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Buses were diverted from Stanley Road in Morecambe after a car crash.
Merseyside Police is appealing for information to find a 14-year-old boy from the Skelmersdale area who was last seen in Heysham.
Morecambe’s internationally renowned art-deco classic hotel is to celebrate an emotive anniversary in 2018 with a record number of events since its refurbishment.
A husband and wife team who have helped hundreds of county youngsters learn gymnastics have been honoured with British Citizen Awards.
A new Channel 4 show has aired featuring Britain’s biggest family, the Radfords who live in Morecambe.
Mobile cameras are now located at flytipping hotspots to catch people in the act of dumping rubbish, said the city council.
A motorist is warning about what he says are poorly marked disabled bays on Victoria Street in Morecambe after he was slapped with a parking ticket.
The Bay radio will become Heart Radio after a company buy out by Global Media and Entertainment Group.
On a cold winter night, there is nothing quite like pulling on your favourite cosy pyjamas.
Researchers at Lancaster University say the window to save the world’s coral reefs is rapidly closing.
Police believe a missing man may be in the Lancaster or Cumbria area.
Swimmers from Garstang Amateur Swimming Club put in a sterling performance at the annual Garstang Club Championships at Palatine swimming pool in Blackpool.
Morecambe Bay Foodbank has launched a new project for parents who can’t afford to buy new school uniforms.
A team of budding entrepreneurs from Vantage Motor Group took park in a Dragons’ Den- style pitch as part of the Million Makers challenge, a national competition where teams of employees collectively raise more than £1m for the Prince’s Trust.
A training specialist has made a new senior appointment as it helps to find work for the region’s unemployed.
A rise in flu cases at Royal Lancaster Infirmary has prompted a warning to residents.
A national support service for small and medium-sized businesses has opened a brand new operation for Lancaster and Morecambe.
Joan Burrows is feeling just champion.
Change is coming to local government near you. This week Angie Ridgwell took over the new top job at County Hall. FIONA FINCH met her and asked what next for the county council?
Blackbirds, house sparrows and robins are at the top of the checklist for hundreds of school children across Lancashire this week as the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey kicks off.