Tonight's Lotto is a double roll-over with a jackpot estimated at £8.9m - more than enough to splash out on one of East Lancashire's million-pound luxury properties. But, the important question is which would you choose? We've taken a look around…
BLACK Friday shoppers have been warned to avoid potentially dangerous counterfeit items widely available online.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne has announced there will be no cuts to Lancashire Police.
A MAN has been found not guilty of a number of sexual offences after a five-day crown court trial.
A PAEDOPHILE who groomed a schoolgirl crept in through her bedroom window at night while her parents were asleep to have sex.
ROVERS’ most memorable recent home victory over this weekend’s opponents Sheffield Wednesday sealed their place in the 2002 Worthington Cup final.
BURNLEY are set to be reimbursed by Liverpool for striker Danny Ings in the New Year, after submitting their claim to the Professional Football Compensation Committee.
THE Sainsburys supermarket in Darwen is to construct a petrol station after the plan was given the green light.
Forbes Solicitors based in Preston have assisted leading accountants PM+M in their expansion to larger offices in Burnley town centre.
POLICE officers were threatened with an axe before a stand-off at a house.
A MAN described as having lived and breathed Blackburn ice hockey was honoured with the opening of a memorial sensory garden.
NEXT time you climb into bed, consider who else might be lurking under the covers with you.
IF a tablet was developed that reduced blood pressure, cholesterol and the risk of several life-threatening diseases, while at the same time helping people to lose weight, sleep and concentrate, it would be hailed as a new wonder drug.
REBECCA Rimmington is looking forward to a bright future after joining Team WNT for 2016.
SAM Billings will keep trying to emulate Jos Buttler — when he next has an opportunity to do so for England.
A MAN has been arrested after the body of a woman was discovered at a house in Hyndburn.
Lorries loaded with Wham brand products are rolling out of a Lancashire manufacturer's distribution centre in record numbers to keep retailers' shelves stocked up to Christmas and beyond.
SHORTLY after 11.30am on September 3, 1939, the words “This country is at war with Germany” meant its menfolk were off to fight once more. In May, 1940 an appeal was made to people aged 17 to 65 to register at police stations to form the Local…
IN 1957, there was a double celebration at St Peter’s, Salesbury – it was the 150th birthday of the parish and the 70th anniversary of the church.
TODAY we look at more extracts from the diary of a Nelson cotton worker who survived both the Eastern and Western Fronts, serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps during the First World War.
A DOCTOR who represents Lancashire on the British Medical Association has warned that a £3.8 billion cash injection for the NHS announced by George Osborne may not be enough.
THE good folk of Blackburn were adamant they would not stop smoking when a Telegraph team went out on the streets following a report on lung cancer.
A ONE Poll survey revealing that almost a quarter of us will get into debt this Christmas makes for depressing reading.
THE parents of an East Lancashire nurse murdered by her ex-partner have called on businesses to do their bit to help victims of domestic violence.
A BLACKBURN school has hailed its latest GCSE results as a fitting tribute for its 30th anniversary.
A RIBCHESTER teenager has received a national swimming award for his contributions to the sport.
VINTAGE clothing trends reflect the diversity and creativity of fashion from the 1920s right up to the 1980s. With such a wealth of styles available in vintage fashion stores you would be hard-pressed not to find an item that did not suit you…
HISTORIAN Jack Nadin turns the pages of Padiham’s past in a new book, that tells of local characters and life through the ages.
PLANS for an international airport at Blackpool took off soon after the Second World War.
A CAMPAIGN to save Lancashire’s mill museums from closure due to council cuts has been backed by more than 3,000 people.
PLANS to develop land by junction 8 of the M61 will be drawn up over the coming months, with the potential to create hundreds of jobs and homes.
A NEW educational partnership has been launched by Blackburn College and the Northcote Group.
THOSE doing their Christmas shopping in Blackburn are being urged to buy an extra little gift to help families in crisis.
A DARWEN private medical insurance specialist Chase Templeton has created 10 new jobs in the town after opening a Greater London hub.
RAMSBOTTOM’s Literary and Arts festival received a standing ovation as hundreds gathered to watch talented thespians perform weird and wonderful acts.
CLARETS winger George Boyd has taken a senior role in the latest Burnley FC community scheme.
A MOTHER-AND-SON cannabis dealing operation ran from a home in Darwen has ended in a prison sentence for one of them.
PARKING tickets in Burnley could be set to rise as part of a range of changes to be debated by councillors.
OUR regular update of East Lancashire residents who have been jailed in the past month.
AN EAST Lancashire MP has spoken of his concern after Rolls-Royce announced plans for a £200million restructure.
A COUNCILLOR has raised safety concerns after he found a knife hidden in bushes whil taking part in a community clean-up day in Blackburn.
ALMOST 5,000 people visited Astley Hall as it was transformed into a magical winter wonderland with spectacular lights, artistic performance and film.
A YOUNG mum was attacked in her own home by two women who pushed their way in when she opened the door.
AN ANONYMOUS reporting service for pupils, families and the community connected to Blackburn Central High School with Crosshill has been launched.
PUPILS from schools in Accrington quizzed a panel of local politicians at a Question Time event.
POLICE following a van that they wanted to stop for a routine check saw a white bag thrown out of the passenger window.
EACH week we appeal to readers of The Lancashire Telegraph for help finding wanted suspects.
ACCRINGTON Stanley boss John Coleman backed the referee’s decision to call off last night’s match with Hartlepool.
BURNLEY'S start to the 2015/16 Championship season is almost identical to their promotion campaign winning of two years ago.