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Lancashire’s air ambulance was called in after a serious road accident brought major rush hour traffic hold-ups at Penwortham on Friday.
Of all the hundreds of restaurants, takeaways, cafes, hotels, pubs and food shops in Preston, just four have scored zero stars for hygiene.
A driver and a 12-year-old passenger are both in hospital with serious injuries following a road crash which brought rush hour traffic chaos to parts of Preston on Friday.
This is the baby boy alleged to have been murdered in a flat in Preston.
A new mosque in Preston city centre has finally got the go-ahead after a three-year struggle for planning permission.
A couple have been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a 13-month-old boy in Preston.
Five-star eating is fast becoming the norm in South Ribble, according to the latest food hygiene survey, but while the majority of restaurants, cafes, chippies and takeaways in the borough have all passed with ‘frying’ colours, a handful have been found wanting. BRIAN ELLIS reports.
Joe Garner’s 23rd goal of the season was enough to give Preston North End victory over Crawley Town at Deepdale.
Police are trying to trace a driver who fled the scene after parking a car on its side in a quiet Leyland street.
A beautician turned into a human torch as she manicured an elderly woman’s nails.