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Online applications - the smart way to apply for school places for autumn 2015 - are now open at Lancashire County Council's website.
LANCASHIRE County Council is repairing two bridges in Preston starting on Wednesday 10 September.
Lancashire County Council's Cabinet is to propose a budget to steer the council through the next three years, including a further 160m of savings.
Lancashire County Council's libraries are helping people to discover what life was like during WW1.
YOUNG people seeking a career in the arts are taking over the Harris Library, Museum and Art Gallery from 5 to 7 September.
A new way of supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities will be phased in from September.
A new social event for professionals from the creative sector is coming to Lancaster.
Lancashire County Council is to invest 1m in a raft of new schemes to improve road safety over the next two years.
People across Lancashire are being invited to share their views on how or whether they have been affected by the country's recent economic problems.
Trafalgar Street in Burnley will be closed for two weeks from Sunday 31 August as Lancashire County Council carries out resurfacing connected with the Weavers Triangle regeneration project.
TEAMS from East Lancashire have come first and third in this year's Dusk 'til Dawn overnight challenge.
County Councillor Nikki Hennessy, lead member for schools, said: "This year's Key Stage 2 results for 11-year-olds are Lancashire's best ever.
THE CHANCE to gain more qualifications, further their education or secure a job or apprenticeship will be among the opportunities on offer for young people between the ages of 16 and 19 at a jobs and careers event in Leyland.
A STUNNING Battle of Britain lace panel will form the centrepiece of this year's free Heritage Open Day at Gawthorpe Hall on Saturday 13 September.
AN ACCRINGTON student has just returned from an unforgettable experience, travelling through Southern Africa with the Journey of a Lifetime Trust.
Lancashire County Council is holding a series of public exhibitions for people to find out more about a proposed new route for the completion of Penwortham bypass.
A BALLOT is underway to give young people from Lancashire their say on what issues are discussed at a special session of the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) to be held in the House of Commons.
Thousands of Muslim pilgrims risk their trip of a lifetime becoming a nightmare.
Work will soon start on improvements to Preston Station forecourt which will complement ongoing work to make the city centre more attractive.
A last-ditch bid at an auction has secured a rare bravery medal for Lancaster City Museum's collection.