A free tree scheme, handing out thousands of trees to residents, groups and parish councils across Newark and Sherwood, has returned for a third year.
A sign maker has replaced church garden signage in Newark after vandals tore one of its posts.
Residents at a care home helped to cook classic dishes for British Food Fortnight.
A housebuilder is giving out free pumpkins for Halloween.
Cases of new variant AY4.2 are rising rapidly in England but what do we know already about the new Delta strain?
A joint operation to put a stop to illegal waste-carrying vehicles took place earlier this month.
A Newark business leader has been named in a UK top 50.
New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.
I attended the Newark and Sherwood District Council meeting. What I heard and saw was, among many other things, was really a vote along party lines.
The Conservatives of Newark and Sherwood District Council have voted to allow the removal of four mature trees next to Newark Library.
With the closure of Hollowdyke Lane to through traffic it is irresponsible to build 3,800 houses and not include a relief road out of Fernwood.
Two questions came to mind when I read of the plans for the former M&S store in last week’s Advertiser.
A six-year-old boy could need dental treatment after tripping in a hole in a pavement and falling on his face.
Police and partner agencies have joined together to investigate a recent spate of spiking reports.
Indie-pop band Bloxx come to the Rescue Rooms at Nottingham on Wednesday as part of their UK tour.
Ten men involved in distributing around £1.36m of high-purity cocaine have been jailed for a total of 104 years.
People considered notable enough to have a street named after them will have to wait two decades now for the honour to be bestowed.
This week's court listings of the Newark area include a drink driver and a man who assaulted a police officer.
A team of community volunteers and numerous groups went the extra mile by committing funding for the work to begin in earnest.
The following planning applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council in the past week.