A carpark has opened on the playground of the old Mount School, King’s Road, Newark, thanks to a partnership between a council and a charitable trust.
Thieves have used sophisticated equipment to steal thousands of pounds.
Around 200 people visited a three-day flower festival at Balderton Methodist Church as part of its centenary celebrations.
A retired agricultural contractor and his wife marked their 70th wedding anniversary with a family get-together at Newark Town Club on Wednesday.
The number of pupils cycling to a village school has doubled since a cycle storage shed was installed.
The Advertiser today carries an appeal for readers to make a date in their diaries.
The floral displays in Ollerton and Boughton this year are disappointing, according to a town councillor — but residents have leapt to their defence.
Thousands of people with leukaemia and other life-threatening conditions reach the point where their only chance of survival is a bone marrow transplant.
The family of a nine-year-old boy who is being treated for a brain tumour will be raising money for Brain Tumour Research on Sunday.
Infinite Possibilities will be the motto for Balderton’s John Hunt school when it becomes a primary from September.
The former headquarters of the Newark Division of St John Ambulance, which began life as a second world war army hut, looks set to be demolished.
A day of fun was held at the Minster School, Southwell, to mark the end of the academic year.
Two budding actresses from Bingham have been selected for top national drama courses after beating more than 4,000 people to win their places.
A school is trying to improve its attendance levels by offering prizes to pupils.
Newark market has maintained its position as a major feature of the town’s shopping attractions, according to a survey of traders and shoppers.
Opening hours and getting through on the telephone were among services GPs’ patients were asked to rate as part of a national satisfaction survey.
A village summer fair on Saturday raised around £1,000 to be used for the maintenance of its ponds and nature reserve.
A village pub is in the final of this year’s Great British Pub Awards.
Pupils are turning pedal power into profits thanks to their talent for mending bicycles.
About 40 staff past and present attended a surprise party at The Grove School, Balderton, to mark the retirement of a deputy head on Friday.