The projects are part of the council's medium-term financial plan which runs from 2023/24 to 2025/26 and sets out how it will spend both the revenue and capital budgets for the borough in that timeframe.
St Helens will officially kick start its role as the Liverpool City Region's Borough of Culture next month in style with a packed day of family activities featuring some of the very best local and regional artistic and cultural talent.
St Helens borough residents suffering with the effects of Long COVID are being encouraged to seek out local support services to help them overcome the debilitating effects of the illness.
Residents are being asked for their views on the latest review of licensed premises in St Helens town centre, which is looking to make sure the area stays vibrant and safe.
Three primary school pupils have been rewarded for putting their best foot forward after completing a challenge centred around active travel.
In a bid to shine a light on fostering, St Helens Borough Council is launching a week-long campaign to drum up new recruits and celebrate the achievements of current carers who look after some of the borough's most vulnerable children and young people.
The first chapter of St Helens' year as the Liverpool City Region's Borough of Culture for 2023 will begin with a wonderful collection of shows which will certainly keep the family entertained this February Half Term.