Hartlepool Borough Council Latest news
Updated: 18 min 21 sec ago
Action has been taken to seal off a flat in Hartlepool after complaints from the community about anti-social behaviour and drugs activity.
Families in Hartlepool don’t want to miss a week of frightful fun at Summerhill this half term.
The following Hartlepool Council meetings are scheduled for November. All the meetings will be held in the Civic Centre unless otherwise stated.
Parents in Hartlepool are reminded about an action-packed week of hair-raising Halloween fun for children at Oscars during the October half term break.
Horror fans are in for a treat this Halloween when gothic horror theatre production The Devil’s Bride comes to Hartlepool next week.
An appeal has been issued for volunteers to get involved in a project to record the buildings of one of Hartlepool's most historic areas.
STEM subjects are being brought to life for young people in Hartlepool through a series of exciting industry-led practical sessions.
Companies and organisations in Hartlepool are being invited to a free event to find out more about public sector contract opportunities.
A fresh appeal is being made for people in the Tees Valley to consider adoption to help transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable children in the area.
A multi-agency "Day of Action" centring on flats in Hartlepool aims to tackle a wide range of crime, anti-social behaviour and environmental issues.
New and expectant mothers are being urged to complete a short survey to help shape the future of maternity services in the town.
A moving play titled A Frog Called Woânda, which aims to help children understand about love, loss and friendship, is coming to Hartlepool Town Hall Theatre on Sunday 21 October at 2.30pm.
Victims of hate crime in Hartlepool are being urged to come forward and not suffer in silence.
Today’s (Thursday 11 October) by-election for the vacant Hart Ward seat on Hartlepool Borough Council saw James Brewer (Independent) elected as a borough Councillor.
With Halloween fast approaching, there’s a spooky theme to some of the activities which Hartlepool’s libraries and community hubs have lined up to keep youngsters happy over the half term holidays.
Newly-introduced laws may have significant implications for people who breed dogs or offer boarding facilities for cats and dogs, say Hartlepool Borough Council licensing chiefs.
The Ceremonial Mayor of Hartlepool Councillor Allan Barclay is inviting people to join him for a special dinner to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the 1918 Armistice.
A day of outdoor excitement awaits children signing up for Carlton Adventure's half-term holiday programme.
An annual multi-agency initiative that teaches children in Hartlepool how to stay safe is underway for the 23rd time.
Community safety officials are urging people to help them enforce a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) imposed on a Hartlepool woman as a result of her anti-social behaviour.