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Firefighters were called to an address in Morecambe after a fire began in a kitchen.
Traffic was backed up on King Street, Lancaster this morning after an elderly man suffered a fall.
People in Lancashire have been busy fund-raising for Children in Need.
A Heysham grandmother had the shock of her life when a strange insect ate its way out of an angel statue displayed in her home.
Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses after a 92-year-old woman was injured following a collision in a supermarket car park.
A man wearing a scarf over his face broke into a nursery in Morecambe causing hundreds of pounds worth of damage.
A Lancaster politician said she has “no regrets” after being found guilty of obstructing the highway during a fracking protest.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to in connection with a knifepoint robbery in Morecambe.
People are braving the elements in a sleep out on the steps of Lancaster Town Hall to raise awareness of homelessness.
Jamie Law was on a winning streak at the regional Pride in the Job awards, picking up two awards from the National House Builders’ Council (NHBC).
A new burrito cafe near Heysham has joined in with a craze sweeping the nation.
On November 16 1967, Dr Malcolm Brown watched the Queen Mother officially open the Rainbow Centre.
You don't need to go far to marvel at Lancashire's architecture.
Two men were rescued after their Mercedes van became stuck in the mud.
A zookeeper is trying to grow a moustache to rival his monkey friends for a very good cause.
A headteacher of a girls’ grammar school has spoken out over a controversial decision to mix girl and boy pupils.
One year since its opening, The Bay Gateway has been named the 2017 Economic Infrastructure Project of the Year.
Lancaster bus campaigners are calling on the council to provide free bus travel in the run up to Christmas to match its offer of free parking in the city’s car parks.
Dynamo, Lancaster & District Cycle Campaign, brings you the first in a new series of articles which they hope will show that cycle commuting can be enjoyed by everybody – at all ages and speeds. Here Hilary Smith, an everyday cyclist who commutes from Lancaster to Heysham Nature reserve, advocates slow cycling
The adrenaline kicked in for a Lancaster band who played their first ever show together... live on national radio.