This year's Maryport Blues Festival has been cancelled.
Organisers say it's because of a lack of funding.
There were also health and safety issues about visitor numbers, as it was the same weekend as Kendal Calling.
The event was due to start at the end of the month.
All artists booked to take part have been informed and people who have bought tickets will be refunded.
The festival sees musicians perform in a marquee, pubs and on an outdoor stage.
This year would have been the festivals 20th anniversary.
Cumbria fire service have been tackling a major barn fire in Maryport throughout the night.
Firefighters were called to Crosshow Road shortly after 6pm.
The fire had spread to two large barns and an adjoining joiner’s workshop.
Because of the scale of the fire, six more fire engines were called to assist.
It is now believed to be under control and there are no reported injuries.
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A man's been arrested following a police chase in West Cumbria.
The incident occurred at around 11pm on Saturday, 30 March 2018, with police pursuing a grey Volkswagen Passat estate from Maryport to Silloth, taking in the A596 and B5300.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the manner of driving of the Passat.
A 21-year-old man from Maryport was arrested following the pursuit.
Tyler Wilson, of Bowside Road, Dearham, Maryport, has been charged and remanded on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop for police, driving without a license and driving without insurance.
Wilson has also been recalled to prison for breach of his license.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police referencing incident 265 of 30 March 2018.
Simon Lawson has claimed the top spot in the men's wheelchair race at the Great North Run.
The athlete from Maryport crossed the finish line in a time of 39 minutes 26 seconds.
A former British motorcross championship rider, Simon was left paralysed in a crash at the age of 19.
Simon will be sharing his experience of the Great North Run on tonight's programme at 6pm.
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A man has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of Maryport man William Richardson.
Sean Morrin, 32, of Nelson Street, Maryport, was remanded in custody after appearing at West Cumbria Magistrates Court on Friday. He spoke only to confirm his name, address and age and will appear at Carlisle Crown Court next week.
William Richardson suffered fatal injuries in the early hours of Tuesday morning in Senhouse Street in Maryport.
He died the following day in hospital.
Police were called at approximately 00:25am this morning, Tuesday 8 August, to the report of a serious assault involving two males, on Senhouse Street, Maryport.
A 34-year-old man received stab wounds and was taken to Carlisle Infirmary where he remains in a critical condition. Police and other emergency services attended the scene and the area remains cordoned off whilst enquiries continue.
A 32-year-old man from Carlisle has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
Witnesses to the incident are urged to contact police on 101 quoting log number 5 of 8 August, email email@example.com, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A man has been attacked while walking his dog in Maryport.
The victim was with his pet in the Memorial Gardens at around 9:30pm on Friday 19 May, when he was assaulted by three other men.
He suffered head, face, elbow and knee injuries, and one of the attackers kicked his dog.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them on 101.
They say one of the attackers was wearing a black leather flat cap and black leather jacket, while another of the men had mousy brown, shoulder length hair with a fringe.
The people of Maryport have been celebrating the re-opening of their refurbished lighthouse today.
Earlier this year, it underwent a major refurbishment to protect it for the future, and replace recent additions which were not in keeping with the original architecture.
As a result it has been painted inside and out, and a corroded steel panel has been removed, with a new cast iron sheet being put in its place.
Allerdale Borough Council's property services team has been managing the renovation, which was funded by a £50,000 grant, on behalf of Maryport Coastal Communities Team.
The Maryport Lighthouse project was one of 15 initiatives along the British coastline to benefit from a share of £700,000 of government cash with the aim of regenerating seaside towns.
One of the world's oldest cart iron lighthouses will be celebrated after its renovation.
The lighthouse on Maryport's harbour, has featured in paintings by LS Lowry. It has undergone renovation to preserve it, including being painted and having a corroded steel panel removed with a new cast iron sheet bring put in its place.
The celebrations will take place on Thursday, 18th May, where children from Maryport Church of England Junior School will read poems and the local lifeboat crew will visit.
It is great to see this landmark looking so good again. We want to really showcase it as a visitor attraction, for those who love their maritime history, or those who simply love the coast. The paintwork is gleaming again and this is something I hope the whole town can be proud of.
The renovations, which were managed by Allerdale Borough Council's property team, was funded by a £50,000 grant.
It was one of 15 initiatives along the British coastline funded by a government scheme of £700,000 to regenerate seaside towns.