A primary school has been judged outstanding overall for the first time by an education inspector.
Police are appealing for information after three motorbikes were stolen from a workshop in Foston.
A doctor who was chairman of the Newark branch of Cancer Research UK for 37 years has retired.
A forum set up by Newark Business Club to look at education issues held its first meeting.
Work is under way to replace a security camera that was knocked down by a lorry on Tuesday.
Several hundred people are expected to attend the official opening of a new community centre on Saturday.
The mother of Joel Picker-Spence is backing a concert to raise money towards accommodation for the families of cancer patients.
A 24-hour muck spread raised more than £700 for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
Efforts are being made to encourage more young people to join St John Ambulance.
A committee set up by Newark Town Council to prepare for the town’s entry in the East Midlands in Bloom competition wants more local people to get involved.
The cost of parking for an hour in Newark is to be cut from next month but it will cost more for long stays.
A third bin for green waste is to be offered to residents in the Lowdham and Ollerton areas at a cost of £26 a year. The idea was agreed by Newark and Sherwood District Cabinet last week.
Crowds of train enthusiasts gathered at vantage points on the East Coast mainline on Saturday to see a restored steam engine.
The final piece in the council tax jigsaw for Newark and Sherwood residents will be made on Monday.
Many pubs are struggling to survive a fall in trade and the economic downturn, yet some landlords paint a much different picture.
The new Chief Superintendent for Newark, Bassetlaw and Sherwood, takes up his post today.
The widow of the former Newark MP, Mr Richard Alexander, is the first honorary president of the Friends of Newark Cemetery.
A call has been made for a crack down on illegal cycling on pavements to prevent accidents involving pedestrians.
The opening performance of the first circus in the UK to feature elephants for more than ten years attracted a crowd of just 30 people.
The owner of a palomino horse which escaped from its field has been found safe and well.