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People with two valuable blood groups are being urged to donate at Lancaster Donor Centre now.
A hero builder has told how he bravely pulled a woman from her burning car seconds before it was completely engulfed in flames.
A number of exotic animals were stolen from a Lancaster pet shop in an overnight raid.
One of the city’s most popular open mic nights will be ressurected for one night only.
Fire crews are still at the scene of a fire at Asda petrol station which has damaged several cars.
A former city Mayor, a retired health manager and a university lecturer from Lancaster have been found guilty of wilfully obstructing a highway during an anti-fracking protest.
An under-threat Morecambe care home could be saved after its operator struck a last-ditch finance deal.
With a puff of smoke, a boo, a cheer, sparkle and glitz, a technical glitch and some musical magic, mix it altogether in a rusty old lamp and oh yes, it could only be opening night of Preston’s 2017 pantomime Aladdin.
Diabetes services at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (RLI) have received a significant
A former Mayor of Lancaster has slammed organisers for using reindeer at a festive event.
A man who was working as a scrap metal dealer but still claiming benefits has escaped being sent to jail.
A medieval hat badge discovered in Quernmore has been acquired by Lancaster City Museum .
A man who assaulted a woman while she was pregnant has been given 30 days in jail to run alongside his current prison term.
A man who sold heroin and crack cocaine from a flat which was being used for drug dealing has been jailed.
A community meeting is being held to discuss child poverty in Morecambe following an investigation this week.
Standards in Lancashire’s schools – including two in the Lancaster district – are falling, according to the schools watchdog Ofsted.
Lancashire’s only Green county councillor has devised a five point plan to help reduce future flooding risks across the county.
Specialist beer bars in America and Manchester have inspired a Lancaster landlord to take on a new venture.
County Council leader Geoff Driver calls for auditors to investigate payments of £.5m council health and wellbeing grants
The Tory leader of Lancashire County Council wants auditors to investigate how £500,000 of grants were distributed in the dying days of the previous Labour administration at County Hall.
The extent of child poverty across the district has led to many youngsters now suffering from rickets, an investigation has found.