Young people in Lancashire posted more votes than anywhere else in the country in a poll to decide which issues would be raised in a House of Commons debate.
Finance chiefs at Lancashire County Council have revealed that the finalised local government finance settlement, announced yesterday, will still leave the council £11m worse off than anticipated, in spite of a £300m transition fund announced by central government.
The building of the extension to Euxton Primrose Hill Primary School is now underway.
Lancashire County Council has announced a £5 million programme to repair transport infrastructure damaged in the December floods, funded by the Department for Transport.
Young people from Burnley who are not in employment, education or training (NEET) have made the most of an opportunity to find out about the options available to them at a recent event.
Lancashire County Council's community heritage team are helping people to find out about the history of their own house or one that a relative used to live in.
Shocking statistics revealed as part of a North West campaign being launched ahead of Valentine’s Day shows 90% of domestic abuse incidents are witnessed by children.
A new group to consider the impact of the proposal to withdraw the current level of funding for subsidised bus services will meet for the first time on Monday 8 February.
Lancashire County Council has appointed a contractor for a proposed new road connecting the western side of Preston with the M55 motorway.
Clitheroe Castle Museum's December treasure hunt has been won by a six year–old visitor.