Pupils at a school in Lancaster will find out today if it's to be closed by the council.
Skerton Community High School was described by inspectors as 'inadequate.'
Campaigners say it's closure will have a devastating impact
Police in Lancaster are asking the public for information after nine chickens were killed during a break in at a school.
Police say the offenders broke into the school between the evening of Friday 8th November and the following morning at Rylands School on Torrisholme Road.
The chickens were found with their necks snapped on Saturday morning by a member of staff.
PC Dave Pinnington said:
“The offenders clearly knew where these chickens were kept and I would encourage anyone that may have information about this incident to come forward.
“The children at the school have been left very upset and anybody that could assist with our investigation is urged to contact Lancaster Police on 101.”
The family of a man killed in a road accident on Sunday have paid tribute to him.
David Bebbington's yellow Toyota MR2 was the only vehicle involved in a collision on the A591 Kendal Bypass near Shenstone.
The 40 year old is described by his family as generous in spirit.
"Dave’s doors were always open for a brew and a natter to friends and customers alike. He loved entertaining people. He was a showman. David was well known throughout the District.
He was a friend to many people and had a reputation for always putting others before himself – indeed, very recently, he had put up a notice at work to invite anyone who would be alone at Christmas to spend the day with him and his family.
His offer had been taken up by many people! This generosity of spirit was typical and earned the love and respect of many around him.
A man is due to appear in court charged with the murder of a man in Lancaster.
Bernard McSorley, 52, of no fixed address, is charged with killing of Paul McDonagh in the town.
Mr McDonagh, 30, was found dead at the rear of St James Court, Lancaster at shortly after 1.30pm on October 29th.
A post mortem exam revealed he'd been stabbed.
Lancashire Police are using a unique ambassador to highlight safety issues to students in Lancaster.
Inspector Morph is visiting universities to encourage students to think about getting home safely and drinking responsibly.
Police in Lancashire are hunting a man who absconded from Lancaster Farms prison, after being taken to hospital.
David Osbaldeston, originally from the Accrington area, was taken to the hospital after claiming he'd taken an overdose.
He was jailed in September 2011 and was serving two years and six months for motoring and assault offences.
He is described as white, 178cms tall with short light brown hair. He was last seen wearing a prison issue burgundy T-shirt, jeans and black trainers, with luminous green laces.
Detective Inspector Andrew Ellis said, “We are very keen to trace Osbaldeston and return him to prison to serve the remainder of his sentence.
“We would ask the public to be vigilant and report any sightings to the police - any details the public may have could be crucial.”
The Grade 2 listed Lancaster Moor Hospital has been part of the city's landscape since 1882.
It was built as an asylum for patients with a mental illness and at one time was home to more than 3,000 people.
For the past ten years the building has been locked up and derelict but now the site's being converted into homes in a deal worth around 68 million pounds.
A Lancashire man has been confirmed as being onboard a ship which is now believed to have sunk between New Zealand and Australia.
35 year old Matthew Wootton, from Lancaster, was travelling on the schooner along with six Americans.
We often hear people complaining about a lack of community with people living very separate lives - a new scheme near Lancaster may do something to address that.
A group of homes have been built on the outskirts of the city. The hope is it could become the template for how new communities are created. Ralph Blunsom reports on a new scheme aiming to bring people together.
Lancashire police have said no further action will be taken against three men arrested after an investigation into an Islamic school for girls in Lancaster
Police were called to the Jamea Al Kauthar school to investigate claims of sexual assault and false imprisonment.
Detectives executed a search warrant and arrested the three men earlier this month.
Police have said no further action will be taken as "none of the conduct disclosed ... meets the threshold for criminal prosecution".