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Birthday joy for 'miracle' baby Lucas

Lucas Hill’s family are over the moon that their ‘miracle’ son is a happy and healthy little boy.

£1 million fund for accident blackspot highways

Highways bosses at county hall announced the fund last October but have now revealed their recommendations for where the money should be spent.

Boy, 10, dreams of Paralympic glory

Ethan Naisbitt was given only a 10 per cent chance of survival after doctors told him he would need surgery to remove most of his left leg. But, after a host of outstanding recent swims, Ethan, 10, is now dreaming of competing at the 2020 Games in Tokyo.

Police social media abuse uncovered

New figures, obtained using Freedom of Information laws, show that more than 20 Lancashire Police officers have been disciplined over their use of Twitter and Facebook in the last five years.

Bus station site ‘will leave us in the cold’ claims

The fury has been prompted by a town centre map which was produced for a public inquiry held last month into whether a new bus station at Crawshaw Street should be given planning permission.

Boy breaks foot in 'hit and run' crash

A-jay Whittaker-Smith, 13, was crossing the road to get his hair cut when the incident happened, leaving him with a broken foot.

Birthday joy for 'miracle' baby Lucas

Lucas Hill’s family are over the moon that their ‘miracle’ son is a happy and healthy little boy.

£1 million fund for accident blackspot highways

Highways bosses at county hall announced the fund last October but have now revealed their recommendations for where the money should be spent.

Boy, 10, dreams of Paralympic glory

Ethan Naisbitt was given only a 10 per cent chance of survival after doctors told him he would need surgery to remove most of his left leg. But, after a host of outstanding recent swims, Ethan, 10, is now dreaming of competing at the 2020 Games in Tokyo.

Bus station site ‘will leave us in the cold’ claims

The fury has been prompted by a town centre map which was produced for a public inquiry held last month into whether a new bus station at Crawshaw Street should be given planning permission.

Police social media abuse uncovered

New figures, obtained using Freedom of Information laws, show that more than 20 Lancashire Police officers have been disciplined over their use of Twitter and Facebook in the last five years.

Beattie seeking a helping hand

ACCRINGTON Stanley boss James Beattie hopes neighbours Blackburn and Burnley can help him in the loan market this season.

Beattie believes Buxton will boost Stanley spirit

Reds' boss James Beattie believes the signing of Adam Buxton will help reinforce the Accrington Stanley spirit.

Ribblesdale League review

BOTH Great Harwood and Oswaldtwistle Immanuel beat the rain on Saturday to record wins and further their ambitions in the upper section of the table.

Lancashire League review

CHURCH made it a perfect weekend by beating derby rivals ACCRINGTON by 10 wickets at Thorneyholme Road on Sunday.

Lancashire League 20/20 review

CHURCH prayers are answered as they win 20/20 final to lift the club's first senior trophy for 40 years.

Estelle was our beautiful girl

Estelle Thompson was a front seat passenger in a car travelling through Hapton when it collided with a stone wall.

Headteacher appeals for help to find missing pupil

Maryam Mahmood was last seen at about 8.30am on Thursday, July 17 outside Norden High School on Stourton Street, Rishton where she was dropped off by a relative.

In This Week's Paper

Journalists

Stuart Pike
Deputy editor specialising in politics
Alex Bell
Crime
Bethany English
District reporter
Beth Abbit
Court reporter
Jon Macpherson
Reporter
Kate Watkins
Reporter specialising in communities
Garth Dawson
Photographer and columnist