A regional daily has launched a consultation with readers to ask them what they want from the newspaper.
Readers will be able to meet managing director Rob Hollingworth, digital editor Ben Green and Ellen Beardmore, deputy head of communities, to discuss their ideas.
The sessions will be held at The Star’s offices over the next three weeks.
In a message to readers, Nancy said: “Since I became editor two months ago I have received hundreds of emails, letters and calls on the future of Sheffield. Now I want to know exactly how you see The Star’s role in that.
“I firmly believe we are here to reflect your feelings about our city, name and shame wrongdoers, challenge those in power, inform, entertain and also raise a smile. Most importantly we need to work with Sheffielders for the good of our city.
“So there is no point sitting in our newsroom hoping you feel we are getting it right. Come in and have a cuppa, tell us your expectations, what you want us to do and join us on the journey.
“We also want to hear from more clubs, organisations and voluntary groups. So we are starting free workshops on how to promote the work in your neighbourhood.
“Sheffield is a stronger city if Sheffielders work together so take this invite and let’s move forward, side-by-side.”
Ben added: “The great thing about The Star website and our Facebook and Twitter pages is how they allow our readers to interact with us.
“We love getting feedback and hearing about the issues that matter the most to Sheffielders. We want the people of Sheffield to set our news agenda.
“The Star has a unique position in that we can give local people a voice. Not only that but we also have the ability and desire to connect and bring people, groups and communities together.
“I’m looking forward to meeting and speaking with Star readers to share thoughts and ideas. That way we can make The Star even better and help shape a better Sheffield.”