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Lee Stewart, East Tennessee Market regional president for Southern Heritage Bank, a division of First Citizens National Bank, recently named Craig Miller as Financial Center president for the … more
Copper Basin Medical Center will hold a two-day sale of its supplies Thursday and Friday.Public sale hours are scheduled for Friday, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., and Saturday, from 9 a.m. until … more
Stephanie Taylor will be the speaker for the His Hands Extended Devotional at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., on Wednesday at 7 a.m. ——— Community Chapel Church of God, 1807 Blythe Ave., … more
Bradley County Road Department has closed Benton Pike between Lower Chestuee Road and Old Johnson Road for repairs to Climer Creek Bridge. Please follow detour signs which are posted. Closure … more
Cleveland's Adjustments and Appeals Board met in a called session Wednesday, in order to act on an administrative matter.There were no issues on the agenda, but planning and inspection officials … more
Kevin Johnson, a native of Cleveland, has announced the opening of his Farmers Insurance and Financial Services Agency. Kevin is the former second-generation owner of Johnson Brothers Cabinet … more
WYNN is a beautiful adult female brindle Chihuahua mix available now for adoption. She would love to be a part of your forever family. Esme is a … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn Wednesday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 2-5-9, Lucky Sum: 16 Cash 3 Midday: 1-2-8, Lucky Sum: 11 Cash 3 Morning: 6-7-1, Lucky Sum: 14 Cash 4 Evening: … more
Poodle skirts, a scrub board,  a rotary telephone, and a carhop all showed up at Mayfield Elementary Schools' '50s Celebration last week ... and then a sock hop broke out.The school's five … more
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