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Every week in the UK, a baby dies from the relatively unknown Group B Strep infection.
A newly elected Lancashire county councillor has quit the Conservative party accusing his fellow Tories of intimidation.
A man suffered an eye injury after an assault in a Lancaster nightclub.
You could be forgiven for thinking you weren’t in Lancaster when Lowes took over a city nightclub this week for their debut headline show.
We chat to volunteers of a Lancaster hospice charity store which converts into a pound shop today.
Officers from Lancaster City Council have been working hard to clear debris and help businesses affected by Wednesday’s flash floods.
A talented artist who lived for many years in Silverdale has passed away.
A sold-out gig by two X Factor stars will be held at the Morecambe Hotel on Saturday afternoon.
A desperate dog owner has made an impassioned plea for the return of her pet after he was stolen during a burglary.
A pair of paramedics have developed a brand new way for North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) to work with nursing and residential homes to help residents to get the most appropriate care more quickly.
New support for people living with Parkinson’s in and around Lancaster is launching on Saturday.
Carnforth community swimming pool has taken a step closer to survival.
The Anglican Bishop of Lancaster, Rt Rev Geoff Pearson, will retire at the end of July after nearly 43 years of ministry.
Police are reporting that there has been a significant increase in graffiti, ‘tagging’ and vandalism in the past few months.
A Lancaster high school will no longer provide a sixth form from next year due to education budget cuts and a lack of interest.
Police are appealing for the owner of a van that was broken into to come forward.
A Lancaster bar has launched a free lunch club for families during the summer holidays.
The final line-up for Kendal Calling Festival has been released.
Live music on buses and barges will be brand new features at this year’s Lancaster Music Festival.
Members of Morecambe Ukelele Club donned pirate outfits and played sea shanties when they embarked on their annual summer outing.