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Police have put out an appeal for witnesses to an incident in Lancaster in which a male needed hospital treatment.
IT support specialist Q2Q has secured two prestigious industry accreditations, recognising the level of expertise within the growing team.
Around forty per cent of homes in the Lancaster district have signed up to pay for green waste collection.
There are no trains running between Morecambe and Lancaster today, September 1, and Monday September 4, due to strike action.
A new TV programme about Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise and their relationship with writer Eddie Braben will be made for BBC Four.
A brand new all day celebration of psychedelia lands in Lancaster next weekend.
At Great Wood Primary School they ‘aim high and make a difference as learners, as friends and as citizens today and every day.’
Who lives in a house like this?
Christmas has come early in Ingleton with the opening of a brand new magical experience set to appeal to families of all ages.
The former Mayor of Lancaster has raised nearly £16k for a new diabetes centre which he officially opened back in April.
The cafe at Lancaster Castle will close this week as part of major repair and conservation works.
The 100th birthday of Margaret Bradbury was celebrated with family and friends in her own home.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
A Lancaster councillor has spoken out after becoming the second city politician to be arrested following protests at a controversial fracking site.
Members of the community are invited to take part in a spruce up of Morecambe’s West End.
Residents living at the former Moor Hospital site in Lancaster say they are “absolutely devastated” after an historic cricket pavilion was demolished without permission.
Friends and family of a mum who has Motor Neurone Disease are appealing for builders to help her stay at her home with her children.
Two men have been arrested and another man is in hospital following an incident in Morecambe.
Morecambe Football Club’s latest year-end accounts show a £574,507 after-tax loss for the year ending May 31 2016.
The Lancaster Grand Theatre are once again throwing open its doors and taking part in the biggest free celebration of England’s history, heritage and culture.