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Trustees of Kepple Lane Park in Garstang will host their annual family fun day this weekend.
Part of the cycle path was closed at the weekend after a young man suffered facial injuries.
A severe weather warning due to high winds is in place for the Lancaster and Morecambe district.
Live jazz across three rooms over five hours will provide an “unofficial launch” to next weekend’s Lancaster Jazz Festival.
An investigation into the conduct of councillors at a meeting earlier this year has cost more than £15,000.
Fire crews from Lancaster were called to Halton Road in the early hours of this morning to reports of a car fire.
Police are investigating threating messages aimed at Lancaster and Fleetwood MP Cat Smith on social media.
In the not-too-distant past The Bay Horse Inn and Restaurant was described as a “hidden gem”.
If true it is not a statistic that will make easy reading for parents of teenagers.
A couple from Morecambe on their honeymoon in Cuba this week have spoken of their horror as hurricanes devastated the Caribbean.
Firefighters have released a spooky parody of a horror film - to encourage people to test their alarms.
Pampered pooches and handsome hounds will take centre stage at Morecambe Festival Market this weekend when its annual dog show bounds into town.
Menswear chain Greenwoods has gone into administration but its shops - including one in Morecambe - are trading as normal.
A new gallery and studio space has opened in Lancaster city centre, offering art lovers the chance to see diverse exhibitions as well as giving artists a place to work.
Give yourself spelling brownie points if you spotted the mistake on the new Welcome to Morecambe signs.
The Labour Party have taken overall control of Lancaster City Council again following a by-election win in Skerton this week.
Volunteers at Morecambe’s beautiful old theatre and the Queen’s Guide to the Sands have been honoured with awards on breakfast television.
Less than two years after its manufacturing factory was devastated by Storm Desmond, innovative Lancaster-based fabric printing company Standfast & Barracks has made a spectacular come-back – one that few could have predicted.
Jump Rush in Morecambe has started fitness classes this week which aim to offer something for everyone.
At Great Wood Primary School they ‘aim high and make a difference as learners, as friends and as citizens today and every day.’