Historian Hallie Rubenhold will talk about her new book on the victims of Jack the Ripper at an event at Chesterfield library.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery is celebrating after recording its highest visitor numbers for nearly ten years and scooping a prestigious heritage award.
A new adoption agency will offer children in care the stability and security they need to achieve their potential.
Look out for drop-in sessions, information events and more as we encourage people to get involved with their communities during Volunteer Week 2019.
Eight new life-size steel figures have been unveiled as part of a memorial to miners who lost their lives at Markham Colliery marking the halfway point in the project.
We are considering proposals to change the way people with learning disabilities and autism are supported to lead fulfilling lives.
We will consider changes to the way older and vulnerable people are supported to live safely at home next week.
We’re set to introduce a workplace wellbeing strategy to support employees with their physical and mental health.
Our Cabinet is being asked to approve a grant of £47,736 to aid drug and alcohol recovery support.
We’re launching a new stop smoking campaign on National No Smoking Day on 31 May 2019.
Work to reduce congestion and improve safety on a major Erewash road is set to start next week.
We've launched a new service to raise the profile of the county among the business community and encourage more companies to invest in the area.
High Peak Trail has today (Friday 24 May 2019) re-opened in time for the Bank Holiday after Derbyshire County Council pulled out all the stops to install a temporary steel bridge.
Residents are being invited by Derbyshire County Council to have their say about a proposed new road in Chesterfield.
Derbyshire residents are invited to drop in and view plans for a £1,179,000 Derbyshire Dales safety improvement scheme.
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