Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A nuisance who refused to accept help while also being involved in dozens of incidents of crime has been banned from Middlesbrough town centre.
There's a new environment cop in town and he wants everyone to join his plastic police force.
A transport plan outlining the priorities and proposals for the future of travel in Tees Valley has been launched by the Combined Authority.
Middlesbrough's 'urban living' plans are to be kick-started with the building of nearly 200 new homes on the Gresham development site.
Plans have been drawn up for an exciting new railway station to revitalise Teesside's transport links.
A major initiative to combat ruthless loan sharks has been officially launched by Middlesbrough Mayors old and new.
The leaders of Middlesbrough Council are demanding much tougher measures to make bad behaviour by elected councillors more seriously punishable.
The exhibition takes inspiration from the museum's opening 115 years ago when most of the galleries were dedicated to Natural History.
Extra powers to fight anti-social behaviour in Middlesbrough are now being officially put to the town's residents.
Middlesbrough's much-loved parks and green spaces have been recognised yet again as among the best in the land.
Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston will lay the first poppy on the Field of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Linthorpe Road on Thursday, November 7.
Love a parmo? You're in luck! An opportunity has opened up for a Teessider to become a judge in the 2019 World Parmo Championships.
Works to construct a major highway improvement scheme at the A66/A171 Cargo Fleet Junction in Middlesbrough are due to start next week.
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