Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Parkrunners embarked on their own voyage of discovery to mark 250 years since Captain James Cook set sail on board the Endeavour.
“It’s a great way to keep in shape and socialise, and these local sessions might just unearth the next great champion."
The 32 fund-raising ramblers will be tackling the Gallon Walk from Goathland to Egton on Saturday (September 1) – and all sponsorship is welcome.
The event is taking place at Middlesbrough Sports Village, on Alan Peacock Way, from 10am-4pm on Friday, August 31 and is aimed at those aged 0-25.
The call is a reminder that all businesses have a legal responsibility to safely contain and legally dispose of any waste they produce.
Families in Middlesbrough who wish to apply for 30 hours of free childcare a week for their three- or four-year-old will need to do so by this Friday, August 31.
The ever-popular Middlesbrough Town Meal is just around the corner – and everyone’s invited to take part or tuck in.
Middlesbrough's newly revamped Newham Grange Farm will play host to an end of summer Alice in Wonderland weekend event.
Middlesbrough mayor Dave Budd has signed his name into a landmark project which signifies the start of its steel production.
Latest Cleveland Fire Brigade figures show house fires continuing to drop and the number of call-
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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