Figures released today by Derbyshire County Council show that almost 600 cases of coronavirus have been found through the community testing centres since the first centre opened in December.
A huge investment in the county’s roads and pavements has been agreed at a meeting of our Cabinet today (Thursday 11 March 2021).
If your business is interested in developing and investing in green energy and carbon reduction schemes then we want to hear from you.
A new community testing centre for people living and working in New Mills, Chinley and Whaley Bridge and who don’t have coronavirus symptoms opens today, Wednesday 10 March.
A countywide appeal is being made to Derbyshire residents to come forward and help in the county council elections this May.
Work on our new state-of-the-art care home is about to get under way.
We have published ambitious plans for an east-west walking and cycling route for Chesterfield and local people are being asked for their views.
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet is set to agree works totalling over £46m to be carried out on the county’s roads and pavements over the next year.
Funding for a feasibility study for a cycle and walking route along the Derwent Valley is due to be approved at a meeting on 11 March 2021.
The East Midlands received a major economic boost today with the government's announcement that it will be one of 8 new Freeports in the England, creating an estimated 60,000 new skilled jobs for the region.
Residents who want to have their say in local elections in May are being urged to check they are registered to vote so they don’t miss the chance.
A Derbyshire farmer has received a six-month suspended prison sentence after admitting breaking regulations designed to ensure food is traceable and for failing to clear away animal carcasses posing a risk to public and animal health.
Schools across Derbyshire are preparing to welcome all pupils back in person from the 8 March.
A Pilsley man who was selling counterfeit trainers and perfume from his home has received a suspended prison sentence and been ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work following a successful prosecution by Derbyshire County Council’s trading standards.
Glossop Household Waste Recycling Centre will open later than usual on Friday (26 February) to allow demolition work to take place on the site next to the centre.
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