Detectives investigating the discovery of a man’s skeleton in Chorley have identified him – more than 15 years after he was found.Read the full story ›
The dreams of a charity founder from Chorley have come true - and it's set to be screened on primetime TV this weekend.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the death of the daughter of Commons Deputy Speaker Lindsay Hoyle will be heard today.Read the full story ›
The globe's best squash players are descending on the North West as the World Championships come to Manchester.
It all gets underway this week and one player hoping to win her second world crown is Chorley's Laura Massaro.
The 2013 champion is hoping to use home advantage to her advantage. David Chisnall went to meet her.
If you want to watch Laura in action at the PSA Squash World Championships in Manchester you can get your tickets here.
One woman could change the way unmarried couples are treated in the eyes of the law in the event of a bereavement.
It's being called a landmark legal victory for NHS worker Jakki Smith from Chorley.
Jakki's partner John Bulloch died six years ago after he contracted an infection following surgery.
If she'd been John's wife or civil partner she would have been entitled to a sum of more than £12,000.
- Our correspondent Rachel Townsend reports.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a wanted man from Chorley.
Joseph Lancaster, 49, of no fixed address, is wanted in connection with a burglary at an address on Heapney Road, Chorley.
Det Con Warren Gibson, of Chorley Police, said:
We would like to speak to Joseph Lancaster and are asking anybody with information about his whereabouts to get in touch with us as soon as possible. Similarly we would urge Lancaster himself, if he sees this appeal, to hand himself in straight away.”
Lancaster is described as white, around 5ft 8ins tall, with short, greying hair and a scruffy beard. He speaks with a Chorley accent.
- Anybody with information is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call either 07939684096 or 101, quoting log number 405 of November 5th.
An 88-year-old widow brutally assaulted by a masked intruder in her own home said she is lucky to be alive, a court has heard.Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for more than six years after a brutal robbery of a pensioner in Chorley.Read the full story ›
The people of Chorley took to the streets to cheer on the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment as they marched through the town today.
The Regiment was awarded the Freedom of the Borough by Chorley Council in 2007. This ceremonial parade, organised by the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment and Chorley Council will see the Regiment exercising their right to march through the streets.
Colonel of the Regiment, Brigadier Peter Rafferty told us it's always a great day:
Parklands High School in Chorley, Lancashire had a touching tribute for victims of the Manchester attack.Read the full story ›