Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A young Middlesbrough man has set himself a mammoth task of climbing the world’s second highest mountain in a single day.
The shape of housing development in Middlesbrough over the coming years is set out in a new document.
Cleveland Fire Brigade is appealing to people to avoid the heartache of a fire this Christmas by taking extra care with cooking, candles and electrical equipment.
An annual event to support the homeless and those facing hardship is set to help more people than ever before.
In line with a national campaign of illuminating important local structures, Middlesbrough will be raising awareness of the fight against AIDS and HIV.
The heartbroken family of a teenage girl who died at the hands of a drink and drug driver throwing their support behind a Christmas road safety campaign.
Cleveland Fire Brigade is warning motorists after over 50% of vehicles checked during a campaign were found to have one or more faults.
A safe place helps vulnerable people if they feel scared or at risk while they are out and about in the community and need support right away.
More than 60,000 people have already enjoyed the events of the Magical Middlesbrough Christmas in Centre Square.
Budding young curators have been recreating the magic of a local Museum in their own classroom and will be staging a special exhibition of their own.
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Magical Middlesbrough Christmas is preparing for a final festive fling with the annual Big Sing (Sunday, December 17).
Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd is to press the Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling for funding to improve the town’s road network.
Middlesbrough Theatre seasons are always packed with musical variety from start to finish and next Spring is no different.