A father-of-two and an avid Nottingham Forest fan’s death is being investigated by Nottinghamshire Police.
A car owner was devastated after his rare vehicle suffered thousands of pounds worth of damage when targeted by thieves.
Old bicycle parts have been used to create a sculpture marking the arrival in Newark of the Tour of Britain.
Emergency services were called to the scene of a two-car crash in Balderton.
The chosen charity for the Advertiser Ladies Day, at Southwell Racecourse, was Newark’s Beaumond House Community Hospice.
Newark’s Sconce and Devon Park on Sunday hosted an annual football match in memory of a promising youth player.
A hairdresser is hanging up her scissors after more than three decades at a Newark salon.
Police officers are investigating the theft of more than 200 piglets from a farm.
Two fire crews put out an oven fire at Bakkavor Desserts, in Newark.
A ‘dogsbody’ helped to wash plates, swept up and made countless cups of tea at a hairdressing salon to raise money for charity.
Volunteers from the National Citizen Service (NCS) scheme lent a hand at a new café that will offer weekly meals to the homeless.
Classic thriller Dial M For Murder comes to Lincoln’s New Theatre Royal next week, starring John Lyons, of A Touch Of Frost fame. It runs from next Wednesday (August 30) to a week on Saturday (September 2).
Jacob Horne claimed a hat-trick as Division D leaders Bingham 1sts strengthened their promotion claims with a comprehensive nine-wicket win at bottom-of-the-table Grantham.
A crowd of more than 8,500 people were at Southwell Racecourse yesterday for Advertiser Ladies Day.
Line-up of music, comedy, talks, and even holistic therapies make up the Lost Village Festival, which starts on Thursday (August 24) at Norton Disney.
Just a few weeks ago the eyes of the cycling world were focused on the Champs-Élysées in Paris and the spectacle of the world’s leading cyclists pedalling their way to the finish of the gruelling 2,200-mile Tour de France.