Cumbria Trading Standards has praised tobacco sellers in Carlisle after all seven that were visited in the city successfully passed an undercover sting earlier this month.
Cumbria Trading Standards officers are working in partnership with district council colleagues across the county to send a warning to traders selling cars from roadside verges.
One of the main routes in and out of Barrow will be improved over two nights next week when Cumbria Highways carries out a resurfacing scheme.
Journalists are invited to attend a media briefing on Monday January 31st at 1pm to learn more about the county council's draft budget for 2011/12.
Cumbria's grit stocks look healthier than ever, thanks to the arrival of 9,300 tonnes of rock salt at the Port of Workington.
A campaign has been launched to recruit people in Cumbria to serve on school appeal panels.
Councils across the North West, including Cumbria County Council, are hoping 2011 is the year that more people will make a difference to a child’s life by becoming foster carers.
A bridge destroyed in the Cumbria floods of November 2009 is now open again after being rebuilt.
New mums and dads in north Cumbria will be getting a visit from firefighters when they return home to help protect new babies from the risk of fire.
Local businesses are set to be boosted by a range of council contracts worth up to £24m over the next four years.
Work on the new £6 million Vickerstown Primary School officially gets underway on Monday 24 January.
Work is set to start next week on building a temporary pedestrian crossing on the site of a South Lakeland bridge partially destroyed in the devastating floods of November 2009.
Breast cancer screening and services in Cumbria will be the main focus of the county's Health and Wellbeing Scrutiny Committee at a meeting in Kendal next week (January 25th).
People in Workington are being asked for their views on how best to create a lasting memorial to commemorate the devastating floods of November 2009.
The Windermere Ferry is back in operation again following repair work.
The Windermere ferry is not in operation today due to technical problems.
Cumbria County Council is to undertake its annual survey of adults in the county later this month so that it can build a picture of the experiences of adult social care service users and help improve the service offered, both in the county, and nationally.
A company in charge of a Cumbrian hotel has been fined more than £4,000 for damaging a protected limestone pavement.
The best young crime writers in Cumbria are being sought out in a national competition launched by the Crime Writers' Association (CWA).
A Cumbrian mum who lost her son in car crash has teamed up with the county’s road safety partnership for a television advert that has already been viewed more than 600,000 times.
Almost 56 per cent of pupils in Cumbria achieved the national indicator of five or more A*-C GCSE passes, including English and maths, a record for the county.
Frizington is gearing up for a New Year blitz as Together We Can comes to town.
A feasibility study to determine how fire and rescue services in Northumberland and Cumbria could be shared will begin after councillors in both counties gave it the green light.
Twenty eight dancers from Carlisle and Allerdale are set to perform at one of Greater Manchester's leading theatres as they show off their talent at a regional performance.
++Joint media release: Cumbria Mental Health Group and Cumbria County Council++
Councillors today (Thursday January 6) approved plans for changes to concessionary bus travel in Cumbria.
A new blueprint for fighting poverty and protecting Cumbria's most vulnerable people has been agreed today at a meeting of Cumbria County Council's Cabinet.
The first set of community events, where the public will be able to have their say in person on the county council's budget proposals and priorities, will begin next week.
Cumbria's libraries will kick off the New Year by encouraging its youngest customers to start a habit which will hopefully last a lifetime: regularly borrowing books from their local library.
Two potential developers have been selected to firm up their plans to redevelop the site of Derwent Forest at Broughton Moor, the former Royal Naval Armaments Depot in West Cumbria.