Rotherham businesswoman Lisa Pogson was so touched by the story of the wartime -Women of Steel, that she has helped organise -Sparkle and Steel, a Christmas networking lunch fundraiser on 13 December at Rotherham's Carlton Park Hotel.
The Rutland Road based firm who recently joined the social media world with their @pyramid_fire presence have just launched a new website and YouTube channel.
One of the stars of Channel 4's Educating Yorkshire has joined Sheffield Hallam University and local teenagers in supporting a national campaign to get basic life-saving skills taught in schools.
Hill Dickinson's specialist health team has been re-appointed to a framework agreement to provide legal services to NHS organisations located across England.
When one of Mercury Taxis' drivers was affected by the plight of his friend's daughter, little Imogen Rose Ethelstone from Sheffield and the fundraising efforts of her friends and family at the Farm Road Social Club, he asked the taxi firm to get involved.
One of Sheffield's longest established sports venues is set to play a key role in a major investment project to make the city one of the most active in the UK.
Some of the biggest changes in the NHS's history have taken place in 2013, raising questions around the future of treatment and care provision in the UK and causing a shift in how people will access healthcare in the future.
Commenting on the Autumn Statement, delivered today by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, James Newman, Chairman of the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership, said: -The LEP welcomes the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and his renewed commitment to rebalancing the UK economy by decentralising powers and funding.