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.
A decision to approve a controversial planning application for the expansion of a mushroom growing company in Southwell could be overturned.
Students had an insight into crash rescue techniques during a road safety initiate at Newark Fire Station.
A packed audience in St Mary’s Church, Bingham, was treated to a concert full of traditional Christmas cheer on Saturday.
Opposition is growing against plans for a wind farm on a former airfield after parish councillors on Monday unanimously opposed the application for ten 125m turbines.
More than 1,150 fixed-penalty notices have so far been issued in a police clampdown on illegal parking in Newark. The purge is set to continue over Christmas and into the new year.
Highways bosses have promised to do everything possible to ensure Ollerton gets a new £2.5m roundabout in the next four years, despite the area missing out on a £50m lottery grant.
Police were less than a mile away when a man rang 999 after confronting burglars in his home.
Part of Southwell Minster was bathed in coloured light during a magical and festive evening experience.
All 150 three to six-year-olds in the lower school at Bowbridge Primary School, Newark, played some part in the production.
The first members and leaders of a new Rainbows unit, for girls aged five to seven, have made their promise and been enrolled.
PEOPLE on two photographs of Southwell in the 1930s and 1940s have been identified, thanks to an appeal in the Advertiser.
A school’s PE department has been classed as outstanding by inspectors with above average grades, high quality teaching and a well-balanced curriculum.
Patients at Lombard Street surgery, Newark, have been told that if they want the development of the new surgery to go ahead as part of the Potterdyke development they have to support plans to move the town’s bus station to The Wharf.
Primary school teacher Miss Sara Tyers was named Miss Nottinghamshire Young Farmer 2008 on Saturday.
There is still no permanent home for a 2,000-year-old necklace found near Newark almost three years ago.