Firstsource - the latest tenants in one of the region's most ambitious regeneration projects - will expand its presence and strengthen its commitment to Middlesbrough, ultimately creating over 100 new jobs. The leading business process management services firm will take three floors of the striking One Centre Square building.
Even a global pandemic has failed to stop Middlesbrough's unsung heroes getting the big thank you from their town they truly deserve. A virtual Civic Awards 2020 has been held, with awards being hand-delivered - with social distancing in place - to the winners and a video announcing the results filmed.
People in Middlesbrough are invited to remember those who gave their lives to defend our democratic freedoms and way of life in an online Book of Remembrance. The web page has been created due to this year's Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service being unable to be held due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents are being urged to choose the schools they would prefer their children to attend before the cut-off point. The national deadline for parents - including those in Middlesbrough - to return their Secondary School Preference forms is Saturday, October 31.
A rapidly expanding global technology company is set to move into Grade A office space in Middlesbrough's Centre Square. Causeway, which creates technological solutions to transform commercial performance in construction, are to occupy the top floor of One Centre Square.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is urging people to help keep everyone safe by attending hospital appointments on their own wherever possible. As coronavirus admissions continue to rise, the trust is trying to keep the number of people on its hospital and healthcare sites to a minimum.
Middlesbrough Council hopes to be a “force for social good” by helping to feed children who qualify for free school meals next week. October half-term comes at a challenging time for many families with the Covid crisis leaving more people out of work or working fewer hours.
This September though was a return to the classroom like no other. The Covid-19 challenge has put new demands on everyone. And although bubbles and new rules are now part and parcel of the daily routine, inspirational learning is continuing as children are prepared for their future.
The world has changed - but Remembrance is just as important as ever. That's the message from Middlesbrough's Armed Forces Champions as they prepare for this year's commemorations. Councillors Ron Arundale and Barrie Cooper are urging local residents to mark Remembrance at Home.