Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
The town’s Citizen of the Year Award is an annual celebration of good citizenship and public service – and nominations close on Friday, December 29.
The operator of a Middlesbrough restaurant has been hit with a £10,000 fine over breaches of food hygiene rules.
Free training for residents on the first public defibrillator to be fitted outside a Cleveland fire station is available this weekend.
A five-week course in baby massage is on offer at Grove Hill Community Hub on Bishopton Road in Middlesbrough.
A demonstration of taxidermy is on offer at Captain Cook Birthplace Museum on Friday, October 20.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which is the best pantomime of all...?The answer - this year’s fun-packed family panto at Middlesbrough Theatre.
The inspirational words of Voice of the Boro Ali Brownlee are to be immortalised on the approach to the Riverside Stadium.
Staff and volunteers from Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind ran 33 miles on Saturday (7 October) to promote the benefits of physical activity and mental health.
Budding artists have a chance to find out about the wonder of watercolour at a special class this week.
The St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra are to help Middlesbrough Theatre celebrate its 60th anniversary with a not to be missed show later this month.
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The multi-million pound restoration of Middlesbrough Town Hall has now passed the halfway mark – and the public can see the work for themselves.
Plans to secure and develop the future of a key leisure destination are to be drawn up by Middlesbrough Council.
Empty property owners are being urged to access funding to help bring homes back into use.