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Nashville Mourns the Loss of Beloved Songwriter Lorna Flowers
Nashville woke up today in mourning as the news of fellow singer songwriter Lorna Flowers passing traveled through Facebook, over the telephone and face to face.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Sheffield sandwich shop owner in council compensation row
Mum-of-one Kerry Cliff claims she was left A 4,000 out-of-pocket when Streets Ahead contractors, working on behalf of Sheffield Council, spent 12 weeks repairing roads outside The Honey Pot Sandwich Shop around one year ago.
Sheffield science teacher is just Champion
A Sheffield teacher who inspires youngsters by 'making science come alive' has been hailed as the best in the country.
New fears for tragic Beverley
A Sheffield mum dying from liver disease aged 35 is 'running out of time' to return home to die, her partner says.
VIDEO: Drug suspects held in swoop
Roaring chainsaws are the latest tool in the police arsenal against drugs - being used to cut through doors in a wave of dawn raids on suspected drug dealers.
South Yorkshire firefighters tackle arson attacks on cars
They were called out to a vehicle set alight on Stone Lane, Woodhouse, Sheffield, at 8.15pm yesterday and found a Morris Minor engulfed in flames on Mill Lane, Treeton, Rotherham, an hour later.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Sheffield United: Blade Frank's in the 100 club
This pair of sprightly brothers might not look it, but they have almost 200 years of life experience between them.
National Public Radio
New Mix: Damon Albarn, Sharon Van Etten, Beach House, More
On this week's All Songs Considered : A premiere from Beach House , the first-ever solo project from Damon Albarn , and a brand new song from singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten .
Action Desk: Bus firm's insurer won't pay out
When John Francis' car was shunted by a bus the force snapped his head back so hard his flat cap ended up on the rear seat.
First Nighter: Consumer Guide to London Theatre Now
London--If you're heading this way with theatergoing in mind, here's a short list of what's on offer in the next couple of months: Versailles : June 28, 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of World War I beginning.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Road in Sheffield re-opens following landslip
The A57 at Crosspool has re-opened to two-way traffic following the completion of maintenance work after a landslip.
Takeaway crash horror
A shop worker has told how he pulled two people from a car whose driver died after it smashed into a Sheffield takeaway.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Farewell to the city's banner man
The funeral service for Sheffield's religious banner man, Cedric Cocker, will be held at Hillsborough Baptist Church, Taplin Road, on Monday at 11am followed by interment at Loxley Cemetery.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Two Sheffield residents foil intruders
A man got up to investigate after hearing his bedroom door open in the night - and witnessed two burglars running back down the stairs.
South Yorkshire Times
South Yorkshire trans-gender woman's suicide
A transsexual committed suicide while waiting for the gender reassignment surgery to change her into a woman, an inquest heard.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Problems could derail Sheffield's survival fight
Sheffield is still winning the battle for survival following the recession - but youth unemployment rates, chronic health problems and mixed economic fortunes threaten to derail the city's progress, according to a new report today.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Rochester Business Journal
Lice clinic launches in Pittsford
Rochester's first lice clinic - is open in Pittsford. Partners Marnie Murray and Lisa Saul picked Rochester as their second location; the company's original site is in Buffalo.
Chesterfield woman locked up for A 37,000 benefit fraud
A Chesterfield woman has been jailed for 14 weeks after claiming nearly 37,000 in benefits she was not entitled to.
South Yorkshire developments up for awards
Sheffield Hallam University's sports park, Doncaster's civic offices and cultural quarter, SOAR Works and the Rivelin Water Treatment Works are all in line for a gong at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Pro Yorkshire Awards.
Spate of break-ins in Sheffield
Police are urging residents to lock their doors at all times after a spate of thefts from unsecured properties around the west of Sheffield this week.