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What really struck me about this year’s Lancaster Music Festival was the energy.
A well-known and respected parish priest in Morecambe’s West End has bid farewell to the town.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
This week is National Hate Crime Awareness Week and police would like to raise awareness on what a hate incident or hate crime is and why is important that you have the confidence and trust to report them.
A closure notice has been served on a flat in Lancaster following complaints of drug dealing, noise and anti-social behaviour.
Over 150 Morecambe residents and business representatives attended the annual Morecambe in Bloom presentation at the Headway Hotel.
A beauty queen from Morecambe who wears a hijab has had racist insults hurled at her since wearing the headscarf.
A week of free activities, workshops and competitions aimed at showcasing the variety of work that goes on at the University of Cumbria will take place in the centre of Lancaster this October half-term.
Lancashire-based ethical ticketing firm Vibe Tickets has now raised a further £750,000 of follow-on funding.
Hundreds visited the resort at the weekend to take part in the annual steampunk festival.
Stunned onlookers in Morecambe saw a twister in the sky during freak weather conditions.
The fight continues to save Heysham Swimming Pool.
Shaun Gash has led an incredible life due to his belief that nothing is impossible.
A single MP for Morecambe, Heysham and Lancaster is looking increasingly likely.
A man has died following a two-vehicle smash on the M6 motorway.
A Heysham woman has led a fundraising campaign for a dog charity which makes a difference to her life.
A Heysham teacher will find out if she is a classroom hero at a glittering ceremony which will be broadcasted on BBC television.
An application to demolish part of White Lund’s old First World War munitions factory has been deferred.
Year 6 pupils at Great Wood Primary School had the opportunity to quiz John Bercow MP during a live question and answer session this week.
Thousands of people have been enjoying the sights and sounds of Lancaster Music Festival this weekend - and the show’s not over yet.