Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Cleveland Fire Brigade is looking to recruit wholetime firefighters next month to start in July 2019.
A vandal who attacked a tree in central Middlesbrough with a chainsaw has been hit with a hefty compensation bill.
The fight against period poverty is being taken on at Middlesbrough Bus Station where the Red Box Project has been welcomed.
There’s a ‘souper’ healthy treat in store for youngsters at primary schools across Middlesbrough.
New cameras have been installed in a major boost to CCTV coverage in a key area of Middlesbrough.
Cutting edge tech companies are flocking to the Enterprise Zone at the heart of Middlesbrough’s historic quarter.
Prevention work by Cleveland Fire Brigade continues to pay dividends as the number of emergency incidents continues to go down.
Smokers are being encouraged to quit this No Smoking Day (March 13) to feel the benefits of better health and to reduce the risk of 16 types of cancer.
Middlesbrough Mayor Dave Budd has been honoured for his “commitment, passion and tireless work for the arts”.
Air pollution levels across Middlesbrough sites have been found to be within national guidelines.
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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