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A pensioner has pleaded guilty to three charges of making and possessing indecent photographs of children.
A woman is still without a fridge, cooker and proper bed nearly seven months after her house was flooded in Galgate.
The work of a group of Lancaster film-makers has been identified as of historic importance and will be preserved for posterity.
A Lancaster community group says people have showed “very little respect for their local environment” after they carried out two litter picks in the space of a week.
Residents of a street in Heysham held a good old fashioned street party to celebrate the royal wedding.
A fun festival celebrating the life of a popular young woman who died of leukaemia is marking its 10th anniversary – and this year there’s an opportunity to win a car!
The work of a Lancaster hospice has been featured as part of the launch of The Big Walk – an Eden Project initiative delivered in partnership with the National Lottery.
A government programme led by Lancaster University to boost economic growth across the UK has scooped a silver award from the European Foundation for Management Development.
Detectives are investigating two cash machine burglaries in Lancaster.
Gum zappers are tackling some of the most gummed-up streets in Morecambe town centre.
Anne Midgley from Wray brought us in a copy of this photograph of pupils at Balmoral Road Secondary Modern School, Morecambe, in 1951.
The theft of a coin box from the ladies toilets next to the former Dome site in Morecambe has delayed the opening of the toilet block.
The Johnsons Apparelmaster team at Lansil Way take great pride in making sure that their customers’ workwear presents a great image by being clean, safe and in tip-top condition.
A special great great grandma celebrated her 100th birthday with her family.
Morecambe darts ace Dave ‘Chizzy’ Chisnall is stepping up to the oche to raise funds for the hospice.
Teenagers who want a place to hang out with their friends have raised the issue with police who say there will be a consultation in the near future.
A Lancaster supermarket came under attack in what is becoming an increasingly regular form of crime.
Plans to demolish a nightclub and bar in the city centre and replace it with student accommodation have been submitted to Lancaster City Council.
Inspectors have labelled Hornby nursery as ‘outstanding’ following a recent Ofsted visit.
Organisers of the Highest Point festival held at Williamson Park over the weekend have hailed the event a big success.