Secondary schools around Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland are being asked to reintroduce the use of face coverings. The advice from South Tees Joint Director of Public Health Mark Adams is in response to rising community rates of infection.
A repeat fly tipper who described himself as a "good guy in the community" will have to pay more than £2k after being caught in three separate dumping offences. Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston today welcomed the action taken by Middlesbrough Council and the tough sentencing of the courts.
Children from across the Tees Valley can learn yoga poses and enjoy a chance to discover unseen objects from the Dorman Museum collections at Yoga Explorer sessions this summer. Fun-filled and chilled classes, the sessions are run by Yoga Mike, an experienced yoga teacher.
The curtain will go up once again at Middlesbrough Theatre this week with a world premiere double bill by local playwright, David Tuffnell, In the Footsteps of Giants. After more than a year in darkness due to the coronavirus pandemic, the lights will be back shining on the theatre stage for main characters Stella and Michael.
For a long time, the residents of Camden Street would only venture into their alleyway to quickly get rid of their bin bags. But Kasper Czarnocki and his wife Kinga had seen enough - and decided to take action, contacting Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston on social media to see what they could do.
Expanding businesses in sectors key to Middlesbrough's future have received cash support to accelerate their growth plans. Grants have been awarded to Annimersion, Big Bite Creative, Christie's (The Zetland), Press On Vinyl, Sock Monkey Studios and Wander Films.