Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Real Christmas trees can be put out next to your wheelie bin for collection on your next refuse collection day, week commencing 9 January 2017.
Nominations are now being sought for local heroes from across the area’s Black and Minority Ethnic communities.
A residential service in Middlesbrough supporting people with learning disabilities is on a mission to find staff who’ve played a part in their history.
Middlesbrough's Dorman Museum is hosting a striking photographic exhibition over the next three months.
A major new investment is set to improve tennis facilities in Middlesbrough under proposals to be considered next week.
Middlesbrough's Orange Pip Market has led to a town centre “business boom” worth an estimated £1m to the local economy.
Teesside's iron and steel heritage has been brought to a worldwide audience in a new Social History Blog post published this week.
One of the country’s leading orchestras is coming to Middlesbrough with a feast of music to banish the post-Christmas blues.
A project to help people learn new skills and get their gadgets and other electronic items fixed is back for more.
If utility bills are adding to the burden of Christmas, then a local charity may have just the thing to help.
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