● Historic Forest Mill clock donated to Bacup Nat Museum AN HISTORIC clock that told the time to workers in Bacup for over a century has been gifted to the town’s natural history society and museum.
● Pendle political win blows Andrew to Tory safety CONSERVATIVE Andrew Stephenson saw a big swing to his party as he turned Pendle from a marginal seat to a fairly safe one.
● Burnley's Finley Gate Wharf transformation to start A 200-YEAR-OLD wharf is about to undergo a gigantic transformation into a "hub for the community."
● Tony Mowbray beaten to manager prize by Leeds United boss Tony Mowbray has missed out on the Championship’s manager of the month prize for November.
● Andy Scott bringing Sweet music to Clitheroe Grand SEVENTIES rock band Sweet will be bringing the Christmas spirit to Clitheroe Grand on Sunday night. Ahead of their show, original guitarist Andy Scott answered a few questions
● Blackburn Typewriter Company - an Aladdin's Cave for office THIS brilliant photograph from our archives is of a shop which represents a bygone era.
● Jubilation for Jake Berry as he rails against 'hard left' challenge EARLY mood music set the tone for the Conservatives’ Jake Berry and his return to Westminster in Rossendale and Darwen.
● Burnley turns blue after more than a century IT was a historic night as the Conservatives turned the former Labour stronghold of Burnley blue for the first time in 109 years.
● Labour's Kate keeps Blackburn red in style KATE Hollern swept back as MP for Blackburn early hour this morning with only a small dent in her majority.
● Blackburn nail bar owners charged over 'illegal immigration plot' THE owners of four nail bars, three in Blackburn and one in Bolton, have appeared before Blackburn magistrates charged in connection with police raids on...
● Blackburn tech giants seal £70M deal for 26,000 interactive whiteboards with Egypt AN educational technology provider in Blackburn has won a huge contract to revolutionise classrooms across Egypt.
● Darwen's Caskbar is buzzing under new management A BAR that closed its doors just 12 months after opening has been relaunched under new management.
● Planning permission decision day for Haslingden Road scheme COMMUTERS could be set for an early Christmas present as council bosses look set to approve plans for an £11.4 million road widening scheme.
● East Lancashire parents' chance to take home free bike for kids this Christmas Families across East Lancashire who are struggling to afford Christmas this year are being encouraged to “upcycle a cycle”.
● Planning application for Bacup's 'back meadows' unanimously rejected A GROUP of residents fighting proposals to build 71 new homes on land they use for dog walking and playing were rejoicing on Tuesday, when the plans were...
● Council loses legal battle over old Rishton paper mill eyesore A BID to take legal action against landowners of a former mill blighted by fly-tipping and arson was unsuccessful.
● Trust accounts set for scrutiny ahead of £10,000 funding boost COUNCIL bosses will scrutinise an arts trust’s accounts before deciding to grant a final £10,000 in funding.
● East Lancashire apprentice highly commended at national awards A Nelson and Colne College engineering apprentice has been highly commended in the National Apprenticeship Awards Final held in London.
● Burnley fruit drink company taste success with award A DRINKS company have won an award for being the best manufacturer.
● Approval for plan to convert pub into a cafe and offices PROPOSALS to convert a former Burnley pub into a café have been approved.
● Striker believes Rovers can cope without talisman Dack Danny Graham is delighted his run in the side has coincided with an upturn in Rovers’ form and believes they can cope without suspended talisman Bradley Dack at Bristol...
● Motability driver jailed after racing past children's playground A BANNED driver was recognised by an off-duty police officer who was filling up with petrol.
● Blackburn murder accused cites arm in a sling defence A MAN accused of murdering a father-of-eight could not have taken part in the attack because he was wearing a sling, a jury has heard.
● Blackburn danger driver spared jail because his brother had just died A DRUG addict who led police on a chase through Blackburn has been spared jail after a court heard his brother had died two days before the incident.