A recently reopened youth club is proving to be so popular it already has a waiting list.
When people in Southwell were first encouraged to try their hand at badminton up to 20 players queued to use the single court that was available.
More than 60 people followed the South Notts Hunt on Boxing Day.
A young couple have criticised the treatment they received from a landlord after they were burgled twice in five weeks.
Demolishing the Georgian mansion that is part of Newark’s Old Magnus Buildings could be one way to salvage plans for a cultural centre, according to a district councillor.
A group of young footballers have nowhere to train during the week because councillors in Balderton have stopped their club using its playing fields in the evenings.
Nottinghamshire County Council’s cabinet has proposed a rise in council tax of 3% next year which, it says, is 1.2 points below inflation.
Discounts on the cost of hiring rooms in Newark Town Hall are to be given to local community groups and people holding celebratory parties.
A chapter in the history of the Newark Division of St John Ambulance will close at midnight on December 31.
Youngsters have been getting to grips with some of the play equipment installed at the new Wynhill teenage adventure area in Bingham.
The grandmother of a girl who died from a brain tumour has published her third cookery book to raise money for medical research.
A piano-tuning and repair course run in Newark since 1972 looks set to stay put.
Urgent calls have been made for more legal off-road parking spaces to be provided in Bingham before wardens return to the streets in May to start issuing tickets.
More people are turning to a Newark introduction service in the hope of finding love.
Residents fear the peace of their neighbourhood will be shattered if plans to open a boarding school for up to 65 troubled youngsters are approved.
Work started on Monday on the installation of a pedestrian crossing on a busy trunk road.
Vandals spoiled Christmas for youngsters at Bingham Day Nursery by damaging and stealing their festive outdoor decorations.
The family of a little girl who has had three life-saving operations is planning a double celebration.
EXTRA money needed to pay for Southwell Town Council’s services in the next financial year is likely to come from the council’s reserves rather than tax payers.
When the bell rings this afternoon to mark the end of the school term at the Dukeries College, Ollerton, it will also mark the end of an era for the school principal.