A 66-year-old man died after a crash in west Cumbria.
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Hundreds of people lined the streets in Maryport on Wednesday to pay tribute to the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.
This is people’s first chance to have a look inside the new £90 million West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven.
Two West Cumbrian firemen are heading to Europe today on a special tour of remembrance.
Cricketers finally made their long-awaited return to their home ground at Threlkeld Cricket Club on Saturday, three years after it was destroyed by floods.
A Workington beauty salon that was set up in a garage is celebrating its 10th birthday.
A teenager who died in the Keswick School bus crash will be remembered in the week she would have turned 21.
Members of Workington Rugby Union Club will meet next week to discuss how to replace vandalised seats at its Ellis Ground stadium.
The first major winners of a local lottery have been revealed.
A group of Cockermouth traders have joined forces to promote the town on television and hope it will inspire others to do the same. (5 comments)
Friends and family of a popular Maryport man will pay tribute to him next month by having a round of golf for charity.
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