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A small group of demonstrators gathered outside the Bradley County Courthouse on Saturday for an event dubbed the Secure Our Schools March. The event was organized by two local mothers, Salome … more
 McDonald Black Fox Ruritans will have a spaghetti dinner and bake sale Saturday, 6 p.m., at the clubhouse on McDonald School road. Cost will be $6 per … more
  The Ladies of Lee will present its spring concert on Tuesday, March 27, at 7:30 p.m. at The Lee University Chapel.   This year’s program, “Your Kingdom Come,” will … more
On March 19, Tennova Healthcare Cleveland celebrated Certified Nurse Day. “It is an honor to celebrate those who have gone on beyond licensure and dedicated themselves by continuing their education … more
“It’s about hope.”That is how PIE Center site director Kyle Page spoke about the new center in remarks given to the Rotary Club of Cleveland, and how that new program will enable students to … more
The U.S. Veterans Administration Department has stepped up to meet the needs of aging veterans in Cleveland, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee.Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, State Department of … more
In an effort to provide an additional layer of protection at Bradley County Schools’ two high schools, Sheriff Eric Watson will assign personnel to security booths directly in front of both campuses. more
Andy Cannon, Scot Montgomery, David Triplett, William Watts, Steve Hartline, Will Jones, Juan Gomez and Carl Cintron, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Ralph … more
CSCC to Host Nursing Information Session more
The CALEA recertification process for the Cleveland Police Department started with high praise from a top city official. more
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