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One of the region's biggest and most significant regeneration projects is already having a positive impact - even before a spade has been put in the ground to build it.
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.
In a bid to support the local economy over the Christmas period, free Saturday parking will be introduced on all council-run car parks in St Helens town centre this weekend.
As part of activities to mark Road Safety Week, Liverpool City Region Mayor Steve Rotheram was given a tour of St Helens' new CYCLOPS junction by local primary school children on a recent visit to the area.
A St Helens Town Centre store has pleaded guilty to selling illicit vapes to children in a prosecution brought by St Helens Borough Council's Trading Standards.
The annual campaign that helps to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour during the run up to Halloween and Bonfire Night is back with a bang.
Voices of people with previous experience of feeling suicidal take the lead in the new campaign from OK to Ask in St Helens Borough, encouraging people to talk about suicidal feelings.
Children's Services delivered by St Helens Borough Council have been rated Good by Ofsted, with services for young people leaving care rated Outstanding.
A memorial celebration of life honouring service users to Kershaw Day Support Centre in Newton-le-Willows who had passed away during the Covid-19 pandemic has been unveiled.
Liverpool City Region leaders have warned the country risks missing its climate targets because of government 'backsliding' on its environmental pledges.