Parking charges have added to traffic problems on The Ropewalk, Southwell, according to a resident, who fears someone could be injured on the busy road.
Two members and a volunteer of a swimming club that provides training for the disabled have won awards for their achievements and dedication to the sport.
The beat manager covering Ollerton and Boughton has asked for extra help in tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.
A security camera system is to be installed by the Nottinghamshire Police race hate crime unit at a Polish deli to record evidence of possible racist attacks.
Judges have named Bingham as the winner in its category in the Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition — the first time it has been given the accolade.
An OPEN-AIR rally is to be held in Bingham’s Market Square as part of on-going protests against a proposed eco-town at Newton.
A woman originally from Russia became a British citizen at a ceremony at Newark Register Office on Tuesday.
A search resumed yesterday for a man missing after going into the River Trent to free the boat he was sailing with his father.
An exhibition of work by a Newark-born artist, who was also an eminent horticulturist, has won a county award.
A police clampdown on speeding motorists approaching Southwell has further fuelled protesters’ calls for a cut in the speed limit in and around the town.
Nature, motorsport and landscapes feature in an exhibition by Newark and District Photographic Society.
Children have been taking part in a summer sports programme.
A university graduate from Newark has returned from a ten-month stint teaching English in China.
James Sanderson (11) of Greaves Lane, Edingley, has sown the seeds of success on the allotment he tends with his brother, Oliver (9).
A service for young people in Ollerton, set up eight years ago, has closed because it has run out of money.
A new stained glass window is to be installed in Southwell Minster to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bramley apple next year.
An ambitious attempt has been launched to try to buy the former Minster School site on Church Street, Southwell, for the use of the town.
More than 2,500 extra homes than originally thought will be needed in Newark and Sherwood in the next 18 years, according to a government report published this week.
A carpark has opened on the playground of the old Mount School, King’s Road, Newark, thanks to a partnership between a council and a charitable trust.
Thieves have used sophisticated equipment to steal thousands of pounds.