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Raise Bakery and Cafe, in Cleveland, has rescheduled a grand opening for Tuesday, Nov. 19. This new bakery specializes in healthful dining and baked goods, including but not limited to gluten-free, … more
The general public is invited to the Adoration Hospice offices at 2765 Executive Park Drive N.W. on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m. for an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Adoration … more
Weichert( Affiliated Offices in Cleveland has announced the addition of new team members.These new members include:— Kerry Payne, and Sherry Chalkley join a dedicated team of knowledgeable agents … more
A PHOTO of a rickshaw, an inexpensive and favored form of public transportation, was taken by Jack Morris on his recent trip to Lahore, Pakistan. Photo courtesy of Jack and Mary-Margaret Morris. more
LOIS MYERS provided this photo of an alligator getting a good petting. She also shared the photo of the catafalque that carried Jefferson Davis’ body. It is located at the library in Biloxi, Miss. more
RICK CREASY shared some photos of a recent trip to Machu Picchu in Peru. The community was built in the mid 1400s by the Incas and rediscovered by Hiram Bingham, an archeologist from Yale University, … more
“This is in the Great Smoky Mountains at the Chimneys Picnic Area. It was really pretty,” noted Martha Calfee. more
Tennessee is leading the way in cracking down on the use of vaping products in its schools, an effort that originated in the Bradley County School system.The campaign has resulted in legislation … more
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As many as 20 local residents turned out last Sunday for the placement of flags on gravesites in the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery at Fort Hill, a prelude to the annual Veterans Day ceremony at … more
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