Back by popular demand - Paul ‘The Sinnerman' Sinha will be seeking more answers at Middlesbrough Town Hall later this month. The star of ITV's The Chase will be bringing his very own big quiz to the historic venue for a second night on Saturday, September 26.
Customers of a Middlesbrough pub are being warned to stay alert after a cluster of positive coronavirus cases. Middlesbrough Council is aware of eight cases linked to the Apple Tree in Marton. Anyone who visited the pub from 26-29 August should remain vigilant and book a test if they develop symptoms, however mild.
Middlesbrough people are being urged to stay safe and enjoy the bank holiday within the Coronavirus government guidelines. Current weather forecasts predict a mixture of grey skies, rain and even some sunshine over the weekend and Bank Holiday Monday.
Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston wants to see classrooms full of the town's "little geniuses" when schools reopen next week. Schools will be open to all children for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown. Mr Preston says it's natural for parents to have reservations, but insists school is the best place for children to be.
Want to shape local services that reflect your community and the way you live? Residents in Middlesbrough are being reminded they have a unique opportunity to do just that. They're being asked for their views in a major shake-up of the way Middlesbrough Council delivers services to local communities.
A unique postcard project called ‘Rainbow Friends' has been set up to offer friendly messages to older and younger people in our area. The initiative involves participants writing a friendly message for another person in Middlesbrough, with the option to receive a unique message of their own.
Wearing face coverings in taxis and other shared vehicles is vital to protect public health and support Middlesbrough's economy. The Council is urging everyone who shares transport to wear face coverings to stop the spread of Covid-19 and allow people to venture out with confidence.
Works to introduce a major highway improvement scheme at the A66/A171 Cargo Fleet Junction in Middlesbrough are nearly complete. The scheme features a ‘throughabout' - a signalised roundabout with two lanes of traffic in each direction running through the middle of it - at the A66/A171 Cargo Fleet Lane junction.