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Firefighters used an aerial ladder on a roof blaze at commercial premises in Lancaster.
An Emergency Plan developed in Halton after Storm Desmond was not put into action because no-one volunteered to help deliver it, a meeting in the village heard.
As a another busy night approaches, Emergency Departments and Bay Health and Care Partners are urging the public to enjoy themselves in moderation and know their limits to help relieve pressure on the local health and care services.
A Heysham fuel storage tank manufacturer has recently taken huge orders from two UK airports.
Local health chiefs are reminding residents that seeing their local community pharmacist could be the best way to help them stay well during the Christmas period.
Police investigating a shooting in Lancaster have arrested four men.
A national coffee chain has caused a stir after opening next to an historic Morecambe cafe.
Campaigners who set up a petition for a mini roundabout on Broadway junction in Morecambe are calling for urgent action before someone is killed.
A new group set up to help look after and regenerate woodland areas is launching in the New Year.
Animal rescue centres play a vital role in taking in and rehoming dogs, cats and other animals which people no longer want. They often work with the RSCPA on cruelty cases, puppy farms and abandoned animals. They can be especially busy around Christmas time which often sees an increase in animals being handed over or abandoned. Reporter Michelle Blade spoke to the dedicated manager of one such animal centre in Lancashire which takes in animals from all over the country including the North West to find out more.
The Greyhound in Halton has won the title of Lancaster Guardian Pub of the Year for the second year running.
Is it a bird, is it a plane – no it’s Santa on a crane!
The Lancaster Guardian has helped an elderly widow get the lift she desperately needs to keep her mobile in her home.
A Christmas Fair at Leighton Hall near Carnforth raised more than £4,200 for a cancer charity and was the biggest in the event’s history.
Plans to build a new micropub’ in Hest Bank have been given the go-ahead.
A Carnforth man has become one of the youngest pilots ever to fly the world’s largest passenger aircraft.
A devastated widow was unable to lay Christmas wreaths on her late husband’s grave after finding it covered with a huge box of soil from another burial.
Police are asking motorists to avoid Marine Road East after a crash this afternoon (Wednesday December 20).
Former Lancaster University student Chris Austin has returned home after deploying to the Caribbean, where he led the UK’s response to Hurricanes Maria and Irma.
Shoppers are being urged to use the county council’s park and ride facility at Walton le Dale on the outskirts of Preston.