Pupils have donated clothes, toothbrushes, baby items and tools to help the survivors in Haiti.
The freedom of Southwell has been granted to the 2nd Battalion, The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters) ahead of a march through the town next month.
A long-awaited memorial to miners who worked at Ollerton pit could be in place by the end of summer.
The history of Southwell, from the Romans to the present day, will be told through a series of short plays.
A pub may be demolished to make way for homes, if plans are approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
A couple have launched a campaign to help rebuild Haiti after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake last month.
A cul-de-sac has been cordoned off after contractors cut through a gas main.
Residents are to be given the choice of having a third bin for green waste as part of a pilot scheme.
A dog stolen two weeks ago and then located through its microchip has been taken again, leaving its owner distraught.
Opening school sports facilities to the public is one way Newark and Sherwood District Council could improve provision, according to Southwell Town Council.
Congestion caused by rival bus companies in Bingham is causing chaos, according to residents.
The launch of a national series of concerts to mark 90 years of the Royal British Legion will be held at Southwell Minster.
The third leg of the Joe Cox Winter League was held at Collingham’s Millennium fishery and, with 21 anglers, both Willow and Centenary were used.
Plans for a lorry depot on a site accessed by narrow country roads have been rejected after months of wrangling.
Three friends are organising their own version of Race For Life to raise money for two Newark causes.
Rushcliffe residents could be charged for extra wheelie bins if money-saving ideas discussed by the borough council this week are approved.
Confusion remains over the future of Fiskerton Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Southwell Library will close for two weeks for refurbishments as part of a Nottinghamshire-wide improvement scheme.
Newark Rugby Club host Derby tomorrow in a league game at Kelham Road following a gallant display in their 44-20 defeat at Old Northamptonians on Saturday.
More than 160 horses have been entered for the Midlands Area Point To Point at Thorpe Lodge on Sunday.