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A fun run on Morecambe prom will help keep the dream of a Morecambe woman alive.
Christmas is a time for families to get together to celebrate the festive season and for one Lancaster family this one will be extra special .
Labour councillors have come together to condemn the Government’s proposed changes to housing benefit funding for survivors of domestic abuse.
Married women with children have benefited the most from the UK public smoking ban according to Lancaster University researchers.
Two men who helped a disabled man up after his wheelchair tipped over on a steep hill in Lancaster callously stole his belongings.
An elderlycouple who bought a house in the country to enjoy their twilight years say a wall being built just a foot away from the side of their property “has changed their lives”.
A number of successful Garstang businesses were applauded and recognised at the Wyre Business Awards 2017.
Lancaster University’s Centre for Global Eco-Innovation is working with local businesses and Lancaster City Council to create an action plan to tackle the growing problem of the city’s waste.
Contingency plans for providing support to the residents of Sunderland Point during high tide were tested during a multi-agency training exercise.
A Lancaster man who tried to escape police by jumping in Lancaster canal has been jailed for drug dealing.
The charity Crimestoppers has launched a campaign across the North West to highlight the pain and suffering that criminals from urban areas are inflicting on vulnerable people in cities and rural communities.
Forty White Ribbon ambassadors appointed as male road models to help tackle domestic abuse learnt the latest ways to combat male violence against women and girls.
Police have launched a crackdown on drink and drug driving over the festive period.
A massive underground car park, an oval shaped arts centre, canalside public space and more than 1,000 new student bedrooms have been revealed as part of a £250m Lancaster development.
Nayeli Cookson, who has Motor Neurone Disease, has returned home after adaptations near completion.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
New reporters are being recruited to cover local councils across the North West.
Police have identified two people they would like to speak to in connection with a dog burglary in Cockerham.
Proposals to close Carnforth Station ticket office has caused uproar among the community.
The winners of The X Factor have added their voices to a campaign to raise money on behalf of a seriously ill Overton boy.