Carlisle's Under 18s are just two matches from being crowned the best in England. A semi-final win will take them to the National Cup final.
A breakfast club in Carlisle which helps addicts and recovering addicts could be forced to close because of a cash shortage.
Letters written by a couple during the Second World War have been discovered at a house in Carlisle. They are due to up for auction.
Coming off the back of last weekend's six one annihilation at the hands of Preston, Carlisle United have two games in four days over the Easter bank holiday.
Results against Walsall tomorrow and Peterborough on Monday could go a long way towards deciding whether or not the blues stay in League One next season.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle is gearing up for the Bank Holiday weekend. The city's Easter fair opens tonight while the popular Contintental Market is up and running in the city centre.
The market has a range of gifts and food from across Continental Europe.
Both events finish on Monday.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to in connection with a a theft in Carlisle.
A VW transporter was broken into at about 1am on Monday, 31 March on Warwick Road.
A large drill with diamond tipped cutter was stolen and an attempt was also made to steal the built in radio and sat nav.
The two men pictured were in the area shortly before the theft took place.
Police believe they may have information regarding the incident.
Anyone who recognises the men pictured or has any information about the incident is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101. They can ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A series of meetings about the future of healthcare in the region begins today.
Health bosses are currently writing a five-year plan designed to give people better services across Allerdale, Copeland, Carlisle and Eden.
Carlisle Cathedral is home to carvings that date back 600 years.
A local art historian, who has studied them for 25 years, has made a new discovery about the meaning behind one of the carvings.
They are part of misericords, seats that tip up for the clergy to perch on during long periods of prayer.
Lisa Cooke reports:
Hannah McNulty was at Carlisle Train Station today for the opening of the new access facilities.
She spoke to a disabled rights campaigner to find out how much of a difference it will make.
The Meals On Wheels service in Carlisle is radically changing.
A not-for-profit co-operative has taken it over and is promising to provide food from local farms.
Fair Meals Direct will prepare the food at the Water Street homeless shelter in Carlisle by a professional chef and provide meals for people living in the city.
Most of the meat and vegetables will be sourced from farms within a 30 miles radius of Carlisle.
They hope that they can expand from the current 25 meals and wheels clients in future.
Matthew Taylor reports:
A new way of providing a hot meal for vulnerable people is being tried out.
A food co-operative called Fair Meals Direct is taking over the Meals On Wheels service in Carlisle.
Volunteers will deliver cooked meals to elderly people's homes but a lot of the food will now be from local farmers.
It's a pioneering scheme that organisers hope will catch on elsewhere.
Mark Lloyd is Director of Sustainable Carlisle:
New access to platforms at Carlisle Railway Station for people with mobility issues, luggage and prams, was officially opened by the city's Mayor this morning.
The money for the improvements has come from the Department for Transport.
Ben Herbert from Network Rail explains the importance of step-free access:
£1.8 million access improvements at Carlisle Railway Station are officially opened.
A disused subway has been brought back into use thanks to two new lifts.
Around two million people use Carlisle train station every year and now everyone should have better access around the station.
The scheme has been funded by the Department for Transport.