A business leader said the proposed loss of a high street giant from the centre of Newark could pose problems for the whole town.
An 84-year-old was one of two cyclists thrown from their bikes when their front wheels became lodged in gaps at recently-upgraded level crossings.
The mother of a severely autistic teenager is hoping to take him to America on a trip she says is giving him a focus and could save his life.
A council is talking to tenants of The Arcade in Newark regarding the installation of security gates, but says any application will require careful consideration.
A dog walker found fly-tipped fridges and car parts on the banks of the River Trent between Newark and Farndon.
A first aid group is a step closer to buying a new mobile unit following a donation of almost £1,500 from a supermarket.
A village pub that has been closed for 18 months could be re-opened as a community pub offering a range of facilities.
A memorial match for a firefighter who loved football is to be played on Sunday.
Around 100 members performed a #Dab4Daniel at the monthly meeting of Newark Business Club in tribute to six-year-old Daniel Harris, of Fernwood, who died just before Christmas.
Sales at Lincolnshire Co-op’s food stores increased by 7% over the three-week festive period compared with the same time the previous year.
A headteacher said the key to good SATS results was to ensure lessons were tailored to suit the needs of her classes.
The new matron at Newark Hospital says she is totally behind the hospital and its future.
Myths surrounding claims of secret tunnels under the centre of Newark appear to have been dispelled.
An internet service provider based in Newark has appointed a new sales and marketing director.
Gusts of up to 70mph and heavy rain could affect the Advertiser area on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
Marks & Spencer is aiming to leave its Newark town centre location and move to new premises which will include a café and home department.
A former soldier who was seriously wounded in action has taken up a posting with a welfare project that helps ageing veterans in hospitals.
Organisers of the annual Winter Ball in aid of Beaumond House Community Hospice are urging people to support this year’s event.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
A member of Newark Striders who is training for the London Marathon says she has been overwhelmed by the support she has received.
A former RAF Serviceman is showing his support for Newark Patriotic Fund by tackling a long-distance running challenge every week of the year.
More people are needed to join a team of volunteers who are an essential part of the success of the National Trust-owned Workhouse at Southwell.
An investigation is under way to solve the mystery of how one of Newark’s most curious buildings came into existence.
First things first, happy new year to you all. I have spoken to a lot of people who have said that they are hoping for less politics in 2018, but I am not sure I will be much help delivering that.