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.
Police have launched a murder investigation after the death of a 26-year-old man who was seriously assaulted in Collingham.
A new unit has been created to deal with crimes of sexual abuse and domestic violence.
A mobile library service is being relaunched in the Southwell area in an attempt to get more people to use it.
Pupils at the Minster School have been learning to play the blues.
Up to 14,000 disabled people in Nottinghamshire who have a blue parking badge could lose it under changes to the scheme.
Conservation work costing around £15,000 has been completed in Linear Park, Bingham, to help keep a nationally scarce butterfly in the town.
More than 80 houses in Orston are protected with a forensic marking liquid after a successful launch of Smartwater in the village.
The founding author of a national reading scheme visited Toot Hill School, Bingham, to mark ten years of it using the system and improving the reading ability of more than 130 pupils.
A third day of summer bank holiday events could take place in Newark if organisations come forward to help.
Bingham Town Council is to investigate buying the empty Co-op Pioneer shop in Eaton Place to turn it into a community centre.
District councillors are to continue with plans to bring back into use the Tudor Hall and Old Magnus Buildings in Newark despite losing out on a Lottery bid.
Residents say their homes are being damaged by heavy traffic as drivers try to avoid a busy roundabout.