As part of a town twinning partnership celebrating its 75th anniversary, representatives from organisations across St Helens Borough, have paid a visit to the German city of Stuttgart.
A new policy will help to unlock new community led projects, giving residents and groups the chance to take ownership of former council land or buildings and provide services the area wants to see.
Senior councillors have today (Wednesday 13 September) signed-off more than £500,000 of funding allocated for pothole and resurfacing works on the borough's road network over the next year.
St Helens Borough Council is supporting Solar Together, a group-buying scheme designed to make it easier for residents to install solar panels on their homes to cut carbon emissions and save on energy bills.
The Liverpool City's Region's first Cycle Optimised Protected Signals (CYCLOPS) junction in St Helens will be open to traffic and pedestrians as of midday on Monday 4 September.
With a shared vision for sustainable transport to support net zero ambitions, a senior St Helens Borough councillor has written to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) to request funding to help get a series of railway improvements on track.