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A bus had its windows smashed in an incident police suspect involved an air gun in Lancaster.
A respected Lancaster councillor was described as “a real man of the people” at his civic funeral.
Folk-rock troubadour Frank Turner has announced a special charity gig in Lancaster in the New Year.
A thrilling Sunday afternoon saw crowds pack into Lancaster city centre for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.
“The smell of new books is amazing.”
A former councillor has shared intimate details about his battle with anxiety and depression.
A Morecambe venue will mark its 20th birthday with a special concert this Sunday (December 3).
Residents in Poulton have launched an online petition in a bid to raise money for their park to be refurbished.
A chef whose pies won awards at Morecambe Football Club has moved on to pastures new.
Residents in Glasson Dock are celebrating a slice of luck after sharing a £3m lottery windfall – including a retired couple scooping £273,000 and a man whose home was devastated in last week’s floods.
Residents in Halton will face representatives from Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council and the Environment Agency at a public meeting organised in the wake of recent flooding.
There wasn’t a dry eye in New Town Square at a hugely emotional Morecambe Christmas Lights Switch-On.
December is nearly upon us, so it's time to think about putting up the tree.
This was the scene after a crash which closed a Lancashire motorway for a time on Sunday morning.
Thousands braved the rain and a freezing night to watch Eastenders star Steve McFadden turn on the Christmas lights
Drivers are being urged to take care after freezing conditions overnight resulted in a number of accidents on Lancashire’s motorway network on Saturday morning.
A man who shattered his neighbour’s jaw when he heard a woman screaming in his house has avoided an immediate jail term.
A teaser to a documentary about a Heysham man’s struggle with cystic fibrosis will be shown online this evening.
It was testament to the popularity of musician Dominic Clayton that his funeral was so busy more than 100 people couldn’t get in.
At Caton St Paul’s Primary School they are ’One family, belonging, believing and learning together…