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A hospital worker from Garstang, who suffered a stroke just a year ago, has raised £1,400 after completing a 200 mile recumbent trike ride in Holland.
A Lune Valley village has elected a Labour councillor for the first time in recent history.
The Midland Hotel and Morecambe’s Vintage-by-the-Sea festival are among those shortlisted for this year’s Lancashire Tourism Awards.
An art auction which aims to raise cash to fight fracking is being launched in Lancaster.
A new and improved state-of-the-art CCTV system is to be installed in Lancaster and Morecambe.
GREG LAMBERT speaks to GRAEME BOND as he prepares to retire after almost 25 years as manager of Lancaster’s popular Gregson community centre.
The survival of Carnforth swimming pool is moving ever closer.
A restaurant at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary hospital was evacuated due to an equipment fault.
A post on social media has shone light on how people of all ages – and not just youths – are taking risks by crossing railway tracks.
Plans to install new drinking water fountains in Lancaster and Morecambe in a bid to reduce plastic bottle use have been launched by city councillors.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
Dogs scrubbed up in an attempt to break aWorld Record and raise money for charity.
A Lancaster nightclub will be allowed to open until 6am despite objections from business owners and residents.
Galloway’s Society for the Blind has been forced to cancel its flagship fundraising walk across the bay this weekend, at a cost to the charity
An Indian restaurant boss says he can’t understand why the Home Office has tried to block his bid to take over a premises licence on immigration grounds.
Lancaster’s first ever Expo has been labelled a resounding success.
Morecambe Town Council has recognised the work of several people by handing out awards for their community work.
Children’s charity Unique Kidz and Co had a record number of representatives at this year’s Born Survivor and raised more than £6,000 as a result.
A ‘green exercise’ project which started in 2010 as a six-week pilot is to celebrate more than six years of operation with the publication of a second research paper based upon its activities.