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A 17 year old youth has been charged after an articulated fair lorry smashed into a cottage in Stokesley;

Record numbers of visitors flocked to this year’s National Festival of Thrift at Kirkleatham, near Redcar;

...and the cast for the North-east’s scariest attraction Scream Factory has been chosen.

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A unique charity set up to inspire young people’s career choices and showcase opportunities in maritime-related careers has celebrated five successful years helping close to 6,000 young people in Teesside;

The 6th Tees Valley Skills Event, which was held at Teesside University was bigger than ever with a significant number of employers and learning providers showcasing a wealth of opportunities for young people seeking careers advice and guidance in the region;

...and anyone looking to test their running skills have a few days left to submit their entry to join more than 1000 others at the Redcar Half Marathon, with an events village set to provide a host of fun events for spectators.

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Police have thanked the public for their help after they issued an appeal to find a vulnerable elderly woman yesterday;

Redcar and Cleveland residents with Learning disabilities or Autism have been assisted into work thanks to the support of the Employment Development team;

...and the festival of thrift is taking place this weekend.

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Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after three garages were broken into and another one was victim to an attempted burglary in the Coulby Newham area of Middlesbrough;

Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash in Normanby;

...and a piece of history that was given to Middlesbrough four decades ago has been loaned back to the donors for their annual conference.

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Emergency services were called to assist after a car overturned at busy junction near to Saltburn;

Redcar MP Anna Turley has called for more support for families of ex-steelworkers and contractors still struggling;

...rail passengers are set to face more disruption on Northern rail services after two more days of industrial action have been announced.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a motorbike and a car in Eston;

Police have seized drugs, growing equipment, cash and weapons over the summer after officers as part of Operation Steel Blue;

...and two Middlesbrough brothers have raised over £8,000 for the British Heart Foundation in support of their Dad, Anthony, who had been living with congestive heart failure for the last two years.

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Police have made an appeal for information after woman was assaulted in Marske;

An investigation has begun after a man was hit over the head and robbed in Middlesbrough;

...and a Redcar-based business has received a boost from Retail Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis.

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Police are renewing their appeal for further potential witnesses to a fatal collision in Guisborough;

Police are continuing to appeal to trace a missing man from Redcar;

...and cancer survivors from our area will be taking part in a lap of honour to mark the start of Middlesbrough's Relay for Life today.

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A Hemlington man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison after injuring a police officer who attempted to stop his vehicle from fleeing from a Coulby Newham car park;

Police are asking for the publics help to trace a missing man from Redcar;

...the Redcar lifeboats were called into operation yesterday following a report of a man in distress on Huntcliffe at Saltburn.

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Police are appealing for information after a 49-year-old delivery driver was robbed and his van stolen as he delivered parcels on Saxon Close in North Ormesby;

Vandals have broken into the grounds of a Redcar primary school and destroyed a greenhouse that was the pride of the school;

...and residents in Ormesby turned out at the Centurion pub and checked their heart health thanks to the council’s Healthy Heart Check campaign.

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