LANCASHIRE County Council's museums and libraries are helping people to discover what life was like during WW1.
SIX young 'parliamentarians' from Lancashire will be among 400 young people at Lancaster University taking part in the annual sitting of the UK Youth Parliament this weekend, July 25 to 27.
THE Lancashire Register Office in Preston is set to move back to its permanent location on Bow Lane.
HEALTH chiefs from across the county have backed Lancashire's new Fairness Commission.
The latest phase of work on the £3.
Bosses at Lancashire County Council have approved detailed plans for a £12 million programme to improve the M65 from junction 6 at Whitebirk to junction 14 at Colne.
Latest government figures show that foreign investment in Lancashire secured almost 2,000 new and safeguarded jobs in Lancashire in 2013/14.
Do you think you could join the hundreds of foster carers already discovering the rewards of sharing their lives with children who need a home? Come along to Preston's Party in the Park to find out more, as well as having a fantastic day out.
Two girls from Burnley have received funding for a seven-day residential trip to Portsmouth, as part of a Tall Ship Challenge.
A Skelmersdale youth club has received funding from Lancashire County Council towards healthy activities.