Cumbria Police have launched an investigation after a lamb was killed in a field
Lanes reopen on M6 after two lanes closed because of an overturned vehicle
POLICE are looking for a walking stick which they suspect was a weapon in a Barrow assault.
THE thrilling Conference North battle will go to the final day with Barrow AFC still in pole position after sweeping aside Tamworth with a resounding 4-1 home victory. (6 comments)
Volunteers adorned themselves in clothing shop Two by Two’s finest garbs to strut their stuff to raise money for St Mary’s Hospice and the Leven Valley Support Group
Questions on how an unstable killer was able to axe his mum and sister to death in their Millom home could be answered next month.
- Walney man accused of attempted murder due to stand trial
- Retired Barrow submariner died of industrial disease, inquest hears
- Highways safety fears put brakes on South Cumbria housing plan
- Barrow couple turn to Facebook after prescription requests refused
- Barrow fishmongers' car keys stolen while fishing on Walney
A MAN from Kendal has been sentenced today for numerous offences relating to indecent images of children.
CUMBRIA police are warning residents and tourists to be extra vigilant after a spate of thefts from motor vehicles parked in rural areas.
ON-CALL firefighters will not be properly trained and are unlikely to earn the £6,000 a year they have been promised, a union official has claimed. (2 comments)
SAT at the back of The Forum, I found myself whisked away to 1862 Bangkok and totally engrossed in a famous tale.
AN inquest into the death of a bereaved and anorexic Barrow mum will resume.
A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
• Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply (1 comment)
THIS week’s general election campaign continued with the announcement of the Liberal Democrat manifesto
BARROVIAN goalkeeping starlet Curtis Anderson is naturally over the Blue Moon about his progress at Premier League giants Manchester City.
ARNIE is one of the biggest moggys the carers at Animal Welfare can remember seeing in a very long time.
PETS can be a wonderful addition to a family, but adding a new animal to the family is something that deserves careful consideration.
LET’S hear it for the girls in this year’s Evening Mail Top Pet Competition 2015.
• View the slideshows below and find out how to vote
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KIRSTY Haddock, 32, a clinical systems trainer of Prescot, Merseyside, and Ryan Brown, 27, a lifestyle fitness club manager, of Millom, married at The Grange Hotel, Grange, on March 14
A FOOTBALL coach who has guided a team to win scores of trophies has received the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week for her endless enthusiasm for school sport.
WHEN I was looking around for places to enjoy an indulgent Sunday lunch in the heart of the Lake District, all signs seemed to point towards Storrs Hall On The Lake.
SHUNNING the bright lights of tacky holiday resorts, ELLEN MANNING discovers her Greek island idyll in Lefkas