A young girl has suffered head injuries after a collision with a car.
- Your chance to help shape town’s new £9m leisure centre
- Cumbrian bike racer who hit parked ambulance awarded six-figure sum
- Heartbroken family’s tributes to Ben, 18
- Bid to rebuild West Cumbria fire garage
- Crisis point at Maryport dock as cash pot runs dry
- Cockermouth Carnival cancelled
- Jail for West Cumbria bottle attack man
- Workington's Body Shop will close on June 8
Calling all budding young snappers!
Hunter Davies believes he’s found the perfect home for his £1m collection of handwritten letters and lyrics by John Lennon.
One of Workington’s most iconic buildings will be subject to a spooky investigation this weekend.
As work progresses on Cumbria’s first university technical college, Rob Rimmer, of the college’s board, tells us about its vision and the opportunities it will bring for young people in West Cumbria.
A Workington youngster got the chance to live the dream on Saturday when he auditioned for a part in Billy Elliot.
Meet a West Cumbrian special needs group who are breaking down barriers through laughter and learning to find their place in the community
Morrisons checkout manager and well-known netball player Sandra Ann Myers, 55, died on May 7 after a short battle with cancer.
A group has been set up to oppose the building of up to 400 homes off Strawberry How Road in Cockermouth.
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