RESIDENTS in Blackburn have been left without water or with low water pressure since midday today.
CLAIMS that Accrington and Rossendale College is to shut down have been refused by the principal.
TESCO has withdrawn almost 70,000 packs of garlic bread slices after an investigation found some were underweight.
A local historian has set about recreating a model of an East Lancs street as it was in the 1870's.
MIKEY Worswick has set his sights on being world number one after winning his 14th major belt.
TODMORDEN teenager Megan Shackleton travels to Denmark this week for the ITTF PTT European Championships next week hoping for a good performance to boost her chances of qualification for the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
BLACKBURN came up short again as they slipped to a fourth defeat in five outings since promotion to North One West.
WE’LL support you ever more.
LADBROKES said it will consider whether to allow betting on future series of the Great British Bake Off after claims that workers linked to the show were placing bets on this year's winner.
MILL Hill continue to set the pace at the top of Division One in the East Lancashire League following an impressive 5-1 victory over Rock Rovers at Griffin Park.
NEIL Pilkington is no stranger to holding a sportsman’s dinner with former Manchester United star Lee Sharpe the latest guest of Crown Paints Junior Football Club.
FRIENDS and family of a woman suffering from terminal cancer braved the long walk from Blackburn Town Hall to Accrington Town Hall to raise money for her treatment.
IN FUTURE, neighbours worried about a development in their street will no longer be guaranteed a full hearing of their complaint by councillors.
A TEACHING union in East Lancashire has warned more than half of teachers are considering leaving the profession in the next two years.
THE Lancashire Telegraph on October 3 had headlines “Man jailed for eight years for trying to import heroin” and “Boy jailed for life (but in reality five years) for acts of terrorism”.
RESIDENTS are being asked if they are willing to pay more in council tax to prevent 69 police officer jobs from being axed.
WHETHER you are popping to the shops for a new outfit, DIY supplies or the weekly groceries, the introduction of a plastic carrier bag charge will affect virtually every one of us.
COLNE and Nelson Rugby Club will hold clear-the-air talks with residents and council officials to address complaints connected to social events at its Holt House base.
A ROSSENDALE school played host to a group of teachers and pupils from China as part of an information exchange programme.
Homes in parts of Chorley have been left without water and low pressure since early this morning.
BURNLEY Football Club supporters who attend every away game this season will travel 6,775 miles following the Clarets.
A MAN has died after being hit by a train this morning.
A VAN has collided with a house in Rossendale this morning.
IT WAS a fantastic weekend for us against the two Sheffield sides with two great victories.
COLNE will look to regain top spot in the North West Counties League Premier Division tonight — and bounce back from their first defeat of the season in which three players were sent off and their manager and his assistant were banished from the…
FOLLOWING a series of vandal attacks on Darwen’s playgrounds a new radical approach to preventing further violence is being considered.
TOM Heaton is determined to continue repaying the faith shown in him by Sean Dyche after the Clarets goalkeeper clocked up his 100th appearance for the club in the 2-1 win at Rotherham.
SCOTT Arfield is proud to have reached a century of games for the Clarets in just over two seasons at Turf Moor.
FORMER Burnley striker Danny Ings believes “marginal gains” have been the key to his first call-up to the senior England squad.
THE Lancashire Cricket Board (LCB) plan to meet Lancashire League officials to discuss plans for expansion after 18 sides from three separate leagues applied to join the league for 2017.
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THE family of a motorcyclist who died in a road smash on Sunday have paid tribute to a 'wonderful husband, dad and grandad'.
AN investigation has been launched after a quad bike was stolen from a farm in the Ribble Valley this morning.
EACH week we appeal to readers of The Lancashire Telegraph for help finding wanted suspects.
A CANCER sufferer has thanked the people of East Lancashire for donating hundreds of pounds to help keep a roof over his head.
A PENSIONER who was jailed for sex offences against two young girls three decades ago died in prison, an inquest heard.
A £44 million upgrade has been unveiled at a railway station once branded the worst in Britain.
BURNLEY FC supporters had a narrow escape when their coach was engulfed in flames.
A MAN died after a road accident that shut the M65 for four hours at the weekend, police said.
A BUS driver rescued his neighbour from a burning flat – then went to work as if nothing had happened.
A police officer mown down as he tried to stop a speeding stolen pick-up truck died from internal injuries, a post-mortem examination has said.
THE former bowling alley in Accrington is to be revived with three new businesses creating jobs.
MOTORISTS face more than a month of disruption when a road is closed to traffic.
BLACKBURN Rovers fans who attend every game will travel 6,775 miles following their club this season.
SHOPPERS in East Lancashire have welcomed the 5p charge for plastic carrier bags introduced by the government to reduce litter and protect wildlife.
TICKETS remain available for the Blackburn Rovers Football and Community Action Group (BRAG) question and answer evening with the club’s manager Gary Bowyer, managing director Derek Shaw and communications director Alan Myers.