Renovation work on an ancient village church has been completed after a charity stepped in with a grant of £11,000.
Newark market was cancelled on Friday after gale force winds were forecast. Many businesses also lost trade after a power cut.
Antiques fair organisers have criticised highway officials who have drastically reduced the number of roadside signs they are allowed to direct customers to the events.
The new principal of a community school hopes to improve attainment and continue the progress made by his predecessor.
Badger baiters have been operating in Southwell.
More than 70 jobs will be available at a new residential care home open in Southwell.
The theme of this year’s Newark Carnival has been revealed — Newark Goes Global — and it promises to be bigger and better than last year.
An animal rights group is urging people in Newark to boycott a circus that features tigers and lions.
Councillors have been warned that a request to lift a covenant to allow former allotments to become a sports and leisure area could be both difficult and costly.
The latest statistics show that Nottinghamshire police are reducing crime.
Newark Town Council has acknowledged that misspelt names of past mayors on a glass panel in the Town Hall are not the fault of the inscriber.
Villagers’ views over building on land prone to flooding are being ignored, a council meeting was told.
A village pub has won a national award for the standard of food served there.
Southwell is running out of space for graves.
A woman who took up running after being told she had Alzheimer’s disease plans to run the London Marathon to raise money for others with the condition.
More than 10,000 people are expected to pack Newark for a spectacular jazz festival in May, featuring 70 concerts in 30 venues.
A lot has changed since a branch of the Mothers’ Union was set up in a village 100 years ago — the current leader is a man.
Pest controllers are to be called in to clear moles from a cemetery.
Maternity services used by mothers and babies from the Advertiser area have been rated in an independent review.
The MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, is happy to declare that he pays his wife a £15,000 salary as his assistant, after it was revealed a fellow backbencher gave his wife and two sons more than £1/4m in six years for doing virtually nothing.