Local public sector employers met at County Hall, Preston this week to discuss ways to ensure their staff are supported to feel well, work well and live well.
Lancashire County Council is alerting people travelling through Colne on one of the key routes linking Lancashire and Yorkshire to expect delays on Sunday morning due to resurfacing work.
Options for the future development of the Lancashire Central site at Cuerden are now set to be explored further.
Lancashire County Council will not rerun its procurement process or retender for new bids for its public health nursing services for 0 to 19 year olds following a court judgement.
Jobseekers can attend a free 'work club' in a library close to where they live.
A new exhibition celebrating the long and eventful service of a 19th century ship built in Lancaster is now on display at the Maritime Museum on St George's Quay.
Lancashire County Council Trading Standards is warning people to beware of high-pressure salesmen trying to overcharge them for bags full of fresh fish which they don't really want.
People who misuse a bus lane in Broughton will now be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
The main entrance to Chorley Library has closed temporarily while essential repair work is carried out.
New figures have shown how delays in releasing hospital patients who need social care support to go home are being reduced in the county's hospitals.
An exhibition to highlight the affect that the First World War had on the owners of Gawthorpe Hall and other people living in the area will go on display this month.
Lancashire County Council has welcomed action being taken by Highways England to avoid further disruption to Carnforth residents by changing a diversion route for motorway resurfacing work.
Lancashire County Council's cabinet has agreed plans to run Lytham library from the Assembly Rooms, on Dicconson Terrace.
More than £5,000 is being handed out to young people's groups in Fylde, Wyre and the Ribble Valley.
Two new benches, one of which is a specially designed 'book' bench, have been installed at Euxton Library.
This week sees the start of Shared Lives Week and Lancashire County Council is urging more people to get in touch to find out about becoming a Shared Lives carer.
Lancashire County Council Trading Standards and Lancashire Police have seized a stash of illegal tobacco from a shop in the town centre area of Nelson, and over £100,000 in bags of unaccounted-for cash from a house in the town today (12 June 2018).
Repairs to Lancaster's Greyhound Bridge have progressed well since the recent news that it will reopen later than first scheduled.
A major renovation scheme is being planned for an iconic Burnley landmark to ensure its long term future.
Local food businesses have upped their game when selling food containing allergens according to Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Service.