Here’s just some of what you’ll be reading in this week’s Chad...
We have the full story after ex Stags player and manager Paul Holland admitted fraud and forgery in relation to his time managing a non-league club.
Police issue a plea for people to give up their guns as a national amnesty is launched.
See how our towns honoured the fallen in our Remembrance Day photo round-up.
We chat to a Mansfield family left devastated after the body of their beloved pet – who died after being hit by a car – was handed back by council officers in a bin bag.
Read all about the Forest Town teenager who has learnt to walk unaided again after losing the ability two years ago due to a neurological condition.
There’s all you need to know about five local festive lights switch-ons.
And find out how you can claim your free garlic bread from Pizza Hut.
Of course there’s your usual helping of community news, letters, columns and more in YOUR Chad.
As well as all of this, there’s your guide to what’s on when and where in our entertainment section GO! and all the latest Stags and sport headlines dominate the back pages.