Heat pumps, extensions and tree works are all subjects of this week’s submitted planning applications.
Newark MP Robert Jenrick is to hold a Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Summit on Thursday, November 23.
Scarefest is again at Newark Castle is happening in aid of the Children’s Bereavement Centre.
Children and families are using a virtual balloon race at Halloween to raise money for school resources.
A woman has been banned from the roads from 14 months after being convicted of speeding.
An avid netballer raised over £3,000 through a charity tournament in memory of her late father, who died from throat cancer in May.
County councillors are claiming a victory over developers and their plans for a massive housing development on land near a private school.
Connectivity and sustainability boosts for Newark and the wider East Midlands have been announced at the Conservative Party conference.
As the nights draw in and the great outdoors transforms into a kaleidoscope of autumnal colour, there are events to keep little explorers entertained.
A closing ceremony featuring speeches and performances brought to an end a mesmerising umbrella installation in a town centre.
A glass recycling compound, conversion of a church and retrospective consent for holiday lets and 60-caravan storage are all requested.
A council leader has expressed his delight at the surprise news that Newark is to have a multi-million government investment virtually doubled.
An MP is encouraging community organisations to apply for funding for a life-saving defibrillator.
Three teenagers have been banned from Newark Town Centre following numerous incidents of anti-social behaviour, much of which they filmed.
Newark Parish Church is seeking to recruit more singers for its famous church choir.
A mother-of-five who admitted laundering £95,000 from her husband's cocaine trade has been jailed for 27 months.
Newark is to receive an extra £20m from the government as it further splashes the cash on levelling up the regions, it can be revealed.
A man who was carrying a knife has received a suspended prison sentence.
A concert band is preparing for its annual fundraising concert at the Palace Theatre, where it will perform another bonanza of popular music.
A council has unanimously passed a motion to strengthen policies that will further protect watercourses and infrastructure.