Candidates for the Newark and Sherwood District Council elections on May 2 had until Wednesday to nominate themselves.
A council has agreed in principle to bring the company that manages its housing stock back in-house in a move that impacts 5,500 tenants.
A report before tonight's meeting of the district council's policy and finance committee makes the recommendation to agree the move in principle.
Mr Steve Burley, 63, has left mechanical and electrical engineering firm Derry Building Services.
The Yorke Drive and Lincoln Road playing fields development plan, drawn up by the district council, was approved by its planning committee.
Nottinghamshire Police held a seven-day knife amnesty from March 11 to 17 as part of Operation Sceptre, and over 635 knives were handed in.
Firecrews were called to put extinguish the silver car, which was set alight on Walton's Lane, North Muskham, around 4pm on Tuesday.
Leading food company Moy Park has launched an ambitious campaign to tackle the use of plastics and packaging across its business and the industry.
Officers have arrested a man in connection with a car key burglary and an attempted burglary in Newark.
Indicative votes allowed MPs to vote on four different options for the next steps in the Brexit process.
The Crown Estate has interviewed Nottinghamshire-based parties vying to own a village rooted in history.
Officers are appealing for information and witnesses following a series of burglaries in Newark
A pensioner whose home has been plagued by rats says she has been in hospital because the stress brought on by a return of the rodents.
A talented ten-year-old has been named the Rotary Club of Newark’s Young Musician of the Year.
The Fernwood father-of-two has exhibited recently in Newark’s Buttermarket and has been encouraged by the response.
Pupils raised awareness of homelessness by making their own shelters and creating care packs.
Hundreds of people attended the fifth Newark Senior Citizen Fair, organised by Newark MP Mr Robert Jenrick.
A grassroots football club says 150 children will benefit from new £20,000 facilities.
A new exhibition taking place at the Archbishop’s Palace at Southwell Minster showcases artwork that has a special connection with the building.
An 18-year-old has been sentenced for three years and three months after being convicted of possession of class A drugs.