We are encouraging more people to open up their homes to give adults who need extra support the chance to lead an ordinary life.
We are to carry out our annual ‘spring’ clean of the county’s dual carriageways.
Council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis has paid tribute to Councillor Roger Redfern who passed away this week.
As a member of Adoption East Midlands we’re joining forces with agencies across the country to support a new #YouCanAdopt campaign to find families for children who wait the longest.
The reintroduction of the train service from Matlock to Nottingham has been welcomed by our and Nottinghamshire County Council's leaders.
Our trading standards officers have issued advice to anyone keeping pigs, or micropigs.
The first phase of major road resurfacing improvements at the Whittington Moor roundabout, north of Chesterfield, are planned to start on Monday 26 June.
Ideas for alternative uses for our headquarters are being sought, as we look to make the most of the historic building to bring a new lease of life for Matlock and the surrounding area.
There is ‘absolute commitment’ to supporting Buxton Museum and Art Gallery and securing the future of the service says council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis.
Boosts to local bus services are coming for residents between Ilkeston and Old Sawley thanks to investment by ourselves and the government.
Residents will get the chance to have their say on proposals to relocate 2 county libraries if a consultation gets the go-ahead next week.
Proposals to consult on changes to our community care charging policy to make it fairer, sustainable and ensure people most in need are protected will be discussed next week.
We have welcomed a £400 fine handed to a fly-tipper after he dumped his waste at the gates of our household waste recycling centre in Loscoe.
A Derbyshire County Council personal assistant who is a reservist for the RAF in her spare time has been praised for her role in the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery is to temporarily close following investigations which have revealed dry rot in some of the building’s structural timbers.
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