Sharon Green was overwhelmed to find a poem penned by Peter Fearnley on the railings on the anniversary of her daughter's death.
Carl Hartley, 32, of Swadlincote, Derbyshire, smashed his grey £180,000 Ferrari 458 Italia into a Porsche 718 Cayman GTS worth £80,000, owned by Henry James Hibbs.
People were stranded in the Meadowhall shopping centre after the nearby River Don burst its banks.
Gareth Arnold, who worked for Sheffield Hallam Independent MP Jared O'Mara, resigned using his boss's Twitter account and branding him "morally bankrupt".
Sarah Barrass, 34, and Tristan Barrass, 37, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates' Court accused of murdering Blake and Tristan Barrass, 14 and 13, in Sheffield.
Police arrest teenage boy after 15-year-old was stabbed to death in latest Sheffield knife killing
Three men described as cold-blooded killers, have been jailed for life for the murder of Aseel Al-Essaie in Sheffield last year
Nick Matthewman was celebrating his 20th birthday in the pub chain yesterday (20th Sept) when his friend Rory McArthur, 19, encouraged people on Twitter to use the app - which allows you to buy food and drink at your table.
A 92-year-old war hero has shamed British Gas for sending her a letter that was riddled with embarrassing spelling errors. Dorothy Edwards, who survived German bullets in WWII when her airfield was attacked by a raiding German fighter, knows a thing or two about bravery. The Women’s Auxiliary Air Force member saved the lives of her colleagues by urging them to shelter under a tree so she thought nothing of confronting the energy giant over its ‘gobbledygook’ letter.
Cars who go above 60mph on the M1 could face fines after proposals were made to drop the speed limit in an effort to combat pollution. Highways England have put forward plans to cut the speed limit between junctions 32 and 35a, near Sheffield in South Yorkshire, the busiest stretch of the motorway. If the trial is successful, it will pave the way for the first pollution-linked speed limit in Britain to be enforced every day between 7am and 7pm.
Worried parents of pupils at a Sheffield school where 40% of children called in sick have demanded it be closed for a “thorough deep clean”. On Thursday 166 of the 407 pupils who attend Intake Primary School were off ill due to a vomiting virus.
A one-eyed cat has been reunited with her delighted owner after she went missing 11 YEARS ago. Terrie Mitchell had resigned herself to never seeing her pet cat Chloe again after she vanished from their home in Sheffield in 2005. Chloe came to live with Ms Mitchell, 34, when she was 21-year-old and still living at home with her mum, Jean.
Shoppers in a branch of Wilko were shocked when a man used a pair of bolt cutters to cut off his big toe - before reportedly EATING it in front of them. Eyewitnesses inside the the Sheffield branch of the household store said the man grabbed the cutters from the shelf in the electrical aisle before mutilating his foot. One horrified onlooker said: “A man went into Wilkinson’s Haymarket, went upstairs to the electrical aisle, picked up some bolt cutters, chopped his big toe off and stood eating it.
Speaking about the horrific ordeal, Gareth said: "I don’t think I’m going to have to marry Jen to prove my loyalty any more. My only concern was the safety of Jen and Rio. "The man was being quite aggressive towards Jen during the journey – and I told him he should stop.
A sinkhole that stopped traffic in Sheffield may have been caused by an old coal mine hidden underneath. The hole, which was more than 20ft deep, appeared on Hutcliffe Wood Road, which links the city suburbs of Woodseats and Millhouses. Pensioner Phil Lovell, 87, said he was sure the hole was caused by the collapse of one of the old drift mines that were driven into the steep wooded hillside.
One London DJ came up with a nifty alternative to the on-train buffet when he got pizza delivered to his carriage instead.
A police officer was left needing surgery, and four more were injured, after they were attacked by a suspect they were trying to arrest. The officers had been called to a ‘domestic incident’ in Sheffield, yesterday. Aftermath: The blood-stained floor of the shop Neil Bowles, chairman of the South Yorkshire branch of the Police Federation, which represents rank and file officers, said although the WPC’s injuries were serious, they were not life-threatening. Mr Bowles said: 'This is an example of officers receiving a call from a member of the pubic and not knowing what they are going to face. 'It is atrocious that we have five officers injured in the line of duty - it is an attack on society because we now have five officers unable to work now for some time while they recover.