Kirknewton Primary School is the first primary school in West Lothian to receive the Digital Schools Award.
West Lothian Council is looking for views on the redevelopment of the Vennel in Linlithgow.
The huge project to build the new state-of-the-art £32 million West Calder High School is progressing on track.
A local celebration to show appreciation of the work of the Armed Forces was held in Livingston today, Friday 23rd June.
Following an approach by the board of the Regal Community Theatre in Bathgate, West Lothian Council has approved additional one-off funding of £35,000 to enable the theatre to continue to operate over the summer.
West Lothian Council has stepped in to support Linlithgow Heritage Trust's ambitious plans to create a new museum for the town.
Six West Lothian school's golfers, who are part of the council's Excellence in School Sport Programme (ESSP), took on top golfing students from Grapevine, Texas, recently to retain the Gallacher Cup.
West Lothian Council has condemned plans to close the children's ward for inpatients at St. John's Hospital in Livingston again this summer.
West Lothian Council is making plans to bridge an expected budget gap of £66 million over the next five years.
West Lothian Council has approved plans to invest £48.4 million in public assets such as schools, roads and open spaces.
Good progress is being made to deliver improvements at West Calder High School.
West Lothian is joining organisations across the country in flying the flag for Armed Forces Day.
Youngsters from Bathgate Early Years Centre are appealing to local people to help them keep the area around their nursery litter free.
West Lothian Council is advising drivers of road closures which are planned for the coming weeks.
West Lothian Council has launched a new campaign aimed at highlighting what financial support is available to parents of school children.
A rising star of the international comedy scene is coming back to West Lothian for a special homecoming show.
The results of the General Election 2017 for the Linlithgow and East Falkirk constituency and the Livingston constituency.
Voluntary and Third Sector organisations in West Lothian are now able to apply for a share of £200,000, thanks to council funding.
West Lothian residents should look out for the Summer edition of West Lothian Council's newspaper Bulletin coming through their letterboxes.
A new £750,000 nursery extension has been agreed at the Winchburgh and Holy Family primary shared school campus.
An ambitious programme aims to encourage more West Lothian residents to use sustainable transport.