Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A book commemorating Thomas Dormand Stewart being made a Freeman of Middlesbrough is being donated to the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum by his great grandson.
The budding sleuths at from Year 4 at North Ormesby Primary Academy formed their own Mini Police team in a pioneering scheme that could be repeated across the town.
The England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) have released an impactful new video, which aims to bring awareness to the issue of how parents are affected by loan sharks.
On Friday, June 15 or Saturday, June 16 Albert Park in Middlesbrough will play host to the annual Muslim celebration of Eid ul Fitr for the first time in Middlesbrough’s history.
Agenda items include consultation on Middlesbrough’s Local Plan, with planning officers present to respond to any queries.
Bold proposals have been unveiled which would see Middlesbrough Council building homes for the first time in a generation.
The 2018 Middlesbrough Jobs Fair drew more than 1,000 people to Middlesbrough Town Hall to meet a range of prospective employers.
To celebrate national Carers Week, a free and informal drop-in event will take place for residents who regularly care for a family member or friend.
A pioneering local charity helping those with dementia has been given a cash boost thanks to an innovative recycling initiative.
A fund-raising appeal is being launched to acquire a rare Captain Cook artefact for Middlesbrough.
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After three sell-out UK tours, Dirty Dusting returns to the Middlesbrough Theatre Stage on Sunday, June 24.
Middlesbrough town centre will host a day of celebrations to mark the annual day of recognition for the country’s Armed Forces this weekend.
Local children’s literacy levels outperform national improvement as National Literacy Trust Hub in Middlesbrough marks 5th anniversary