Lancashire County Council has received a letter from the Planning Inspectorate stating that decisions on planning appeals lodged against decisions made by its Development Control Committee earlier this year will now be determined by the Secretary of State.
A historic building in Lancaster will open its doors for a special weekend in December.
Lancashire County Council is bringing in changes to traffic management in Preston to ease congestion in the busy run up to Christmas.
Lancashire County Council has announced a series of measures to address concerns raised during a recent inspection of children's services.
Lancashire County Council's Cabinet today approved plans to save 65m over the next two years, as part of action to tackle a 262m funding gap faced by April 2020.
A weight limit needed to preserve an historic bridge in Ormskirk is due to be put in place by 8 January 2016.
Anyone hunting for that unique Christmas gift should go to the Victorian Craft Fair at Helmshore Mills Textile Museum in Rossendale.
A fascinating talk to discover how the diary of a Carmelite nun inspired the poignant art exhibition 'Night Prayers', will be held in Preston in December.
Around 100 delegates attended a special breakfast networking event on Monday to hear about progress on the Preston, South Ribble and Lancashire City Deal and forthcoming investment opportunities.
Visitors to Fleetwood Museum had a big surprise on Friday 20 November.
Organisations across Lancashire are supporting White Ribbon Day on Wednesday 25 November.
Clitheroe Castle Museum's September treasure hunt has been won by a six year-old visitor.
Libraries across the county are getting ready to celebrate Lancashire Day on Friday 27 November, with a number of events taking place to mark the occasion.
Libraries in Wyre are getting ready to celebrate Lancashire Day on Friday 27 November, with a number of events taking place to mark the occasion.
Libraries in Fylde are getting ready to celebrate Lancashire Day on Friday 27 November, with a number of events taking place to mark the occasion.
Lancashire's gritting crews are gearing up to treat the roads for the first time this winter, following forecasts of freezing conditions.
Children and staff have been enjoying some brand new facilities since heading back for the start of term at Lomeshaye Junior School, Nelson.
Museums and archives across the county are getting ready to celebrate Lancashire Day on Friday 27 November, with a number of events taking place to mark the occasion.
Lancashire County Council is supporting national HIV Testing Week by encouraging people who are most likely to be affected by HIV to take a test.
Lancashire's historic County Hall is lit up with purple lights until the end of November to support the 'Turn it purple' campaign to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer.