Here are the most read Lancashire Evening Post online stories from the last week.
The grieving mum of teenager Jonjo Highton, killed in a Preston street, has spoken of her heartbreak.
Two holidaymakers from Preston could hold a vital clue to how a former Rugby League player died during a stag party in Ibiza.
Two men from India were arrested following a Home Office immigration raid at a Preston takeaway.
A married church-goer who encouraged a 12-year-old girl he met on an internet chat room to participate in sexual activity was chatting to an undercover police officer.
Spitting in a woman’s face in the street cost drug dealer Gary Cornwall a lengthy prison term.
One of Lancashire’s most famous old country pubs housed hygiene problems which a judge said “was more luck than anything else” that members of the public were not made ill.
Police call them the Avenham Organised Crime Gang - a mob peddling drugs, violence and intimidation.
Super-sized school uniforms are flying off the shelves as retailers are forced to contend with Lancashire’s growing number of overweight children.
Two men had to be rescued by the coastguard after their boat capsized.
An elderly woman choked on a six-centimetre “lump” of roast lamb in a nursing home, an inquest has heard.