Secrets of St Helens uncovered as book launched

A BOOK which uncovers many little known St Helens facts has been launched Secret St Helens, by Sue Gerrard, has been published...

St Helens Council confirms Kath O’Dwyer as Chief Executive

At a full council meeting this week, the council voted to appoint Kath O'Dwyer to the role following a rigorous recruitment process. Ms O'Dwyer will...

College Street desilting works to start this Monday

A £330,000 scheme will be undertaken to help reduce the flood risk at one of St Helens’ flooding hotspots - Gerards Bridge, College Street.

Coronavirus: Latest Advice

St Helens Borough has robust plans in place to minimise any disruption caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). They are working closely with Public Health...

Election results 2019: The result by actual votes… and other questions

The 2019 election is over, and the Conservatives have won a decisive majority. Here, we answer a selection of readers' questions about...

The annual St Helens Christmas light switch is just over a week away

Headlining this year’s extravaganza in Church Square will be Bulsara and his Queenies – a team of world class musicians who deliver the most remarkable...

FLOOD DEFENCES DEPLOYED AHEAD OF STORM DENNIS

Bewdley, Worcestershire are the first to deploy flood defences in preparation for Storm Dennis.  Sea levels continue to rise and weather warnings...

The impact of COVID-19 on those experiencing domestic abuse

Residents will be following the national advice around household isolation and social distancing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This advice...

Senior councillor welcomes school extension approval

St Helens Council’s Cabinet Member for Developing Young People has welcomed planning approval which will see works carried out at an outstanding Ofsted-rated primary school...

Service hours and closures at Christmas

Don’t get caught out over the Christmas break, find out more about which and when council services are running over the festive period.

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