A one-way system will be in place on a busy road in Newark town centre from Monday as the next phase of Severn Trent’s £60m sewer replacement scheme gets under way.
A sculpture of a Lancaster bomber in flight could dominate the skies near Newark as the area’s rival to the Angel Of The North.
A new weekly running event to encourage youngsters to take up the activity is being proposed for Sconce and Devon Park.
A group that is hoping to reopen a village pub so it can be run by the community is preparing to take its next steps.
The first a village knew of plans to demolish garages and replace them with homes was when tenants received letters advising that they should be emptied, it is claimed.
Staff, pupils and parents at a village primary school are celebrating after inspectors found it had made significant improvements over the past 18 months.
There was a full house to see young boxers from Newark Amateur Boxing Club fight in their first home show in its 15-year history.
A cancer patient who relies on his car to attend hospital appointments and to look after his 91-year-old mother has been left stranded after it was stolen and crashed into a wall.
A historian is calling for greater protection for the site of a Roman villa that could end up in the shadow of a proposed animal rendering plant.
A woman was racially abused on a train running between Doncaster and Newark.
A feasibility study is under way to see what can be done to turn around the fortunes of an under-used shopping centre.
Activities are set to take place for the Lincolnshire And Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance in memory of a much-loved Southwell resident who the emergency service helped.
A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock to the heart through the chest wall to someone who is in cardiac arrest.
Part of the A52 will be closed for the next two weekends due to work on drainage and improving road surfaces.
A resounding 7-0 win at Wollaton secured a last-four place in the Notts Senior League Senior Cup for Flowserve.
Proposals for an 18-home development on the outskirts of Southwell have been criticised by the town council’s planning committee because of concerns over flooding and the size of the proposed homes.