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Morecambe’s volunteer RNLI lifeboat crew launched after a report that a man had been cut off by the incoming tide.
The family of a pensioner who died following a collision in Melling has paid tribute to “a devoted father and grandfather” who played an active role in World War 2.
Students at Lancaster & Morecambe College have been taking part in different sporting activities in a bid to highlight mental health issues.
Plans to build a two mile long flood wall along the river Lune between Halton and Lancaster have been revealed.
Poppies to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War have been planted in an historic part of the Lancaster campus of the University of Cumbria.
A family has paid tribute after a pensioner died in a road collision last week.
Tributes have been paid to former Morecambe snooker club owner Jack Ridehalgh, who has died aged 89.
Staff, governors and patients got into the birthday spirit at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary to celebrate the NHS’s 70th birthday.
The sun is blazing - the perfect time for an ice cream.
A grandmother who endured a terrifying health scare on a plane is planning to conquer her fear by doing a 11,000ft charity skydive.
The variety of weightlifting disciplines mean this is a sport for anyone to take part in
Plans for a former church in Morecambe to be converted into a community centre have been submitted to Lancaster City Council.
You don't want to be stuck indoors in this weather.
Lancaster-based accommodation provider CityBlock is expanding into the residential housing market with the launch of The Urban Project.
Lancaster University researchers are seeking help from the public to find out more about a hidden stream that is believed to have contributed to recent city centre floods.
This photo of pupils at Balmoral County Secondary School pupils (which became Heysham High and is now called Bay Leadership Academy) was sent to us by Lynne Hobin.
Mental health services worked with young people who have experience of mental health issues to hold a one-day conference on the transformation of services to improve the way that mental health care is provided.
Water company United Utilities says it is struggling to meet demand with an extra half a billion litres of water a day being provided to customers across the North West.
St John’s Hospice invited members of the local healthcare community to come and discuss the upcoming challenges of providing palliative care for an ageing population and to hear about exciting new projects at the hospice.
A senior site manager for McCarthy and Stone’s Keerford View in Carnforth, is celebrating after picking up the coveted Pride in the Job Quality Award from the National House Builders’ Council (NHBC).