Arnold was referred to as “Ernehale” in Domesday Book of 1086. This name meant ‘place frequented by eagles’ or ‘the valley of eagles’.
It is home to the largest town centre in the borough of Gedling.
Since 1968 Arnold has had a market, and the town used to have numerous factories associated with the hosiery industry.
Nottinghamshire Police have been headquartered in Arnold since 1979. At the time of the 2011 census, Arnold had a population of 37,768.
Areas within Arnold include Daybrook, Woodthorpe, Redhill, Warren Hill and Killisick.
The incident happened around 8pm on Redhill Road
Nottinghamshire Police’s Knife Crime Team seized the bladed weapon during a proactive work as part of Operation Sceptre.
The 23-year-old man’s car was stopped on Mansfield Road in Redhill by Neighborhood Policing Officers
The male was arrested on suspicion of Possessing Class B drugs with the intent to supply.
Flexible paid work at Arnold care home being offered to help those with cash worries during coronavirus crisis
Ideal Carehomes, who runs Coppice Lodge, said it is aiming to bring people together by recruiting local people to lend a helping hand
Three men were reported to have broken into a house in Rolleston Drive
Officers from Op Reacher and Arnold Neighbourhood Policing Team executed Misuse of Drugs Act warrants on Louisa Close and Danes Close in the town.
The incident took place at MSR News in Front Street
PD Flak and PD Bart are the latest members of the force and are named after the dogs of two late police officers.
Gedling Borough Council has erected the CCTV camera on a pole on Rolleston Drive in a bid to help cut down on crime.
Nottingham’s own Henry Normal will be at Arnold, Burton Joyce, Carlton, Carlton Hill, Ravenshead and Gedling Libraries during April and May.
James Street was recently resurfaced by Nottinghamshire County Council, but their efforts weren’t appreciated by one resident who quickly slammed their efforts on social media.
Pupils climb aboard donated bus which will be soon transformed into unique learning space at Arnold school
The bus arrived at Coppice Farm Primary School after being donated by Nottingham City Transport
People are being urged to have their say on the plans which include a new two-storey building with permanent small business units and a revamped market.
Pupils at Pinewood Infant School and Foundation Unit in Pinewood Avenue, are able to invite their ‘very special someone’ to a Valentine’s Day Dinner at the school on Friday
Officers were called just after 1.30am today (Sunday 9 February) to a report of an incident on Rosecroft Drive.
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Helen Lloyd, the manager of Arnold Foodbank, said they’d never had a Christmas like it in terms of donations
County Council announce plans for new £14m office in Linby and revamp of Arnold and Carlton buildings
The office refurbishments and construction scheme are part of a £28m ‘masterplan’ unveiled yesterday by council chiefs.
A former police dog trainer got an early birthday surprise yesterday, when Nottinghamshire Police’s Dog Section visited him at his care home in Arnold.
Officers are asking witnesses to come forward following the incident in High Street yesterday (January 31).
The 88-year-old woman had been helping a man believed to be a delivery driver, deliver a parcel.
The green light was given on Wednesday to erect a CCTV camera on a pole on Rolleston Drive in the town in a bid to help cut down on crime.
Readers contacted us in their droves to tell us about Gedling borough’s worst affected streets
The county council-owned land in Rolleston Drive, in Arnold, was the site of offices which had been derelict for around six years before the fire.
The team visited some of the areas more built up areas including Arnold, Carlton, Mapperley, Netherfield, Colwick and Daybrook,
Davidsons Homes has submitted proposals for the new development on land to the west of Mapperley Plains and Catfoot Lane.
Officers are concerned for the safety of Lexi Holland, 15, after she was reported missing from the New Ollerton area.
Just the ticket: Nottingham City Transport donate bus to Arnold school which will now be revamped into learning space
The bus has been donated to Coppice Farm Primary School by Nottingham City Transport.
An opticians in Arnold is urging people to keep an eye on their senses as part of a New Year health awareness campaign.
Bus timetable changes for some Arnold, Burton Joyce, Carlton and Mapperley services come into effect in January 2020
Nottingham City Transport has announced a number of timetable changes for some borough services, from January.
The Townhouse Bar and Kitchen, situated at 1-5 High Street, now has a ‘Forfeiture’ signs on the door.
Officers said they are concerned for the welfare of 16-year-old Toan Nuguyen
Here’s when buses will be running from Nottingham City Centre back to parts of Gedling borough during the early hours of January 1.
The incident took place on a tram at Waverley Street at around 8pm on May 10
Children from Burntstump Seely C of E Academy have something to sing about after joining the Carlton Male Voice Choir on stage at their Christmas concert
‘She saved our Christmas’: Single mum from Daybrook praises police officer who tracked down missing gift for her 12-year-old autistic son
Jen Beal had ordered a gaming computer from an online market place site for her son, Dylan, who has autism.
Children at Killisick Junior School have been collecting boxes filled with hats and gloves and toiletries
Little Lambs representatives, delivered more than 35 bags of shopping to Arnold Foodbank.
If approved, the new bar would be based at 33-35 Front Street, in units previously occupied by Raez Shoes and Bargain Booze.