Gardeners in Nunthorpe are being urged to do their bit for Northumbria in Bloom, when the spring judging competition takes place on Monday, April 15.
A 30th anniversary celebration of the children’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is taking place at Middlesbrough libraries during the Easter holidays.
Host families are being sought for a summer youth exchange programme with Middlesbrough’s German twin.
With temperatures rising and the sun shining, Middlesbrough’s green waste collections get under way again later this month.
A new act at Middlesbrough’s revitalised Town Hall has a mouth-watering treat in store for visitors.
One of the region’s best-loved museums sets sail on a fresh voyage of discovery early next month.
A public consultation has been launched on proposals for a New Tees Crossing, to take pressure off the existing A19 Tees Viaduct.
Middlesbrough's Community Bank, offering a “real alternative” as a low cost lender, has been unveiled by Mayor Dave Budd.
Major £700k refurbishment works to transform St Hilda’s Chapel at Teesside Crematorium have now been completed.
The second site for new homes built by Middlesbrough Council’s housing company MHomes has been revealed.
Middlesbrough Town Hall has launched a scheme to offer free classical music concert tickets to local residents.
School children from across Middlesbrough looked to the future when they left a message for posterity at a key development site.
Tweets by MbroCouncil
If you experience a bug or would like to see an addition on the current page, feel free to leave us a message.