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Despite the rain the West End was a wash of colour as hundreds turned out to celebrate the area.
Police are investigating a burglary in Heysham during which a dog was stolen.
Police are looking for an 18-year-old man after an incident on Westminster Road in Morecambe.
A man is in hospital with head injuries after an assault in Morecambe.
The Morecambe Music Festival will return in 2018 and will expand to two days.
A comedy music video will help an inspiring schoolboy raise money for a very good cause.
‘Any incident involving a knife could have tragic consequences and destroy lives’ - this is the message Lancashire Constabulary wants to get across during a week of action aimed at reducing knife crime.
A new campaign aims to highlight the common causes of collisions involving child pedestrians in Lancashire in a bid to cut the number of deaths and injuries on our roads.
A new principal will be leading Ripley St Thomas CE Academy in the autumn.
More acts have been confirmed for this year’s Morecambe Carnival.
Substantially more budget cuts, income generation and “other savings” are still needed to balance the books, the chief executive of Lancaster City Council has said.
Concern has been raised by Lancaster musicians over their ability to tour in Europe post-Brexit.
Lancashire County Council’s new Tory rulers have unveiled plans for a major restructure of the council’s management team.
Some of the country’s favourite TV stars joined nearly 300 guests to raise £50,000 at a ‘Saturday night at the Movies’-themed charity ball held by Pure Leisure Group.
A Lancaster high school has gone the extra mile – more than 300 in fact – to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Children’s charity Unique Kidz and Co is celebrating after being awarded almost £120,000 in funding from Children in Need!
A photographic exhibition featuring pictures taken by refugees who have made new homes in Lancaster is currently on display in Lancaster library.
Ellel St John’s is a vibrant, stimulating place to be with exciting learning and a tangible ethos of care for every individual.
An 11-year-old music lover brought the house down with a touching duet at the Morecambe Music Festival weekend.