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THE CLEVELAND/BRADLEY COUNTY Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting at the location of a new business on North Lee Highway. Chamber Ambassadors, and city leaders attended the ceremony for … more
Recently, Travis D. Henry and Bryson M. Kirksey of Burns, Henry & Kirksey, P.C. dedicated their office building at 175 Spring St. to honor their late law partner, Charles B. "Charlie" Burns Jr., … more
TERI-ELLIOTT-BOYD, vice president and branch manager for Regions Bank, is praising her team this holiday season for donating monthly to raise money in order to sponsor children off the Angel Tree. … more
Friday and Saturday were happy occasions for the volunteers helping the William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund. more
Two Cleveland Police Department officers have been promoted to lead the newly instituted Crime Suppression Unit, according to CPD public information officer Sgt. Evie West.The officers are Lt. Matt … more
The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment officials recently honored Cleveland Housing Authority with the 2018 Award of Merit in Program Innovation – Project Design for the Samuel … more
Members of Cleveland High School’s Renaissance Show Choir gave a spirited Christmas music performance at the Rotary Club of Cleveland’s weekly luncheon held Tuesday at the Museum Center.It was a … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office held its 2018 Officer of the Year Awards Friday at the sheriff’s office.The event was preceded by a Christmas luncheon that was attended by BCSO employees and … more
Students with the National Honor Society chapter at Bradley Central High School are planning a special Christmas party for children. “Let’s BOOK It: Reading with Santa” is scheduled for … more
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