William Gage, 37, was given a reduced sentence due to his troubled background
Rescue teams help to save tree cutter
Charlie Denton still took part in May Day landfill protests
Figures for all wards in the borough released following Advertiser investigation
THE countdown has begun to European parliamentary and local elections on Thursday, May 22.
Still time to put forward your choice for the greatest honour in the borough
POLICE have confirmed that the man who was found in a burnt-out car in Up Holland last week was 41-year-old Adam Legge.
NATASHA Louise Mcnair, 20, of Fairstead, Skelmersdale was charged with stealing £50 from Andrew Carey on December 28, She was also charged with stealing four hair dyes, three packs of KitKats, a bottle of vodka and two cups from Home Bargains on September 4.
THE new year has got off to a very bad start for one family after thousands of pounds worth of designer handbags were stolen from their home, leaving them distraught.
A DAIRY processing plant looks set to lose its bid to becoming more sustainable when their wind turbine application goes before the planning committee tonight.
A CHRISTMAS night out ended in agony for one reveller when “Mr T” smashed a bottle and hit him on the side of the head with it.
A CONVENIENCE store owner from Up Holland has been presented with a national award for his retailing skills.
SKELMERSDALE’S regeneration took a step forward as West Lancashire Council approved the borough’s new Local Plan.
OLYMPIC heroes the Skem Men-Aces enjoyed an open-top bus victory parade at the weekend to celebrate their massive achievement at the Special Olympics.
A WIND turbine is being planned for the Yew Tree Dairy site on Pimbo Industrial estate.
A SERIAL thief who broke into a flat in Skelmersdale and stole a number of electrical items has been jailed for 10 months.
A SINGLE mum from Up Holland has lost a staggering seven 7stin a year after deciding to get fit for her daughter.
AUGHTON: The occupant of a house on Mickering Lane disturbed a burglary in their home after their dog’s barks alerted them to the intruder or intruders between 3am-3.30am on Thursday, August 8.
A COUNCILLOR has shaved her head to raise money for cancer research and to support her step-daughter who is suffering from the disease.
A COUNCILLOR is shaving her head for a cancer charity after her step-daughter was diagnosed with the disease.