A SMALL-TIME Barrow drug dealer who provided cannabis to a close circle of family and friends has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid work.
THE trial of a Barrow man charged with beating a woman and then assaulting a policeman was due to begin today.
REDUNDANCIES are under way at a Barrow detergent manufacturer which will see a factory’s workforce cut by almost half.
POLICE are appealing for help to trace a Cumbria teenager who went missing while visiting Blackpool and has not been seen since Friday afternoon.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a new housing estate on unspoiled green land in Barrow have now been submitted to planning chiefs. (18 comments)
Commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares next year. We're asking our readers to take part in a short survey to give their opinions about rail services.
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KIND-HEARTED residents have continued to back a campaign to raise enough money to pay for one tonne of food for struggling families.
• Tomorrow the Evening Mail pop-up shop will be accepting donations of food and money for the foodbank at Booths in Ulverston between 10am and 2pm.
AFTER a summer of worrying, nervous teenagers will finally receive their GCSE results tomorrow morning.
• See the Evening Mail website – www.nwemail.co.uk – throughout Thursday for live GCSE results day coverage. Those using the hashtag #emexams in their tweets will see their messages and selfies appear on the Evening Mail homepage as part of out live Twitter feed for results day
An investigation has been launched after the sudden death of a man at Sellafield.
A DONATION of £1,000 will help improve the life of a sight-impaired Barrow five-year-old child.
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THE 2014/15 Premier League got underway this weekend with a shock giant-slaying at Old Trafford and clinical title-defending from the reigning champions. We ask local football fans: Who will take the silverware this season?
CUMBRIA commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares.
FURNESS fairway queen Natasha Slater led from the front to help England secure a 7-2 victory over Switzerland in their under-16 international at Heswall Golf Club in Cheshire.
Cumbria County Council voted to introduce on-street parking charges following huge cuts to its funding. The Evening Mail is backing the Reverse the Charges campaign to abandon the plans - but here we are happy to publish the council's full Frequently Asked Questions document (1 comment)
COELIAC disease is a condition caused by the body’s immune system over reacting to the presence of gluten. It is estimated that around one in 100 people in the UK have coeliac disease.
FIVE lucky Evening Mail readers won a range of prizes that helped them out with daily costs.