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Vital refurbishment work has started on Greyhound Bridge, and our photographer Neil Cross has been along to snap what’s been happening so far.
This week we begin a new feature for readers to share their old school photographs.
Morecambe FC have clarified reports they were subject to a winding up order this week.
Lancaster has been named as the fourth most affordable city to live in the UK.
New York rappers Run DMC, London rockers The Libertines, and Welsh four-piece Catfish and the Bottlemen are set to headline this year’s Kendal Calling Festival.
An eleventh hour bid will be made tomorrow to save Lancashire’s community transport services from cutbacks.
A brother and sister duo from Lancaster are celebrating a year presenting their own radio show.
Vandals have ripped apart the roof of a popular Morecambe theatre.
A one month consultation has been launched on Lancashire County Council’s controversial plans to change its halal meat policy.
A magician is hoping to make it snow indoors at a variety show which will raise funds for poverty-stricken families in Morecambe.
You shall not pass – unless you’ve got a ticket of course.
North West Cancer Research is investing in cancer research projects worth £1.7m at Lancaster University, as part of its commitment to fund research which will help tackle rising cancer rates in the north west.
The chief officer of regeneration and planning at Lancaster City Council has announced his retirement and leaves the authority this week.
New Morecambe High head Vicki Michael has vowed to turn the fortunes of the school around over the next 18 months.
Engineers are due to alter a set of traffic lights in Lancaster after motorists complained they are causing gridlock.
The footage shows The Bottlenecks performing on stage with a backing drumming track of their late band member, Dominic Clayton.
Hundreds gathered to pay tribute to Morecambe musician, Dominic Clayton.
A woman who battled cancer twice has opened up about the effect the illness has had on her mental health.
A local health and wellbeing provider is joining forces with Lancashire Mind and wider partners to deliver the first Workplace Wellbeing Conference in Lancashire.
Hundreds packed out a Morecambe pub to attend a fundraiser in memory of a popular drummer.