The Conservatives have regained control of Bingham Town Council after all three of its candidates were elected in yesterday's by-election.
Fundraising will be taking place in schools, offices and homes across the Advertiser area today for Children in Need.
Voters will head to the polls in Bingham on Thursday to elect three town councillors.
Remembrance parades and services take place throughout the Advertiser area on Sunday to honour the fallen of two world wars and conflicts since.
Police are investigating after a footballer suffered a serious injury during a cup game on Saturday.
Pupils have made history by becoming the first to attend a new school that will eventually move to Fernwood.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
A former police station will not be turned into a 66-bed care home after the Planning Inspectorate dismissed an appeal.
A man who works 85-hour weeks as clerk to 17 parish councils has received an award for outstanding service.
Private traffic management firms are being paid to oversee some Remembrance Sunday parades in the Advertiser area.
A youth was reported to be carrying an air rifle in a Bingham park.
A community defibrillator in a telephone kiosk has gone missing.
A fifth independent councillor has stepped down from Bingham Town Council in the space of two months.
Man charged with three further historical child sex offences, alleged to have taken place 30 years ago.
The Mayor of Bingham is the latest of a string of councillors to resign from the town's council.
Police officers investigating a burglary in Newark are turning to the public for help in identifying a man, having exhausted a number of lines of inquiry.
The A1 northbound carriageway has re-opened following a serious collision involving two vehicles.
During a good-natured grilling from primary school pupils, MP Mr Robert Jenrick described how he was heckled on his first day in the job.
Hundreds of people attended the 97th Flintham and District Ploughing Match and Show at Sibthorpe yesterday.
Coffee mornings are being held across the Advertiser area today as part of an annual event organised by Macmillan Cancer Support.
The owner of a beauty salon specialising in nails and lashes has been shortlisted as a finalist for two awards in the Best Business Women Awards 2017.
The work of two trading standards officers who support victims of mass marketing scams in Nottinghamshire is to be extended for six months.