Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
More than 150 people enjoyed celebrating the success and achievements of Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind’s volunteers, service users and staff.
Cleveland Fire Brigade’s annual winter Stay Safe and Warm campaign has received a national accolade and a £10,000 cash boost.
A North East charity is inviting friends and families of prisoners in north east prisons to come along to an event in March.
The Cleveland Road Safety Partnership would like to remind all cyclists of the rules set out in the Highway Code including equipment, clothing, the use of lanes and crossings.
A new monthly Dementia Café is being launched at Easterside Community Hub in Middlesbrough (starting February 9).
A celebration of all things Harry Potter will take place at Middlesbrough Central Library this coming Thursday (February 1).
Julie Gordon moved to New Zealand in 2003, but always looks forward to visits home and a treasured view of the Transporter Bridge high above the Tees.
Middlesbrough Theatre has lined up more musical treats this spring such as Signed, Sealed, Delivered, and Islands in the Stream.
A special exhibition is allowing Year 3 and 4 students from Sacred Heart RC Primary to show off their creativity.
The NHS is warning residents with long term conditions, like asthma and heart disease, of the added risk to their health from winter weather warnings.
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Agencies in Middlesbrough have showed their support for a campaign which aims to drive illegal money lenders out of the town.
A community art project that will become a centrepiece at a popular nature reserve has stepped up a notch following a creative workshop.
Selfish drivers creating parking chaos on a Middlesbrough estate are being warned they face hefty fines if they continue to flout the rules.