Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Middlesbrough's amazing array of attractions are being promoted for a sizzling Summer of Fun.
Big-hearted fundraisers from Middlesbrough's fostering community are hitting the road in a good cause at the weekend.
A powerful new campaign is spreading the message that forced marriage and ‘honour-based' violence
Wear Red for Roary Week is MFC Foundation's annual week of action to raise awareness of the work the Foundation does across Teesside.
A conference for care workers is not usually an event for horse play, but that was exactly what delegates got at an event at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium.
Women across the Tees Valley are invited to get cycling this summer as part of a new campaign from local transport project Let's Go Tees Valley.
The work of a design giant is firmly in the spotlight in Middlesbrough over the coming weekend.
'Breast cancer diagnoses must return to James Cook' was the message after health chiefs promised to look again at diagnostic arrangements on Teesside.
Underpants and floor lamps - just some of the unusual items already cleared from Middlesbrough's streets by a newly formed litter picking group.
Middlesbrough libraries are calling for children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge 2019.
Plans have been drawn up for an exciting new railway station to revitalise Teesside's transport links.
Boro Angels are taking a key Middlesbrough community under their wing. Already a huge success in central Middlesbrough, the Angels have now arrived in North Ormesby.
A taxi driver has been hit with a hefty court fine for picking up a fare illegally, but Magistrates allowed Najabat Ramzan to keep his licence despite racking up 13 points.
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