The Gilstrap Centre is the preferred location for the Newark Torc, despite it being a more expensive option than Millgate Museum.
A man who failed to pay his council tax arrears has avoided a gaol term after a friend paid off the debt.
A huge banner and individual graffiti tags were made on Saturday when around 40 young people took part in an urban art workshop. The event also included skateboard and circus skills workshops.
About 100 people attended the 29th Leadenham Village Show on Saturday.
THE first brick of the £600,000 sports pavilion at Butt Field, Bingham, was laid yesterday.
Firefighters say fly-tippers are putting lives at risk after a spate of arson attacks close to a busy road.
The family of a baby born almost nine weeks early weighing 2lb 3oz will mark her first birthday with a party on Sunday.
A girls’ cricket team at Dukeries College, Ollerton, who are the current county champions, were presented with their medals and a trophy at an awards ceremony.
The keys to a long-awaited village hall, which cost £600,000 to complete, were handed over on Monday.
Thieves risked their lives to steal high-voltage cable from a railway line near Newark.
A scheme offering free advice to would-be sports coaches has been launched through Newark Library.
Highways officers are being asked to decide which of two signs, considered contradictory, at a town centre junction should be removed.
An action group has been set up to oppose plans for the use of a three-acre field for mobile homes for gipsies and travellers.
Architects have been appointed to draw up new plans for the redevelopment of Newark’s Old Magnus Buildings.
Polo is regarded by many as an elitist sport for members of high society, but people from all walks of life now have the chance to get in the saddle and play.
A mother who won an eight-month campaign for improvements to a play area says she is pleased with the results.
An Irish priest who has served parishioners across the Midlands for more than 35 years has become Newark’s new Roman Catholic parish priest.
Libraries in the Newark area are appealing for residents to come forward with local words and phrases as part of a project to mark the National Year Of Reading.
Campaigners are proposing to close Southwell’s main shopping street once a week to encourage more trade.
Two hens were among the attractions at an environmentally-friendly afternoon in Coddington Community Centre on Tuesday.