A team of strong Boro lads – and lasses – is needed to relaunch a Middlesbrough landmark in style following its spectacular £7.7m refurbishment.
The magical world of children’s books is being brought to life in a special exhibition at Middlesbrough’s Dorman Museum.
A campaign to help some of the most vulnerable people in Middlesbrough receive the support they need is being stepped up with the launch of a town-centre poster campaign.
Is there an aspect of life in Middlesbrough - such as issues regarding the environment, health, social care - that you would like Councillors to investigate?
A first aid course is available at Easterside Community Hub for people aged 19 and above who live in Middlesbrough.
The club at the Manor Hub in Coulby Newham hosts its first session in a number of years on Friday (May 4) from 6pm to 8pm.
A special exhibition celebrating the influences from the East that have helped shape modern Middlesbrough has opened at the Central Library.
The 2018 Middlesbrough Model Railway Club Exhibition will be steaming into town on Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 at Newport Settlement in St Paul’s Road.
Middlesbrough's cultural past and heritage will be explored through an outstanding programme of events, walks, tours and talks for Local History Month.
Thanks to Faithfully Ageing Better’s new series of events called GraveTalk, the often taboo subjects of death, dying, grief and funerals are being brought into the open.
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Tech Nation 2018 singles out Middlesbrough as being in the vanguard of the UK’s burgeoning digital and hi-tech economy.
Haetham Majid Taha, of Parliament Street, Stockton, admitted driving without motor insurance when he appeared before Teesside Magistrates on Tuesday, May 8.
The hard-working trio from the Levick Court residential care home have won national recognition for their ‘impeccable’ work.