Unwanted and out-of-date road signs in Southwell are cluttering up the town, it has been claimed.
A final attempt has been made to protect the future of free carparking in Southwell.
A £55,000 all-weather sports pitch means pupils at a Southwell school can exercise outside throughout the year.
A proposed expansion of a Southwell mushroom farm was refused on Tuesday after being considered for a second time by district councillors.
Taxpayers will have to pay around an extra £3 per household under Bingham Town Council’s spending plans for next year.
The overall effectiveness of John Hunt Infants’ School, Balderton, is outstanding, an Ofsted inspector has reported.
Plans to site Newark’s new bus station at The Wharf could be scrapped after widespread demands for a rethink.
Children at a village nursery school are taking part in a university project designed to teach them more about their communities and the wider world.
Residents could be trained to give life-saving treatment before professional help arrives at an emergency.
Everyone should work together to tackle problems in Balderton, a Safer Neighbourhood Group meeting in the village centre was told on Monday.
Residents who opposed plans for a gipsy caravan park just outside Southwell have welcomed new proposals that could see the site used as an equestrian centre.
A range of work produced by local artists during life drawing sessions is being exhibited at Southwell Artspace.
A boy of ten, one of 12 and another of 16 have been given anti-social behaviour orders by Newark Youth Court to stop them terrorising old folk who live nearby.
A fund set up by the parents of a little girl with a debilitating muscle disease is nearing £40,000.
A pressure group has called for plans for a new health centre in Bingham to be made a top priority.
Fears are mounting that ambulances from Newark could be moved to Ollerton.
Planners have backed down over demands for more homes to rent when the Flowserve site is redeveloped at Balderton.
A community food co-operative that has been running for a year is proving so popular that there are plans to take it into schools.
Campaigners and residents of a care home earmarked for closure feel they have done all they can to stop its closure, and can only now anxiously await the results of the public questionnaires.
Residents fear the road where they live will be ruined if a planned expansion of a mushroom farm goes ahead.