Joel Picker-Spence was still singing his favourite songs with a smile on his face just days before he died.
Residents of Fernwood are being urged to report problems caused by people drinking in the street so a record can be kept.
“How many of these men died needlessly through bad planning?” asked the Mayor of Newark, Mr Harry Molyneux, as he reflected on the number of lives lost during the two world wars.
A village reading room and two oil wells are among the lots up for auction on Wednesday.
Drivers have criticised Network Rail over how long they have to wait from the barriers going down at Bingham’s level crossing to a train arrives.
A wreath was laid at the Memorial To The Fallen at the entrance to Newark Cemetery at 11am on Sunday by the Deputy Mayor of Newark, Mrs Rita Crowe (pictured).
A Brownie pack had double cause for celebration at a birthday party in Collingham Youth and Community Centre.
Lorries could be banned from the centre of Southwell under plans being considered by Nottinghamshire County Council.
A community gardening scheme in Ollerton has been given £1,000 by a county councillor.
A rugby club with a rapidly growing youth section is looking to build a new changing block to meet the demand of its junior players.
Around 30 riders and 30 hounds met outside The Old Reindeer pub in Edingley on Tuesday for a meet of the Grove and Rufford Hunt.
Newark’s Asda store was approved this week with work likely to start next year.
More than 400 people packed St Giles’ Church, Balderton, for the remembrance service on Sunday.
A week-long recruitment drive aimed at doubling the number of part-time firefighters at Bingham Fire Station has been hailed a success.
Hedgehogs are to be tagged with radio transmitters so conservationists and students can monitor their movements.
Baking, painting spotty pictures and an assault course were among activities nursery children took part in this week in aid of Children In Need.
Plans by the Newark Royal British Legion to move a market stall from Stodman Street around the corner back to near the Town Hall were abandoned at the last minute on Saturday morning.
Villages throughout the area held their own services on Sunday to remember their war dead.
A school choir sang as images of war were projected on a screen at a school’s remembrance service on Tuesday.
A Royal Engineer who was based at the Bailey Road Army barracks, Newark, during the second world war opened a section of a new school building named after him.