Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
The chair of an influential Middlesbrough Council committee is urging patients to share their views to help improve breast cancer diagnostic services.
From an arts group to a shed that gives cancer patients a space to see their pets, Ageing Better Middlesbrough awarded £30,000 to community projects and activities last year.
A series of overnight closures of a section of the A66 will take place tonight and over the weekend as the "through-about" works move into the next phase.
Middlesbrough residents are being advised to be aware of changes to bin collection dates over the festive period.
A major funding boost has set Middlesbrough on target to meet an ambitious tree planting goal.
A gang of violent drug-dealing yobs who have terrorised a Middlesbrough street have had their base shut down.
"Will Santa know I live in Middlesbrough again now, and I have another family?" These are the heartwarming and heartbreaking words of a little boy called Alfie in foster care.
Middlesbrough's booming digital sector has led to one of the town's premier office spaces hitting maximum capacity.
Pop and TV legend Martin Kemp is bringing his famous 80s DJ Party to Middlesbrough Town Hall for the first time.
A Middlesbrough Council worker has been hailed a hero after chasing a knife-wielding supermarket raider for over a mile.
Britain's most controversial and curious dish, the parmo, is set to join the likes of the Melton Mowbray Pork Pie and Stilton Cheese in having a book dedicated to the story of its rise from a little-known regional delicacy to a national culinary phenomenon.
Drug dealing and yobbery have been targeted in the latest phase of a major Middlesbrough-wide crackdown.
A group to support bereaved young people is launching/launched at The Live Well Centre in Middlesbrough on Thursday (January 16).
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