Plans have been unveiled for £3m new state-of-the-art facilities for children with special educational needs in Kendal. South Cumbria.Read the full story ›
The family of an 83-year-old man killed on the A6 near Kendal have paid tribute to 'a devoted husband who'll be greatly missed'.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses following a five vehicle crash near Kendal that left an 86-year-old seriously injured.
Officers were called to the incident involving a Renault Clio, Kia Rio, Citroen C4, Ford Fiesta and Ibiza Sport on the A590 at around 5:20pm yesterday.
After the collision the 86-year-old front seat passenger of the Fiesta got out of the car and was hit by another vehicle.
The driver and passenger of the Clio, a man and woman in their 80s, from Grange, were taken to Westmorland General Hospital with minor injuries.
Police say nobody else was injured but the road was closed for six hours while officers carried out investigations.
The final report into how and why Kendal flooded during Storm Desmond last year will be presented to the community tonight.
It also looks at what measures can be taken to prevent it happening again.
The meeting takes place at Sandylands Methodist Church at 7pm.
A mental health ward in Kendal is to remain open until the outcome of a delayed public consultation into its future.Read the full story ›
Zdzislaw Lewalski began dealing the class A drug after falling into debt through his delicatessen business.Read the full story ›
Town centres across the region have been switching on their Christmas lights this weekend.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are expected in Kendal for the next three days for the Mountain Festival, one of the biggest events in the town's calendar.
It brings a huge amount of money to the local economy and has become the place to be for outdoor enthusiasts.
The event began with a torchlight opening ceremony this evening.
Google staff taught schoolchildren in Kendal how to keep safe online.Read the full story ›
Internet giant Google has chosen 200 Kendal school students to host an interactive assembly.
The workshop at Heron Hill is designed to educate pupils from year three to year six, about the dangers of the internet and how to stamp out cyber bullying.