Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A private hire driver has been fined by the courts for refusing a passenger, who is blind, because they had a guide dog.
There’s more to the Boro food scene than the humble parmo…
Middlesbrough’s thriving food scene is drawing rave reviews.
Over the course of a lifetime it is estimated sanitary products cost more than £5,000 with women spending around £13 every month and despite being essential.
Middlesbrough's thriving small business community is being supported and encouraged with two new business rates schemes.
A student council met with Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd to discuss democracy and leadership.
The inspirational words of Voice of the Boro Ali Brownlee have been immortalised on the approach to the Riverside Stadium.
Put some sparkle into your Christmas preparations with a festive jewellery making course at Grove Hill Community Hub.
The transformation of Marton Hall’s former Victorian stable block into a 21st century learning centre is being celebrated with the official opening today.
51% of people in the North East think the reliability of the gas and electricity networks means they don’t have to prepare for winter as much as they used to.
A Middlesbrough school is pledging to continue improving following a challenging Ofsted report.
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A “massive opportunity” to do business at the heart of Middlesbrough’s growing central leisure destination has opened up.
A local sports and leisure operator is celebrating after its commitment to swimming was recognised with a prestigious industry award.
'Together we can put an end to the misery caused by domestic abuse' is the message from a special event taking place in Middlesbrough.