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An impressionist from Galgate has reached the final of a national variety competition.
Lancaster acoustic rock four piece Hiroshima Twinkie are launching their new album at The Storey next weekend.
Hero dad Luke Hetherington put his own life at risk to help save families as the water rose more than waist deep around him during last week’s floods.
‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’ – at least according to the Scouting For Girls song.
We can reveal the full list of winners and nominees at the Lancaster and Morecambe Newspaper Education Awards.
Walkers are up in arms as “unexplained” fencing blocks their popular route.
Plans to build up to 60 new homes in Halton have been submitted to Lancaster City Council - just days after the village flooded and residents called for a halt on new developments.
A £10,000 reward is being offered to help find two beloved pet dogs who were stolen from stables in Cockerham.
More than 100 businesses and 20 homes will have their flood risk cut from one in five to one in 100 if Luneside defence plans go ahead.
The founder of a Lancaster charity for people with neurological conditions says she was left “completely humiliated and exposed” after being told she would not be helped off a train in her mobility scooter.
Police are appealing for information after four Harry Potter moleskin books were stolen from a shop in Lancaster.
You can help fight cancer this festive season by taking part in a ‘Christmas selfie’ social media campaign.
A man has died following a crash near Milnthorpe on Tuesday (November 28).
Reports that one of Lancashire’s most loved businesses could be put up for sale have sparked a big response from readers.
Staff at Marco’s had an awful feeling of deja vu when they reopened after nearly two years of closure.
To mark Galloway’s Society for the Blind’s 150th anniversary, it has launched a campaign with the Post to fund-raise for a minibus. Reporter NATALIE WALKER looks at the charity’s biggest event of the year.
Floods have forced a school for children with special needs to shut for the fourth day running.
Concern has been raised after a Lancaster man went missing in the middle of the night.
From a very young age, William Firth was impressed with the intricate wood turning skills of his grandfather and his father.
A cyclist suffered serious leg injuries in a hit and run.