Talk about a chip off the old block.
Who would have imagined when the picture above was taken eight years ago that it would turn out to be quite so prophetic?
A blue plaque has been installed at Watson Road Park in South Shore to mark the end of the First World War – and to commemorate its own role in the deadly conflict.
A care home which held a summer of unique holiday experiences for its residents has been praised by inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
A librarian at Palatine Library in St Annes Road, South Shore, was attacked after asking a man to leave, police said.
The keys to the multi-million pound Armfield Academy in Lytham Road, South Shore, were handed over by builders this morning, ahead of the school’s opening on Monday.
“I’m so sorry,” I yelled at the bewildered girl I’d just walloped. If she’d been older, I reckon I’d have at least cracked a rib.
A woman who used an electric shock collar to stop her dog barking told Blackpool magistrates: "I tried it myself and it was quite painful."
Bailiffs have been brought in as travellers remain on a South Shore car park despite promises to move on.
A licensing bid which could see a hotel bar open until 5am with a 24-hour alcohol licence attached has sparked fears the move could lead to rowdy behaviour.
A murder suspect accused of stabbing a man in the chest in Blackpool was last night still in a serious condition in hospital.
Sports pitch is officially opened by the mayor after big overhaul.
An invitation has gone out to Fylde coast residents to have a look around one of Blackpool’s best kept secrets.
Children ‘as young as 10’ have been spotted smoking and drinking in a Marton park into the early hours of the morning, police have said.
A driver from Blackpool was arrested on suspicion of a 'hat-trick of offences', police said.