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A baking extravaganza was the latest event to celebrate the re-opening of Middlesbrough Town Hall after its £7.7 million Heritage Lottery Fund-supported makeover.
The Boro 24 Hour shop on Linthorpe Road had a reputation for under-age sales with gangs of youths often hanging around the premises.
Middlesbrough schoolchildren will be getting ready for a landmark performance with the help of a leading national singing group.
Footie fans looking for an outdoor venue for England’s first World Cup knock-out game are invited to Centre Square.
More than 2,500 runners from across Middlesbrough laced up their trainers and took part in one of the region’s most iconic road races on Saturday (1 July).
A survivor of the Piper Alpha disaster will launch his memoir of the tragic event at Middlesbrough’s Central Library this week.
Food lovers have a mouth-watering treat in store when the hugely popular Orange Pip Market returns in a new guise at the weekend.
The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum has dedicated its July events programme to the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook’s voyages on board the HM Bark Endeavour.
Middlesbrough’s consumer sector is one of the best performing in the UK according to an influential new report.
Fly-tippers are being warned that CCTV and extra enforcement is being introduced to a Middlesbrough site regularly blighted by strewn rubbish.
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A community campaign to prevent potential development on a parcel of land has succeeded, a leading councillor announced today.
A community's rich cultural history has been documented and displayed for today’s residents with a generous donation.
Middlesbrough's education leaders have joined forces to make a promise of a co-ordinated push to promote the joy and lifelong benefits of reading.