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Electric Engineering Manager Jimmy Isom stepped in for Electric Division Vice President Bart Borden to provide a report in a recent session of the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities.The October … more
It was a special day in Cleveland when 14 children were officially placed with local families on National Adoption Day.There were 10 families who were involved in adopting the children, and … more
New Hope Pregnancy Care Center will host its volunteer information meeting tonight at 6:30 for those interested in learning more about volunteering. The event will take place at the center, located … more
More volunteers are needed to help students in the Tennessee Promise scholarship program navigate the process of enrolling in college. The organization which manages the state program … more
The victim of the home invasion and hostage situation last week spoke for the first time publicly about her fear during the incident at her Royal Oaks Subdivision residence.Virginia Evans Chism … more
Bradley Central High School class of 1968 — all 1960s classes — will have a reunion on Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m. at The Valley Barn, 3587 Eureka Road, Charleston. Bring covered-dish and 2-liter … more
Cleveland City Schools has been making good progress with its energy-saving efforts, and officials are hopeful a new contract with a private company will lead to more cost savings. Paul Ramsey, … more
Glenn W. Slaughter was presented with the seventh annual Raymond H. Miller Patriotic Award Saturday at Cleveland's annual Veterans Day program.The presentation was by auxiliary officer Mary Baier, … more
Impact Cleveland and the Blythe Oldfield neighborhood are planning a big celebration on Saturday. But, there have been some late changes.The community's new playground has been completed, and … more
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