Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
The Middlesbrough Reads campaign is looking for dedicated members of the community to become Literacy Champions and support the literacy skills of the people around you.
Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston has announced support for a programme to stop children going hungry through the school holidays.
The Multi Germany Oberhausen Exchange Programme is hosting an event from Sunday, August 4 to Monday, August 19 and is looking to get more Teessiders involved.
A speed survey is to be carried out on a busy Middlesbrough estate road. The checks will establish whether further action is needed on Grassington Road in Beechwood.
There's fun for all the family in store this weekend at the Trinity Centre with the Great Get Together, a chance for the whole community to celebrate all we have in common.
A Middlesbrough care home has been praised for combining high quality nursing practices with state-of-the-art technology.
One of the government's top scientific advisors visited Middlesbrough to understand the local public health challenges and how research can help address them.
An amazing alley makeover has added a splash of spring colour to a local community, and are afoot to give other alleyways and neighbourhoods a similar revamp.
Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on new measures to crack down on crime and anti-social behaviour.
Middlesbrough's 'urban living' plans are to be kick-started with the building of nearly 200 new homes on the Gresham development site.
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.
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