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Garstang Road between Preston and Fulwood shut after crash between four cars  A key route between Preston and Fulwood is closed after a crash between four vehicles.
The Chorley residents counting up the car crashes in their village - and why there are more than the official police record  A village in Chorley is seeing many more road accidents than official police figures suggest, a...
How will Chorley town centre be affected by the new Botany Bay?  The redevelopment of Botany Bay will have an impact on Chorley town centre - but nobody knows whether it will be positive or negative.
South Ribble ice cream crisis averted  South Ribble Council has avoided a meltdown over a potential summer ice cream shortage in one of the borough’s main parks.
Preston North End's Championship rivals Birmingham City docked nine points for breaking financial rules  Birmingham City have been docked nine points after breaching financial rules, the EFL has announced.
Looking Back nostalgia: Edwardian cyclists in Preston  Today’s fine Looking Back photograph, from the Edwardian era, was donated to St Walburge’s RC Church archives, stored in the former Talbot Library.
Village delight as bid to frack at second Fylde coast site ends  Shale gas exploration firm Cuadrilla has confirmed it will not appeal against a decision to refuse planning permission for a site at Roseacre Wood.
Bamber Bridge care home to close with job losses  A care home is shutting down after inspectors twice criticised the way it looked after its elderly residents.
Lancashire's nightclubs shutting down as revellers favour nights in  Nightclubs are struggling to survive in Lancashire as party-goers abandon the dancefloor in search of new nights out, data reveals.
Gulf War veteran from Lostock Hall battles the weather in aid of fellow PTSD sufferers  Former soldier Ian Wright had to battle strong winds and driving rain to cycle 300 miles in aid of fellow sufferers of Post Traumatic...
Preston Markets Quarter scheme is shortlisted for a national award  Preston Council has been shortlisted for a national award for the way it has revitalised the city’s Markets Quarter.
Appeal to find missing Courtney Ambrose, 17, from Chorley  A 17-year-old girl from Chorley is missing.
Longridge's world champ John does keepy-uppy all the way across the Sahara  Freestyle football king John Farnworth has juggled a ball up Everest . . . but his latest test was his toughest yet.
Coastal living and world-class golf: Breath-taking £1.7m mansion a hole in one  Being a pro golfer must be great. The prize money is very appealing indeed, you get to wear snazzy trousers all the time, and it's the kind of...
Preston landmark's uncertain future  News the Tram Bridge over the Ribble is closed amid safety fears is disappointing for those who have used a route which has served Preston for more than two centuries. Local historian Keith...
Reformed addicts: How Red Rose Recovery helped a Preston mum through her battle with bipolar and alcohol addiction  Addiction can take hold of anyone at any time. Zephyr Gaunt a had promising career but lost her way as she...
These are the Thomas Cook branches to be axed in Lancashire as the travel agent reveals plans to close 21 stores nationwide  Travel giant Thomas Cook will close 21 branches as it plans to "streamline" its operations - ...
Motorway tragedy as lorry driver dies following crash in Wigan  A lorry driver whose vehicle left the motorway in Wigan has died of his injuries.
Changes to protest march in Preston after clash over space  A route for a protest march in Preston has been changed due to a clash of space.
Northern Lights could be visible from the UK on Saturday night, say forecasters  A solar storm on its way to Earth could mean the Northern Lights might be seen from the UK on Saturday night, forecasters have said.
Former pub site in Bamber Bridge set to be used for affordable homes  The site of a former pub in Bamber Bridge has come a step closer to being used for affordable homes.
Teenager jailed for 23 years for stab murder of new father who stood up to gangs  A teenager behind the "senseless" murder of a young father who stood up to gangs has been jailed for at least 23 years.
Laughter at Royal visit to Preston  Forty years ago this week Prince Philip paid a flying visit to Lancashire... piloting his own helicopter into Preston for an official tour of projects in the city
Further delays and lane closures on the M6 after collision near junctions 24 and 23  A collision on the M6 southbound near Wigan has forced police to close two of three lanes.
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