A decision on which road improvement schemes in the East Midlands will receive money — including the dualling of the A46 between Newark and Widmerpool — is expected early next year.
Campaigners are still fighting to have a mobile phone mast moved away from schools, homes and businesses.
The 250th anniversary of Lord Nelson’s birthday and the 20th anniversary of the Newark T. S. Castle Sea Cadets were marked on Sunday with a Trafalgar Day service and parade in the town.
Poor parking that puts pupils in danger outside schools in the Newark area will be targeted during a week of action.
Pressure is mounting to set up a parking scheme that would allow residents to park near their homes without fear of a penalty.
The pest control team from Newark and Sherwood District Council is to visit Fernwood to decide how to capture wild peafowl that are roaming the village and take them to new homes.
Pupils threw tomatoes, eggs and flour to show how frightening it could be for people to have things thrown at their windows over Halloween.
This year’s Poppy Appeal will be launched in Bingham tomorrow with the aim of raising about £9,000 for the Royal British Legion.
Pupils in Southwell will be involved in the town’s annual Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
More than 80 children from six primary schools in the Ollerton area took part in a tag rugby tournament.
Grandparents visited their grandchildren’s school and watched them perform in a concert on Friday.
Plans for the return of passenger trains linking Ollerton with Nottingham and the East Coast mainline are looking positive.
A picture designed by pupils at the Newark Orchard School is to be made into a sign for Cotham Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Residents are struggling to park in their own street because of motorists aiming to avoid regulations elsewhere.
Rare and significant Roman remains have been found on a site earmarked for homes.
A campaign backed by the Advertiser to stop children causing problems by knocking on doors demanding trick or treat is being repeated.
Former pupils who left a Newark school more than 60 years ago have held a reunion.
Two thugs who demanded money from Richard Winter bit off more than they could chew — the publican is a former boxing champion.
Public toilets that have been closed since January should not be turned into shops until new facilities are provided, say councillors.
More than 30 parishes have been urged to follow East Stoke’s lead and make bids to the Lottery for money to pay for street cameras.