A Referendum was held on Thursday 4th October 2018.
Two senior Hartlepool councillors have been shortlisted for national awards.
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has opened a public consultation on its draft recommendations for new electoral arrangements for Hartlepool Borough Council.
A spectacular new outdoor theatre production marking 100 years since the first British women were given the right to vote is coming to Hartlepool.
Hartlepool Borough Council is starting work later this week on a pilot project aimed at tackling flooding issues in the town’s Stranton Cemetery.
A number of GP practices across Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees are now offering online consultations to patients as part of a national £45 million investment by the NHS into new consultation types.
Hartlepool Borough Council is participating in an exercise to promote the proper spending of public money.
Cleveland Fire Brigade’s annual Stay Safe and Warm campaign starts today (Oct 1) for the tenth year in a row.
Stoptober is back and smokers in Hartlepool are being encouraged to give quitting another go – even if they’ve tried before.
Hartlepool youngsters and adults wanting to train for or find a job are invited to make a date for a careers fair in the town.
There’s a big treat in store for poetry and comedy fans alike when the famously eccentric and very funny John Hegley drops into Hartlepool for two very special events as part of his national tour.
Over 300 competitors will line up for Sunday's Hartlepool Big Lime Triathlon, many of them competing to raise money for charities or causes close to their heart.
Businesses are being invited to feed their views into a refresh of Hartlepool's Economic Growth and Regeneration Strategy.
A special event is to be held in Hartlepool to enable residents to raise crime and community safety issues.
A new initiative that aims to help overweight and obese men get fit by playing football is to be launched in Hartlepool.
Children from primary schools in Hartlepool are learning about the First World War as they prepare to take part in a gala of youth remembrance to mark the hundredth anniversary of the 1918 armistice.
Residents will be able to raise issues of concern and ask questions at two community forums in Hartlepool tomorrow.
Council officials in Hartlepool are backing a Food Standards Agency (FSA) campaign that aims to help protect young people with food allergies.
A new initiative has been launched by Hartlepool Borough Council to encourage staff to play a leading role in helping to make the town a cleaner and more attractive place.
A new housing development has been hailed as a massive boost for the town.