The chairman of a major clothing label will be the president of Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society for 2009.
Pupils involved in an allotment and gardening project are appealing for donations of plants and tools.
Glass recycling facilities will remain in Bingham until January, when a six-month trial will be reviewed.
FINDS from the archaeological dig in Southwell may rewrite the way historians view the Roman occupation of Britain.
More overnight accommodation is needed if the new Sherwood Forest visitors’ centre is to encourage tourists to stay in the area for longer.
A village school has been classed as outstanding by Ofsted inspectors in a report published this week.
Planners have agreed to a storage depot for construction of the new Staythorpe Power Station despite opposition from campaigners.
More than 150 people visited a village church to see its display of 22 Christmas trees at the weekend.
A dance school in Southwell is proving popular with students of many ages. Southwell Dance School, at the leisure centre, has more than 50 pupils — aged three to 72.
The charity Christmas market, with its funfair rides, attracted many families.
More than a thousand people attended the annual switch-on of Ollerton and Boughton’s Christmas lights on Friday.
An order giving the police powers to seize alcohol from people drinking in public in Balderton will be in place in the new year.
Shoppers are being urged to back Newark this Christmas.
A Newark primary school was one of seven buildings to be honoured at the 2008 Newark Civic Awards.
Residents have been warned that if they do not decide on one of the shortlisted sites, they could have to wait many more years for a new health centre.
Members of a century-old working men’s club are being told to use it or risk losing it.
The winner of the Miss Nottinghamshire Young Farmers’ Club title 2008 is Miss Vicky Brightmore (23).
A pupil at a village primary school has won a competition to play a part in the design of a new logo to help recruit more foster carers in Nottinghamshire.
A keen fisherman who was paralysed after falling 10ft from a ladder is making a fresh start and encouraging others in difficulty to do the same.
Residents of a Newark estate are being urged to become more involved with their community centre or risk losing it.