Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
Works to construct a major highway improvement scheme at the A66/A171 Cargo Fleet Junction in Middlesbrough are due to start next week.
A reminder is being issued to Middlesbrough residents that green waste collections will soon be ending until the spring.
A degenerate drugs den which left neighbours "scared stiff" due to fighting in the street, drunkenness and windows being smashed has been shut down.
A £250million project to establish Middlesbrough as the UK’s digital city has been unveiled today.
Magical Middlesbrough has secured a major Christmas coup with "Walking with The Snowman" trail coming to the north-east for the very first time.
An innovative recycling scheme supported by bereaved families has given a boost to the Dementia Friendly Middlesbrough project.
Services for children with special needs in Middlesbrough have been given the all-clear following an Ofsted inspection.
Residents in Middlesbrough are being reminded that fortnightly collections of green waste will be replaced with a monthly collection in October and November.
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.
A brand new festive stage show is heading to Newham Grange Farm from this Sunday, December 8.
Middlesbrough shoppers are urged to buy local this Saturday as part of an annual event to promote independent businesses.
Orange Pip is back on Saturday, December 21, in Middlesbrough Town Hall and promises to be overflowing with festive food, fun and entertainment.
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