A school in West Cumbria will be closed on Monday.
Montreal Church of England Primary School in Cleator Moor will remain closed for the day because it will have no heating.
It is due to re-open on Tuesday, according to Cumbria County Council.
An inquest has heard a west Cumbrian man died following a "quite ferocious attack" by one of his pet dogs.Read the full story ›
A man has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries after being struck by a car as he crossed the road in Cleator Moor.
At 19:50 on Saturday 20th February, a purple Mini, driven by a 20-year old lady from Frizzington, collided with the man as he left the Four Seasons convenience store on the High Street.
The 48-year old man was initially taken to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle but has since been transferred to the RVI in Newcastle.
The driver was uninjured. Cumbria Police is appealing for witnesses.
Police have found the body of Stephen Nicholls in Cleator Moor.
The 34-year-old, of Clayton Avenue, was found in the Todholes Road area at around 11:30am by a member of the public.
There are no suspicious circumstances around his death, and the coroner has been informed.
Police are concerned about a 34-year-old man who is missing in the Cleator Moor area.
Stephen Nicholls was last seen at 10pm on Saturday 7 November, getting into a taxi on Tangier Street, Whitehaven, outside the Rock Bar.
He is described as white, 6ft, of slim build, with dark stubble on his face and scars on his arms.
He was last seen wearing a grey jumper, light denim jeans and grey canvas pumps.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen Mr Nicholls to get in touch.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cumbria Police on 101.
A couple from Cleator Moor are so fed up with rubbish being dumped near their home, they're encouraging people to post photos of Cumbria's "grot spots".
Hannah McNulty has this report:
A Cleator Moor couple are trying to inspire a community clean up, by posting pictures of the town's "grot spots".
Joan and John Poulart are sick of rubbish being dumped outside their home on Queen Street.
They've asking people to take their own photos of the town's "grot spots", which are covered in rubbish, and post them to the Cleator Moor Born and Bred Facebook page.
A woman has been charged with wounding with intent after a reported stabbing of a man on Sunday 28 December.
Vicky Rudd, aged 36, of High Street, Cleator Moor, was arrested after police were called to an incident in the area at 7:11pm.
A 28-year-old local woman was also arrested, but has since been released with no further action to be taken.
The man, aged 39, from Cleator Moor, was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary with serious injuries.
Rudd will next appear at West Cumbria Magistrates Court on Tuesday 30th December 2014.
Connecting Cumbria - a partnership between Cumbria County Council and BT - is celebrating getting 50,000 homes and businesses online with super fast broadband in 12 months.
Scruffy Dog Media in Cleator Moor is one company that's just been connected to superfast broadband.
"It's so important for companies to have access to modern means of communication. For us it's a vital way of reaching our clients. Before we'd have to leave files uploading over night. Once it was quicker for me to drive to Carlisle than have some designs sent over the internet."
To get superfast broadband when it's been installed, the customer has to order an upgrade and has access to a number of internet service providers.
Prosecutors say a man who sexually abused five young girls in Cumbria over more than 20 years showed no remorse for his actions.
William Richardson, from Cleator Moor, commonly known as Jack, has been jailed for 16 years at Carlisle Crown Court for the abuse between 1976 and 1999. The victims’ ranged from five to 13 years.
Katie Nicolson, Senior Crown Prosecutor for CPS North West said: “William Richardson is a sexual predator who got away with abusing young girls for many years. Today his crimes have caught up with him and he must face up to the consequences of his actions as he begins this prison sentence.
“He has shown no remorse for his actions. He made partial admissions to the police after he was arrested playing down the level of abuse to minimise his culpability. He then put his victims through the ordeal of having to relive the abuse he inflicted upon them at a trial. The jury saw through his half-truths and outright lies and found him guilty on all counts.
“This case is another example that no matter how long ago sexual abuse was committed, victims can see justice done. Richardson’s victims have shown great courage in coming forward and standing up to their abuser and I sincerely hope that they can now begin to move on with their lives.