Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
The signing of the North Ormesby Pledge will give fresh impetus to improvements in the area’s economy, housing provision and community safety.
Former council offices are set to become a hotel in the latest phase of town centre renewal in Middlesbrough.
The Healthy Stepping (Middlesbrough) scheme, which helps people lead healthier lifestyles through regular walking, has won official recognition from Walking for Health.
The Fire Brigade have developed a programme for young people to develop the knowledge and skills to keep local communities and industry safe.
Photography students have been inspired by a generation spanning 76 years to create a campaign which helps reduce loneliness and social isolation in Middlesbrough.
Sir William McAlpine is to officially unveil a Transport Trust Red Wheel plaque recognising the transport heritage significance of the Tees Transporter Bridge.
Come along to Middlesbrough Theatre on Wednesday, April 5 for an unforgettable evening in the company of one of the funniest and best-loved comedy performers.
Following a formal public consultation, important changes to urgent care services will be introduced by NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) on 1 April 2017.
On 4 May there will be a huge shift in the way the Tees Valley is run, Northern Powerhouse Minister said on a visit to the Tees Valley Combined Authority area.
A Middlesbrough cinema is continuing its support for the town’s growing provision for those with dementia
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