Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A vulnerable Middlesbrough resident forced out of his home and onto the streets by his own family has been rescued from misery by the town's caring Street Wardens.
Ageing Better Middlesbrough is launching its winter loneliness campaign to support people aged 50 and over who live in Middlesbrough and feel lonely and isolated during the winter months
Middlesbrough Council is looking to acquire key commercial and retail property as part of a drive to boost the town centre.
A proposal to bring back to life Middlesbrough's iconic Centre North East - one of the tallest buildings in the North-east - has been announced today.
Andy McDonald has been re-elected as Member of Parliament for Middlesbrough with a majority of 8,395.
Parents and carers are urged to be ready for a legal change that may affect their child’s journey to school.
A team who help Middlesbrough's older, disabled or vulnerable residents live more independently in their own homes have been recognised for their work.
Meet the motivators - the team of three hitting the roads on their mission to make Middlesbrough a healthier and happier place.
A £250million project to establish Middlesbrough as the UK’s digital city has been unveiled today.
The parmo is set to have a book dedicated to the story of its rise from a little-known regional delicacy to a national culinary phenomenon.
Drug dealing and yobbery have been targeted in the latest phase of a major Middlesbrough-wide crackdown.
A group to support bereaved young people is launching/launched at The Live Well Centre in Middlesbrough on Thursday (January 16).
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