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2 hrs ago | Theboltonnews.co.uk
A BOY could be scarred for life after a dog attacked him while he was at a pub with his family.
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6 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph
The lunar event, known as a 'blood moon', was caused by the earth's shadow falling across the moon and was caught on camera over Rishton by a keen-eyed Andy Bellard.
10 hrs ago | Blackburn Citizen
ALCOHOL cost the lives of 149 people in four East Lancashire boroughs over two years - and left taxpayers with an annual bill of around A 122 million.
11 hrs ago | Blackburn Citizen
RT @LTHannah: That's my #LTQueen updates finished, but follow @TyMarshallLT at Ewood Park, and see tmrw's souvenir @lancstelegraph for fulla The Queen remains inside Ewood enjoying her lunch.
15 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
A BURNLEY solicitor has been struck off after a tribunal found she misused more than A 400,000 of her clients' money to prop up her struggling firm.
19 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph
A DARWEN company preparing to open to the public tomorrow suffered a setback after being hit by an arson attack.
THE number of adults and children being provided with emergency food in Lancashire has contributed to a 238 per cent rise across the North West.
It will open later this year at the former Blackburn Rovers Sports Arena off Bolton Road, next door to Darwen Vale High School.
THE countdown is on to the local council elections on May 22 and Labour has announced the four candidates who will be contesting seats in Prestwich and Whitefield.
POSTCARDS and letters sent home from the trenches by Lancashire soldiers during the World War One have gone on display.
LOVING tributes have been paid to an 'immensely popular and well known' golfer who died on Sunday after being thrown from his bicycle.
A TRADITIONAL morris dance which was saved from going out of existence after 158 years is set to make a comeback this weekend with a new leader at the helm.
A HOUSE exploded after being 'packed with flammables' in a suspected arson attack on a quiet estate in Clayton-le-Moors.
A KNIFEWOMAN in a pink onesie arrested on a Burnley street was said to have earlier sent threatening texts to a woman after a dispute, a court heard.
Across England more than seven million patients will benefit from the new measures, in which surgeries will offer access to GPs outside normal hours and by methods including phone, email and Skype.
BARRISTER and Ribble Valley councillor Ken Hind has backed his MP Nigel Evans's call for anonymity to be granted to defendants in sex abuse cases as well as victims.
Sacred Heart Primary in Blackburn initially faced closure because of possibly losing students to the new Olive Islamic School, which has space for more than 600 pupils.