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Residents have offered to paint their village library to stop it from going to rack and ruin – but the council says no.
A loving mum has given her blessing to a new go-kart racing track in the building where her son died.
Hard work has paid off at a specialist school in Lancaster after it was taken out of special measures by Ofsted.
“I am just an ordinary person.”
A brand new three day music festival is set to take over Williamson Park in Lancaster next year.
A leading politician has visited the Morecambe Winter Gardens and encouraged the theatre’s owners to bid again for government cash to aid its restoration.
Bentham Grammar School was remembered with affection at a Garstang hotel function at the weekend when around 80 former pupils now in their 60s gathered for a reunion. Many had not seen each other for half a century.
Two cars crashed on Lancaster Road in Morecambe at lunchtime today, Wednesday.
A church in Bolton-le-Sands is hosting a Celebration Afternoon later this month to showcase its renovation work and thank all who have helped.
Work to replace the roof of Lancaster’s city museum will take up to eight months to complete.
A young couple from Heysham had a lucky escape when their car was surrounded by the tide at Sunderland Point.
Arsonists are believed to have set a boat on fire on Lancaster Canal.
An explosion of colour marked the start of the fourth annual Colour Dash which has already raised almost £100k for Lancaster’s St John’s Hospice.
Residents of a Heysham street are up in arms about a barrier which sprung up overnight on a school field blocking access for dog walkers and the public.
Salt Ayre Leisure Centre is in the running for a prestigious national award.
A Heysham pub has reopened following a significant refurbishment which created six jobs for local people.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates’ Court:
Lancashire Police now have three ‘Police with Pride’ cars to encourage people to report hate crimes.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 15-year-old boy who has gone missing from home in Garstang.
Returning to seaside towns such as Morecambe can trigger feelings of nostalgia which is good for our wellbeing, according to research from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan.