Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick will join PM today in announcing £3.6bn of investment in a Towns Fund, up to £25m of it for Newark.
A cafè bar chain is on its way to Newark as part of a proposal to redevelop the Buttermarket.
The Southwell Music Festival graced the minster with symphony this weekend.
This year’s festival featured 36 events, of which about half were free.
A fare-dodger who rode a tram without a ticket was fined £220 at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.
Newark and Sherwood District Council brought in £1m more in council tax during the first three months of this year than the year before.
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance is looking for bikers to join Ride to Save Lives, its fourth annual charity motorcycle ride out on Sunday September 22.
A farewell service will take place at Southwell Minster next month for Canon Nigel Coates, who retires as Canon Chancellor on September 30.
The RAC estimate more than 16 million cars will hit the road today, as the bank holiday traffic chaos begins.
A bilateral amputee has bowled people over by pledging to walk around cricket club pitch to raise money for charity.
For students across Nottinghamshire, GCSE results day today marks the culmination of years of study and weeks of revision.
Four top-performing students at The Minster School, Southwell, each achieved a minimum of nine grade nines in their GCSEs.