Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Invaluable advice is being provided to parents and carers to help reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in babies and toddlers.
A Middlesbrough pensioner left distraught after losing a letter from the Queen has been reunited with the correspondence thanks to Cllr. Alma Hellaoui.
A portrait of a renowned former Mayor of Middlesbrough is now proudly on display in the nation’s Science Museum.
Building works at Newham Grange Farm continue apace with the transformation of the site expected to be completed within four weeks.
Middlesbrough communities will be empowered to take control of their futures through an ambitious “social regeneration” programme.
Drivers are being urged to stick to the speed limit after it was revealed that a fifth of all road deaths in the region involved a speeding driver.
Upgrades to part of the pedestrianised section of Linthorpe Road are the latest phase of major regeneration taking place across the city centre.
A community's long-held concerns over drivers making a dangerous and illegal right-turn could be resolved under new proposals.
The vision for the next phase of Middlesbrough’s cutting edge digital sector is unveiled this month.
Middlesbrough Council’s plans to build homes for the first time in a generation have taken a major step forward with the creation of a new housing company.
Thirteen is working with partners and the local community on a project to grow food and create a better environment for the people of Middlesbrough.
A community-backed local CCTV scheme has helped land a brazen fly-tipper with a hefty court fine and criminal record.
Secondary school places in Middlesbrough have been found to meet a significant shortfall for September.
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