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An OAP who lost her daughter to leukaemia has organised a mobility scooter rally to help rev up vital funds for charity .
A new consultation has been launched to gather views on two of the district’s award-winning parks.
A desperate dog owner who pleaded for the return of her pet after he was stolen during a burglary is overjoyed after he was found and returned home.
Police are extending their knife surrender for an extra week following a county-wide operation.
School pupils from Heysham High braved high temperatures to take part in a Race for Life raising money for cancer research.
Concerns have been raised after a large group of teenagers were seen roaming the streets of Bare just a day after school broke up.
When young Rory Holmes wiggled his toes after life-changing surgery his family knew it was a good sign.
One man – and woman - bands kept crowds entertained in the latest unique festival to arrive in Morecambe.
Organisers of the town’s Shakespeare festival are looking ahead to their next venture – Morecambe and Vice!
Eric Maggs celebrated his 100th birthday by raising money for a good cause.
A trainspotter could have been killed after trespassing on the railway line to take pictures of a steam engine.
Graduation week at Lancaster University has seen the first cohort of medical students completing their degrees through Lancaster Medical School.
A Friends group has been set up to support one of Morecambe’s most historic buildings.
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Two men were assaulted outside McDonalds in Lancaster in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Nearly one in five eight-year-olds has their own smartphone, research suggests.
High street chemist Boots has said it is “truly sorry” for the way it responded to a campaign calling for it to cut the price of emergency contraception and announced it is looking for cheaper alternatives.
Local sight loss charity Galloway’s which has a base in Morecambe are on the lookout for donations of books, bric-a-brac, clothes and raffle/tombola prizes for their upcoming Silverdale coffee morning.
Family and friends released balloons at a special memorial service held to remember the life of a little boy who passed away a year ago.
A convicted drug dealer’s associates are being urged to help claw back his £1.5M fortune made from crime.