Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Property owners are being urged to apply for grants to help bring empty homes back into use.
Pavilion Pines, one of Middlesbrough's newest parks, is on the look-out for new friends.
The concerns of residents in a challenged Middlesbrough community are being listened to by Middlesbrough's Mayor and the Chief Constable of Cleveland Police.
A World Parmo Championship has been launched to find the Teesside restaurant whose parmo is ‘Simply the Bech!'
The latest phase of the move towards greener street lighting across Middlesbrough is under away.
A Middlesbrough beauty spot will receive certified village green status under a proposal made by Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston.
Residents in Middlesbrough are being reminded that fortnightly collections of green waste will be replaced with a monthly collection in October and November.
Career-minded young people in Middlesbrough have praised an apprenticeship scheme which has allowed them to go ahead on their chosen path.
Middlesbrough Council is recruiting for new Street Wardens to join its dynamic frontline team and help strengthen communities across the town.
A nuisance who refused to accept help while also being involved in dozens of incidents of crime has been banned from Middlesbrough town centre.
Love a parmo? You're in luck! An opportunity has opened up for a Teessider to become a judge in the 2019 World Parmo Championships.
Works to construct a major highway improvement scheme at the A66/A171 Cargo Fleet Junction in Middlesbrough are due to start next week.
A business owner who flytipped a plasma TV in the middle of a busy Middlesbrough marketplace covered by CCTV has been hit with a bill of more than £2,000.
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