Part of a key town centre road will be closed from Saturday as part of work to improve Newark’s sewer system.
A couple who were among the first Caribbean families to settle in Newark have celebrated their diamond wedding.
A volunteer lock keeper is encouraging others to try their hand at the role after an appeal for more people to operate tidal locks.
Eighteen thousand households in Newark and Sherwood may have missed out on saving £1,500 by not switching energy supplier, research reveals.
A life-saving service is to be extended to operate round-the-clock.
More than 200 people braved driving snow to watch a football match played in honour of a firefighter who died following a brave fight against illness.
Signature dishes from eateries in the Advertiser area are included in a new cookbook published to champion independent businesses.
A 50-year-old man has gone missing from the Newark area.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
A contestant in a competition to find Miss Newark 2018 is urging other girls from the town and surrounding villages to enter.
A project that distributes furniture to people suffering hardship is also helping ex-offenders get their lives back on track.
The mother of two teenagers is campaigning for free transport to their catchment area school for pupils up to the age of 18.
The start of a new year is always a good time to look both forward and back, to reflect on what has been achieved and to grasp the opportunities and to plan for the challenges that lie ahead.
Victims of loan sharks are being encouraged to report their experience to a national team supported by Nottinghamshire County Council’s Trading Standards team.
The National Civil War Centre has been given the seal of approval by Arts Council England.
Residents have criticised Newark and Sherwood District Council over plans to build four flats on land in the middle of their road.
Members of the Fernwood Petanque Club presented money they have raised to the Alzheimer’s Society, Nottinghamshire.
A mum from Newark has named her baby boy after the emergency call handler who helped him be delivered.
Pupils at a Newark school had the chance to grill a former education secretary today on topics such as Brexit and education.
Free cancer advice and support is coming to Newark Market Place on Friday, January 26 from 9am to 4pm.
A charity that provides play opportunities for more than 6,000 children a year will close at the end of March unless it can raise at least £10,000.
A housing development has been approved for a site where evidence of Medieval burials was found.
Dreams can come true if you want them to — say a former Mayor and Mayoress of Newark who are on their way to achieving theirs.
A firm of architects that led the refurbishment of an 18th Century house in Newark have been recognised with a Newark Civic Trust award.