A new road linking the A46 with the A1 at Newark could be completed much sooner than earlier predictions, if the Government agrees a funding package.
An informal young professionals networking group in Newark continues to grow in popularity.
A gardener who has become an expert in growing large vegetables has set two British records.
A chef who has cooked for the Monaco royal family, a host of celebrities and made an outgoing prime minister’s final Downing Street meal is bringing a new menu to a Newark bar and restaurant.
Digerati have a track record for finding little gems.
A car dealership is open as usual following a fire which damaged a store room.
A grieving father said he forgave the man jailed for causing his daughter's death because that is what she would have wanted.
Former Drifter Roy G. Hemmings returns to Newark’s Palace Theatre on Friday, October 6 with his Hits Of Motown Show — a celebration of timeless soul and Motown hits.
Five thousand laying hens have been saved from slaughter thanks to volunteers in Newark.
A mud run that has raised tens of thousands of pounds for good causes will be held for the last time.
A radar survey has shown possible evidence of tunnels under Newark Market Place, but further analysis is needed.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
A 120-mile cycle ride, called University Challenged, by a team of 13 firefighters raised £2,847 for two charities.
Rutland Arms Rovers quit the Alliance on Sunday — a decision Neil Riley, who ran the club, described as heart-wrenching.
Tickets for an evening with the stars of the Nottingham Forest’s double European Cup glory are still available.
Two champions of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing take the lead roles in a new production of the feel-good musical, Crazy For You, which is at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from Tuesday, October 3 to Saturday, October 7.