Local residents and businesses across Earlestown, Newton-Le-Willows and St Helens are being invited to view and have their say on updated plans for the regeneration of Earlestown town centre at a series of public exhibitions in November and December.
A couple who has called time of their incredible charity work which has seen more than £160,000 donated to different causes during the past 37-years have been recognised with a prestigious award.
Kind-hearted residents, businesses and organisations have once again come together to ensure some of the borough's most disadvantaged families can enjoy their Christmas by donating thousands of items and pounds to St Helens Borough Council's annual gift appeal.
The borough's cultural scene has received a boost after St Helens Library Service and local arts organisation Heart of Glass secured more than £1.7m in national funding to continue carrying out their multi-award-winning community projects over the next three years.
As winter begins to bite across the country, St Helens Borough Council's highways maintenance team have come in for praise after dealing with the current cold snap to keep the local road network running safely.
Staff and workers in St Helens Borough are being urged to think Covid and flu safe during the next two weeks and not set off for Christmas parties and events if they have symptoms of an infection.