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Monday Jul 21 | News and Star
Council chiefs face a near A 2 million bill to replace street lights being taken down by a power firm.
FAMILY CELEBRATION: Harriet Marsh, 100, with son Ben Marsh, left, and brother Joseph Messenger, right, at the Dales Care Home in Maryport Harriet, known as Hettie to her family, is from Workington but is now in the Dales home in Maryport along with her son Ben, who is 75. Hettie was delighted with the party which was shared with staff at the Dales.
A man who claims he was stopped from taking fresh apples to Maryport's cottage hospital has launched a petition against plans to close its kitchen.
It gave school leavers and job seekers the chance to speak to local employees about vacancies, apprenticeships, training and further education in a variety of fields including retail, construction and IT.
Jonathan Kemp, 28, whose family run the Captain Nelson pub in Maryport, had an argument with his new wife Alyson, 24, from Cockermouth, last Friday.
In a show fronted by presenter and archaeologist Mark Horton, the programme will look at the excavations taking place at Camp Farm.
Plans to roll out ready meals to all cottage hospitals in Cumbria are on hold while bosses find out more about what people think of them.
Sue Donachy, 45, who owns Sugar 'n' Sue in Maryport, and her plumber husband Peter, 52, are selling their Flimby Brow home and their businesses.
Hundreds of teachers and school workers, firefighters, council workers and civil servants are expected to stop work for a day of action.
But Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust said this week it was putting the scheme on hold to enable bosses to find out more about what people think of them.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 01:27 pm
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