The Westmorland Gazette
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A RATHER unpleasant looking local authority office block has just been demolished on a site opposite Kendal fire station on Busher Walk, after being left vacant for a number of years and having proved unsaleable.
Friends of a late Ambleside woman took to the water in her memory.
POLICE are investigating the theft of cash from an ATM at Kirkby Stephen, during which an explosion was caused to allow the thieves to get at the machine.
THE Westmorland Gazette today launches a campaign to give the selfless carers of South Lakeland a much-deserved break.
ALMOST £7,000 was raised at a fine dining event where the 21 dishes were made with ingredients that would otherwise gone to waste.
THERE are tailbacks on the A590 between Kendal and Ulverston.
CUMBRIA Constabulary is holding a week long knife surrender as part of Operation Sceptre, an operation held across forces nationally to tackle knife crime.
Victims of drivers who caused serious crashes in Cumbria whilst distracted behind the wheel have spoken out as part of a national campaign.
AN 84-YEAR-OLD man has died after a two-vehicle collision on the A65 near Ingleton on Friday (September 14) afternoon.
A NORTH Lancashire teenager has been named fourth in his age category at the World Street Dance Championships.
STORM Helene is expected to bring gusts of wind up to 50mph to parts of Cumbria.
A PLAN for a hydropower scheme at Troutbeck has been lodged with the Lake District National Park Authority.
THERE is a speed restriction of 50mph on the M6 northbound due to debris on the road.
LONG-serving Craven councillor and a former chairman of the authority, Beth Graham, has died at the age of 91.
A HORSE was rescued after a collision on the A590 yesterday (September 16).
OFFENDERS have broken a window at Kendal's Castle Dairy restaurant.
LEVENS Parish Council has bought two new speed indicator devices for the village.
LIVING on a quiet country lane, about a mile long, I feel the need to pick up discarded rubbish, mostly plastic, before it enters the nearby river and ultimately the ocean.
To mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette in 2018, we are publishing a photograph from our archives on our website every day this year.
More reaction to proposals to allow Hindus a special place to scatter ashes of loved-ones on Windermere
PROVIDING a special area on the shore of Windermere so Hindus can scatter cremated remains of loved ones would help boost Lake District tourism.