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Pop band Scouting For Girls will return to our area to headline this year’s Lancaster Christmas Lights Switch On.
A racoon dog has been found in the garden of St John’s Hospice in Lancaster.
Tributes have been paid after the death of one of Lancaster’s longest-serving councillors.
A teacher and an artist have joined forces to release a children’s book all about a little girl’s search for her Daddy’s hug.
TV’s The One Show is coming to Morecambe to broadcast live for Children in Need and you can be part of it.
Two yobs pelted a fire engine with bricks and paint as crews attended an incident on Ryelands estate.
A missing man has been found safe.
Work will begin early next year on the £660 million gas storage project which will turn rural Wyre one of the UK’s major powerhouses by the 2020s.
The international property empire of the Dukes of Westminster has flatly denied that any family member has benefitted from investments in tax havens abroad.
Dog walkers are being urged to be extra vigilant after yellow lumps of suspected palm oil were washed up on the beach at Morecambe.
Girls will be admitted to Lancaster boys grammar school for the first time in its near 800 year history.
‘I know most people think you are bonkers including me’, comments one of Mike Barnes’ friends on a post from his blog, Mike’s Mad Malawian Idea 2017.
Morecambe Police’s ‘big red key’ was used to knock three doors down searching for drugs.
The following people were dealt with by Lancaster Magistrates Court:
A hijabi beauty queen from Morecambe has been crowned Miss Publicity Lancashire 2017/2018 at a countywide modelling competition.
A thief who threatened a man with a hypodermic needle has been jailed for 18 weeks.
As well as the traditional services of remembrance on Remembrance Sunday there are other ways to pay tribute to those who gave their lives in the two world wars.
Hundreds raved the night away with world renowned DJs at a historic Morecambe building.
Record crowds in the region of 45,000 people descended on Lancaster at the weekend to enjoy this year’s magical two-night festival of light, music, art and fireworks.
A new zebra crossing intended to improve road safety has been labelled a “death trap” after a woman was injured in a car crash.