A community shop run by volunteers is planning to welcome new families into the village by donating bags stocked with useful supplies.
A former pupil is collecting names for a petition in support of Besthorpe Primary School.
Plans to build 11 homes at a former farmyard site were unanimously approved by planners.
Newark is set to get its first full-time radio station.
About 400 mourners attended the funeral service for the wife of a prominent traveller.
A forgotten part of Southwell’s past has come to light in a major historical discovery.
Two local MPs have said they do not use taxpayers’ money to buy furniture, after news emerged this week of the so-called John Lewis list for MPs’ expenses.
As news of China’s crackdown on Tibetans’ calls for independence echoes across the world, Miss Katie Greenfield (33) of Lime Grove, Newark, spoke to two exiled nuns, who served nine and 12 years’ hard labour for their Tibet protests.
The fate of an old folk’s home earmarked for closure will be revealed at a briefing at the home on Tuesday.
Planners at Newark and Sherwood District Council have been presented with an award for their work on the Sherwood Energy Village, Ollerton.
A retired clergyman and former officer in the Territorial Army has been banned by his bishop from taking church services.
A pensioner hurled an empty tomato soup tin as she fought off two burglars who claimed to be from Neighbourhood Watch.
The future of three sports clubs in Bingham is assured for another 30 years after the town council agreed to renew the lease of Butt Field.
Anyone interested in possible alien activity should head to Nottinghamshire, according to a new report.
Quality real ale served in a traditional atmosphere has earned the Castle And Falcon the title Newark area pub of the year.
An award-winning brass band that marked its 70th anniversary last year has withdrawn from competing because it cannot find enough members.
European law could stop Newark Town Council having Christian prayers before meetings.
The top ten hymns, chosen by a church’s congregation, were sung at a service to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Around 100 people fled Newark Town Hall on Sunday during a concert after a teenage girl who was told to leave set off a fire alarm.
It could cost a council almost £300,000 to remove soil dumped illegally on a former gipsy caravan site, a council meeting heard.