Pupils crossing a park to get to school in Southwell are causing damage to sports pitches, according to the town council.
Discussions have started that could one day see the ownership of Bingham’s centrepiece, the Market Place, in the hands of the town.
Parents and governors are to fight plans to close Nottinghamshire’s smallest primary school.
Plans for five wind turbines were rejected by district councillors on Tuesday to the delight of campaigners who feared the impact on their villages.
Work began yesterday on a £11/2m state-of-the-art church building that will house a growing congregation.
A decision to build a £20m replacement for the Grove School on the present Balderton campus is expected this month.
The Dukeries College, Ollerton, could be rebuilt and turned into an academy school as part of a £150m scheme to transform secondary education in Newark and north Nottinghamshire.
Plans to give businesses in Newark town centre a greater say on services are not supported by the town or district council, it has been claimed.
Councilors are campaigning for a day centre to be made available for use by the community.
The owner of a controversial circus has refused to let the Advertiser take pictures of its caged lions and tigers.
A classic adventure novel from the 1950s is back in the shops, because a man wanted to keep a promise he made to his daughter 20 years ago.
Newark’s pancake bell is rung at 11am on Shrove Tuesday to signal that preparations for Lent should begin.
Fortnightly bin collections were forced on the council, the cabinet member responsible for refuse collection has claimed, saying it was inevitable if efficiency savings were to be made.
About 60 people attended a French cookery demonstration in Southwell on Friday.
Preparations for the launch of the twin-bin scheme bordered on farcical after the bins’ German manufacturer failed to produce bins in time for the council’s deadline.
Primary pupils dressed as their head for a day in a surprise gesture to mark his 50th birthday on Monday.
A man died in hospital on Wednesday, two days after being found at his Collingham home with horrendous injuries.
It is three years since foxhunting with dogs was made illegal by Parliament, but the spirit of the country sport lives on.
Top marks were given to Robert Miles Infants’ School, Bingham, which was described as outstanding in its latest Ofsted report.
A rail park and ride service that would help ease Bingham’s parking problems would cost £6m.