5:48 am, Tue 07 May 2013 Search for missing Teesside woman
Body found is missing Teesside woman
Carol Millman had been missing for 2 days before her body was found
Credit: Cleveland Police
A body pulled from the River Tees has been identified as 69 year old Carol Milman who had gone missing.
Police carried out extensive searches after her disappearance from her home in Eaglescliffe on Saturday 4th May.
They are not treating her death as suspicious.
2:33 pm, Sun 05 May 2013 Search for missing Teesside woman
Mountain rescue helping with search for missing Teesside woman
Cleveland Mountain Rescue are helping to search for missing Carol Millman
Cleveland Mountain Rescue have been called in to help search for a missing woman from Teesside.
Carol Millman, 69, was last seen at her home in Eaglescliffe on Saturday night.
Cleveland Mountain Rescue search for missing Carol Millman in Eaglescliffe
3:00 pm, Wed 23 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Fire was started on purpose
A fire that ripped through a row of shops was started on purpose, police and fire services said today.
The fire happened on Saturday May 19, in a row of shops in Eaglescliffe, known locally as Orchard Shops. causing extensive damage.
Cleveland Fire Brigade and the Police would like anyone with any information to come forward with any information.
"We are asking people to come forward with any information to this devastating fire; we cannot accept that lives are affected by such malicious acts and the sooner we receive information the better"
– Tony Churchill, District Manager for Stockton, Cleveland Fire and Rescue
5:13 pm, Tue 22 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Council to help businesses damaged by fire
Fire guts shops at weekend
Stockton Council has offered to help businesses in Eaglescliffe which were gutted by fire at the weekend. A row of shops - including a laundrette and a take-away - were destroyed in the blaze on Durham Lane in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Fire guts shops at weekend
The Sainsburys store at the end of the precint re-opened today (Tuesday), though the future of the damaged shops remains unclear.
1:02 pm, Sun 20 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Fire started in Pizza shop
Fire fighters have confirmed the fire which destroyed a row of shops on Teesside yesterday started in a Pizza shop.
The blaze broke out in Figaro Pizza shop on Durham Lane shortly after the take away closed at 1am on Saturday morning.
An investigation is still trying to determine what caused the fire, which spread quickly to neighbouring shops.
Five businesses were completely destroyed and several others were severely damaged by the smoke.
1:03 pm, Sat 19 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Fire investigation underway
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of a large fire on Teesside.
Five shops have been destroyed in the blaze at Eaglescliffe, which broke out at around 1am this morning. Police say they believe it started at the pizza shop.
Durham Lane is now expected to remain closed until after 2pm.
Local resident, Francesca Fox said it was like "watching people's livelihoods go up in smoke".
12:00 pm, Sat 19 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Teesside fire in pictures
A fire has destroyed five shops on Durham Lane in Eaglescliffe, Teesside.
The blaze is now under control but the road is expected to remain closed until around 1pm.
Durham Lane remains closed
Five shops have been destroyed in the fire
The blaze started at around 1pm
Flats above a nearby supermarket store were evacuated
11:34 am, Sat 19 May 2012 Fire destroys shops on Teesside
Fire has gutted five shops in Durham Lane, Eaglescliffe
A large fire which has destroyed five shops on Teesside is now under control.
More than 40 firefighters were called to the blaze on Durham Lane, Eaglescliffe at just after 1am this morning.
Five shops including three takeaways, a hairdressers, and a bookmakers were engulfed in the fire.
There had been fears that it could reach a nearby supermarket, and flats above the Sainbury's store were evacuated. However the fire is now under control.
Durham Lane is expected to remain closed until around 1pm as a result.
The blaze started at around 1am this morning