remanded in custody.
Police are appealing for information after an accident which left a pensioner with a serious head injury. The 77-year-old woman was crossing the road in Conisbrough on Christmas Eve when it is reported that a blue Renault Laguna hit her. The vehicle didn't stop and was later found abandoned.
The woman is being treated for serious head injuries in Doncaster Royal Infirmary.