An adult student has won a European award for her enthusiasm and commitment to learning.
Slyne-with Hest St Luke’s Primary School were winners at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.1 comment
Lancaster Jobcentre Plus hosted an event to offer jobs and training advice to more than 300 unemployed locals.1 comment
All 60 of the county’s fire engines have been fitted with a new piece of life-saving equipment.
A Lancaster couple are celebrating the birth of their first child.
The third annual Williamson Park Fun Run, organised every year by third year sport students from the University of Cumbria, raised almost £700 for charity.
Disabled youngsters at a Lancaster school will benefit from a new minibus donated by a national sporting charity.
Celebrity horticulturalist, writer and broadcaster Christine Walkden met landscaping and horticulture students and staff as part of a recent visit to Myerscough College.
A project to start a school in the bush in Uganda to teach and feed 75 orphaned children has expanded.
A bus carrying 70 schoolchildren mounted a kerb and hit a sign in rush hour.2 comments
Bosses at Lancaster University want to work with the local community and businesses in a bid to bring about a stronger community spirit and keep skilled graduates in the city.
A Lancaster firm has won a £3.2m five year contract to design and build a high-speed broadband network.1 comment
A Nether Kellet man has called on city councillors to ban wind turbines from being built close to people’s homes.
Members of the public were this week invited to give their views on plans to regenerate Lancaster’s canal corridor north site with a £75m retail-led scheme.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have seen the future of rock ‘n roll – in a tiny club the size of a badminton court where The Beatles first played in Hamburg.
Drivers on a main route into Lancaster city centre may have thought they were seeing things this week – when they passed a row of trees.
Staff at a cosmetics store are supporting a national campaign to close a beagle farm.
THE new mayor of Lancaster officially donned her robes at a special ceremony which took place on Friday (May 10).1 comment
Firefighters rescued a seagull trapped by wire on the roof of Morecambe’s Winter Gardens.
A pensioner is described as being in a “serious condition” in hospital after he was knocked off a bike by a hit and run driver.
Secret gardens in the centre of Lancaster will be open to the public for a three-hour window this weekend.
A former pub has been transformed into a vintage tea room and craft centre.
The gates of Lancaster Castle will be open seven days a week following a launch event over the bank holiday weekend.1 comment
An elderly man has suffered head injuries after being knocked off his bike in Lancaster city centre.5 comments
A Lune Valley Lord and hereditary chief of a Scottish clan who campaigned against the construction of wind turbines in the Lancaster district has died, aged 75.
A senior consultant at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary has spoken out about the “divisive” effect that hospital cuts are having on staff.3 comments
Four rare plants were stolen from allotments in Lancaster.1 comment
A carer has been jailed for 24 months for stealing more than £4,500 from two elderly ladies she cared for.4 comments
Tributes have been paid to a university student who died in a road accident.
Lancaster City Council is awaiting a Court of Appeal decision on whether it must pay thousands of pounds in legal costs following the purchase of a mill building and surrounding land on St George’s Quay.2 comments
As Lancaster University gears up to mark its 50th anniversary in 2014, it is drawing up a plan to take it through until 2020. Now, for the first time, it is asking the people of Lancaster how town and gown should move forward together. NICOLA ADAM speaks to the university’s newest recruit, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Andrew Atherton
A local artist has proved she can see the wood for the trees with her range of revamped home furnishings and mirrors.1 comment
A Lancaster communications specialist is to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
Never one for going through life in the slow lane, Halton man Ian Mercer is stepping up a gear to mark his 50th birthday year.
A bus carrying 70 schoolchildren mounted a kerb and hit a sign in rush hour.
Scores of Lancashire parents have been prosecuted for not making sure their children attended school.2 comments
A schoolgirl had to put her first aid skills to the test to help an injured man.3 comments
Pupils from Morecambe High School are to spend a day with Paralympic silver medallist cyclist Rik Waddon on Friday.
People living out in the countryside beyond Lancaster University are gearing up for a second battle over a wind turbine.1 comment
Final preparations are being made for the second annual Glastonbrewery charity music festival set to take place next weekend.
What a winner...the newly-named Sherriff 10K run saw 158 runners race past the finishing post, boosting funds for village organisations and the Bottle Stop campaign.
The first set of triplets to be delivered at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary for 10 years celebrated their first birthdays at the weekend.
Solicitors were united in their opposition to further legal aid cuts at a recent emergency meeting of Lancaster and Morecambe Law Society.
An 86-year-old great-grandfather had a miraculous escape when he fell from his bicycle into the canal.
A hearse quietly drew up outside Morecambe Parish Church bearing a single coffin for a mum and son.
Armed police looking for an escaped prisoner rammed a vehicle with suspects inside.1 comment
A man has been convicted of videoing a schoolgirl as she got undressed at a holiday park in Silverdale.
Armed police looking for a runaway prisoner swooped on a car near Lancaster.1 comment
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Weather for Lancaster
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 28 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 22 mph
Wind direction: North