Latest news stories from Middlesbrough Council
A brazen fly-tipper who offered a waste disposal service to residential customers online has been hit with a court fine.
“Bring it on!” was the message from the local community as the first images of a new purpose built community centre and sporting hub in east Middlesbrough were unveiled.
Bust those bills – that’s the message at a special event this week aimed at cutting household bills.
Work is under way to ensure a key area of Middlesbrough, the Linthorpe Conservation Area, retains its historic character.
Vandals are being hunted after a knife attack on around 20 trees took place in a popular Middlesbrough park.
The FA Cup fourth round games between Middlesbrough and Newport (christened the 'Transporter Derby') proved to have a positive outcome for building bridges between the two areas.
This year's panto at Middlesbrough Theatre, Sleeping Beauty, will star Anne Hegerty (The Governess from ITV’s The Chase) and Philip Green (Britain’s Got Talent).
Pupils at a Middlesbrough school have become the first in the country to be recognised for promoting positive mental health among their fellow students.
Middlesbrough's Centre Square fountain has this week been running green to raise awareness of sexual abuse and sexual violence.
The latest investment works have begun to transform Middlesbrough’s Newham Grange Farm into a regional visitor attraction.
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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