Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A Middlesbrough food business was ordered to close due to poor standards of hygiene and inadequate drainage.
New friendships and nostalgic table games were enjoyed by more than 30 Ageing Better Middlesbrough members at the latest Café Meet Up.
As winter nears, Middlesbrough is fully prepared for the worst the weather has offer. Temperatures are set to fall this week, bringing the possibility of icy roads.
Great local food and drink will once again take centre stage when the popular Middlesbrough Local
Meet Santa’s newest elves Jacob and Olivia – the lucky competition winners who will ride on the sleigh in the Magical Middlesbrough Parade, sponsored by Splash Utilities.
Extra support to help residents who struggle to pay their council tax is being put to a vote after receiving strong public backing.
Tributes have been paid to a “principled” former Mayor of Middlesbrough regarded as a “moderniser
A new digital heritage app is bringing the fascinating history of the Tees Transporter Bridge and the surrounding area to life.
Cleveland Fire Brigade in partnership with leading campaigning charity Electrical Safety First is urging householders to look after their household white goods.
A festive Hollywood classic is the latest offering in a Middlesbrough cinema’s Dementia Friendly
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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.