Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
'Together we can put an end to the misery caused by domestic abuse' is the message from a special event taking place in Middlesbrough.
This year’s Magical Middlesbrough Christmas lights switch-on, sponsored by the Cleveland Centre, will see Santa joined by Boro stars.
Thousands of people across the north east have benefited from a pioneering national Stagecoach scheme which provides jobseekers with discounted bus travel.
Cleveland Fire Brigade is urging drivers to reduce their speed during this year’s Road Safety Week which takes place 20 – 26 November.
A victim of suspected human trafficking has been rescued during an operation to prevent crime and disorder in a Middlesbrough community.
Upcoming events in Middlesbrough including bingo, Christmas parties and the chance to attend a Dementia Friends session.
Anyone over the age of 50 is invited for free hot drinks, board games and friendship at the launch of a new Café Meet Up in Turtle Bay next Thursday (23 November).
The owner of a Middlesbrough takeaway will have to fork up more than £2,500 after appearing in court for food safety and hygiene charges.
A skilled squad of Middlesbrough Council officers took home silver medals from the Olympics of the North East local authority world.
A key Middlesbrough parking facility is extending its opening hours into the evening to support the burgeoning night time economy.
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Middlesbrough residents are being advised their bin collections will take place one day late during Christmas week.
Middlesbrough Council is considering proposals to leave its current headquarters and create a new city centre base.
Progress on a key regeneration initiative will be considered by Middlesbrough Council next week.