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Burglars smashed their way into a hair salon in Morecambe’s West End and took goods worth nearly £15k.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates’ Court:
A mum-of-four has thanked the community for rallying round after her home was wrecked in a fire.
A new coffee bar, bistro and restaurant form part of a major refurbishment of a landmark Lancaster hotel.
A number of Heysham war graves have undergone a spring clean thanks to the work of dedicated volunteers and a national group.
Morecambe’s famous potted shrimps are in safe hands for the time being – despite claims their days may be numbered.
Morrisons supermarket in Morecambe has launched the foot long sausage roll, believed to be the largest in the UK.
There will be three opportunities to take a wander down Morecambe’s Memory Lane soon, courtesy of The Dukes.
An abandoned suitcase sparked a major security alert in Lancaster city centre.
A homeowner had to be treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire.
A householder was given oxygen after a blaze at premises in Lancaster.
Teenage joyriders who smashed a car into a wall fled the scene before being arrested.
A sense of humour has been a staple of retiring Lancaster City Coun Paul Woodruff’s 22 years representing the city.
Lancaster & Morecambe College Students’ Union (LMCSU) has received national recognition of its outstanding work by receiving two NUS Awards.
A new play exploring the affects that Storm Desmond had on people’s lives in Lancaster and Morecambe is starting to take shape.
The main bar at Morecambe FC has been renamed in honour of two of the club’s favourite sons.
Passengers who are planning to use Euston station over the August bank holiday are urged to avoid rail travel to and from London while work takes place to prepare for Britain’s new high speed railway.
Police are appealing for help in identifying the man in this picture.
Mussel beds at Sandylands will reopen on Monday (August 7).
Thousands are expected to visit Morecambe next month for the fifth instalment of the Vintage By the Sea Festival.