A DRUG dealer who carries a “heavy responsibility” over a notorious murder has been jailed for almost four years.
AN influential principal who has transformed her Barrow college into a nationally recognised institution will retire in the spring.
COMMITTED recyclers are struggling to fit cardboard through the letterbox openings of new recycling bins rolled out across South Lakeland just two weeks ago.
AFTER months of discussion, a two-day legal hearing over a proposed supermarket in Ulverston started today. (11 comments)
FROM tomorrow (1 October 2014), motorists won’t need to display a round paper tax disc in their windscreens. If you’re confused about what the tax disc changes mean for you, the Evening Mail has prepared this guide.
TICKETS have gone on sale for all the major music festivals next summer, including Cumbria’s own Kendal Calling, but none of the bands have been announced. Is it fair that people are being asked to commit to buying tickets for bands they might not enjoy, at the risk of missing out altogether?
A LINDAL motorcyclist who raised thousands of pounds for charity died after he clipped a kerb and crashed into a car travelling in the opposite direction.
AN inspiring group which supports people who self-harm has been nominated for a Love Barrow award.
THE Big Clean is back with a bang and we are asking residents to suggest Furness places for a summer cleaning blitz.
Police say this man was left for dead in an unprovoked attack, suffering injuries so severe they could have led to a murder investigation.
AN unprecedented level of development and investment means Ulverston is about to embark on one the most exciting decades in its history. (5 comments)
A DRIVE to help a vital service cope with rising demand over the summer holidays has received a welcome donation.
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VICTORIA Rothery, 32, from Ulverston, a florist at Dodd’s Florist, and Paul Braithwaite, 30, from Haverthwaite, a self-employed painter and decorator married at Holy Trinity Church, Bardsea, on Saturday May 24, 2014.
WE don’t do summer holidays in my household, preferring to spend July, August and September at home, heading further afield at “the back end”. (2 comments)
THE Spanish Riding School of Vienna performs in the North of England for the first time from October 31 to November 2. NATALIE CHAPPLES went to meet the top riders and horses at home in the Austrian capital ahead of the tour