A special presentation event was held at the World of Glass in St Helens recently to celebrate the achievements of adult learners who have used learning to transform and improve their lives.
A senior St Helens Borough councillor has hailed the progress made to restore one of St Helens' most iconic buildings, as external work nears an end.
Six projects delivering new jobs, new homes, greener transport links, protecting heritage and supporting businesses to grow in St Helens will go forward to Government for the release of round one Town Deal funding.
The plan to deliver a modern St Helens Library Service that is inclusive, vibrant, modern, excellent, responsive to customer needs and at the heart of communities has been approved.
The St Helens Borough Local Plan has been officially adopted with approval by members at a meeting of the Full Council today (Tuesday 12 July).
Commuters who use park and ride facilities at Lea Green Railway Station in St Helens are being asked to look at how they use the station ahead of work to build a new decked car park and ticket booking office.
As part of St Helens' status as the Liverpool City Region's Borough of Culture (BoC) in 2023, residents with a passion for the arts are invited to have their say on how to make the most of the year - and shout about how great our borough is.
Music fans in St Helens planning to attend festival events during the summer break are being urged to make sure they Covid-19 test before setting off in light of local infections rising sharply again.
Fans of rugby league are being urged to ensure they get the best seats in the house for Rugby League World Cup 2021 with just 100 days to go until the tournament kicks off at St James' Park as England men take on Samoa men on 15 October.
Bringing the St Helens Library back to the Gamble is one of the key aims of a new five-year Library Strategy which will transform the service to deliver what people want and need.