We looked inside some of the tweets by @BBCTees and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The disgraced former chief executive of Teesside's Butterwick Hospice will have to pay back thousands of pounds to his former employer. Graham Leggatt Chidgey will have to pay the Hospice over £140,000 after a proceeds of crime hearing at a hearing at Teesside Crown Court today.
An imminent threat to steel jobs in Teesside, East Cleveland and Darlington has been lifted. British Steel wanted a £75m Government loan: it's believed that hasn't been forthcoming, but lenders have pumped in cash that will allow it to operate while a long term solution is found.
More from @Boro chairman Steve Gibson: "He has ensured that the club is stable and strong for the future. He leaves us in excellent condition. I’m sorry to see Tony leave but our friendship will remain. Tony and his family will always be welcome at Middlesbrough FC."
More from @Boro chairman Steve Gibson: "Over the past 18 months Tony has been proactive, not only in the ambition to win matches and promotion to the Premier League, but also in addressing our financial position in order to comply & respect the Championship Fair Play criteria."