Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Middlesbrough Council’s plans to build homes for the first time in a generation have taken a major step forward with the creation of a new housing company.
Middlesbrough Council is supporting Bath Book Bed, a national campaign from BookTrust, which puts stories firmly at the centre of a good night’s sleep.
Two of Teesside’s top college leaders swapped with students to spend the day as apprentices.
Middlesbrough Theatre’s seasonal panto Dick Whittington has been nominated for a series of national awards – oh yes it has!
Candidates in this year’s local elections are being invited to a special briefing session next week.
Visitors to Albert Park may notice a change in the colour of the lake. A blue dye has been added to the water which is designed to prevent the growth of weeds.
Secondary school places have not been found for more than 100 pupils due to unprecedented demand in Middlesbrough.
International Women’s Day will be marked with a special event at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Thursday, March 7.
Preservation works to restore a piece of local Middlesbrough heritage have now been completed.
Students at Middlesbrough’s Macmillan Academy have been getting to know more about careers in the creative sector from a specialist BBC team.
Ten public pay & display car parks operated by Middlesbrough Council have received prestigious Park Mark awards for the twelfth consecutive year.
Thirteen is working with partners and the local community on a project to grow food and create a better environment for the people of Middlesbrough.
A community-backed local CCTV scheme has helped land a brazen fly-tipper with a hefty court fine and criminal record.
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