Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Middlesbrough Theatre has lined up another sparkling show this Christmas to add even more glitz and fizz to the festive season.
Stagecoach North East is reminding its customers under 19 in Teesside and Hartlepool to renew their VIP ID card, which enables discounted travel in the Tees Valley.
A Middlesbrough library and community hub has been officially reopened following major improvement works.
New members are wanted for a group which aims to develop friendships and cultural Anglo-German relations between Middlesbrough and Oberhausen.
A Middlesbrough shop caught selling illicit and unsafe tobacco by Trading Standards officers has led to two men being brought before the courts.
Middlesbrough Council Environmental Health Officers are urging food premises in the town to take up their offer of support and advice to help them to run their business and meet legal requirements.
Youngsters, families and seniors put their best foot forward and conquered the fourteenth Tees Pride 10k.
A rising star of vintage blues is bound for the newly restored historic Courtroom at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
The team driving forward Middlesbrough’s vibrant and burgeoning cultural scene has welcomed three key new members.
Artists tipped for some of the music industry’s most prestigious awards will be wowing audiences in Middlesbrough next month.
Motorists are being warned of expected delays on the A66 today (Friday, September 21) due to work to fix an overhead sign that has come loose in the high winds.
A drama group that has been changing lives for a decade has been recognised for its work.
Middlesbrough's revamped Newham Grange Farm saw August visitor numbers more than double from last year as improvements continue to be made.
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