Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
There's an open invitation to the local community this week to help Middlesbrough Town Hall get set for the festive season.
Groups across Teesside are being invited to apply for funding to help prevent suicide in men.
Unscrupulous loan sharks are being targeted as part of a national campaign aimed at clamping down on illegal money lenders.
Children's centres, libraries and The National Literacy Trust's are supporting Bath Book Bed, a campaign which puts stories firmly at the centre of a good night's sleep.
Santa is looking forward to dropping into the Viewley Hill Shopping Centre in Hemlington this Saturday.
Transforming the lives of vulnerable children and families has been the focus of a week of events in Middlesbrough.
A Teesside University academic has teamed up with a local public health team to write a powerful new play, warning young people about the dangers of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service will benefit to the tune of £5,000 thanks to an innovative recycling scheme run by Teesside Crematorium.
Middlesbrough's young people are leading the way in the campaign to help people living with dementia thanks to a record-breaking effort.
The owner of a Middlesbrough butchers has been hit with court fines and costs of over £2,000 after breaching food hygiene rules.
The owner of Middlesbrough pub, the Springfield Hotel, has been fined for letting customers smoke on his premises.
A dealer in illegal and counterfeit cigarettes has been fined as part of an ongoing crackdown on the dangerous trade in Middlesbrough.
Middlesbrough Bus Station has scored a hat-trick by winning a national award for keeping passengers safe for the third year in a row.
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