Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd has welcomed Teesside University’s major £300m proposals as central to the town’s wider investment and regeneration plans.
A Middlesbrough restaurant has been ordered to close over serious risks caused by pest infestation and poor standards of cleanliness.
Places are still available on an introductory course for British Sign Language at two Community Hubs in Middlesbrough.
Everyone Eats – the forthcoming food and drink festival on Centre Square – has been rescheduled to take place on the weekend of October 14-15.
A key Middlesbrough youth project is celebrating after landing huge Lottery cash injection.
The Young Lions are set to go head to head with Scotland at the Riverside Stadium next month, in their third qualifier for the 2019 European Championship finals.
A North east charity is seeking new volunteers to help support families and children of prisoners at HMP Holme House and on Teesside.
Find out how coffee is made, sample artisan bread, get top fashion advice and shop after-hours at Marks and Spencer in the Hillstreet Shopping Centre.
Encaustic Theatre productions are heading to Middlesbrough Theatre with The Nightmare Room…a wicked contemporary thriller by John Goodrum.
An exhibition of Art and Crafts celebrating Teesside and its industrial heritage is due to go on display from mid-September at a top Middlesbrough gallery.
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