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CSCC Plans Event for Sexual Assault Awareness Month Cleveland State Community College will be hosting a Sexual Assault Awareness event on Tuesday, April 10, from 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center Auditorium. ? more
SUNDAY, MAY 13Rhee Epperson, Sandra Chastain, Jonathon Sivley, Heather Matthews, Patrick Abercrombie, Caitlyn Tarver, Nigel Newberry, Brian Conn and Chris … more

Three representatives of Bradley County Schools recently traveled to Germany to learn new ways to help teach students here job skills. 

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Matt Ryerson, president of the United Way of the Ocoee Region, said that nonprofit organizations must focus on building people up to help them avoid becoming mired in a cycle of dependency, robbing them of their dignity. more
The biblical verse "And a child shall lead them," could be used in relation to a special and inspirational project apparently underway in Charleston.Two young ladies, 9-year-old Tonya Bradley and … more
With continued growth, Cleveland is seeing a steady increase in the number of criminal reports in the city, said Police Chief Mark Gibson.  Gibson made the observation while recently sharing … more
Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland hosted its Three-Home Dedication Thursday night at its Century Village Subdivision, signifying the completion of three new homes for three deserving families. … more
Monday's City Council will be dominated by a number of routine issues, resolutions and ordinances for this time of the year, nearing the end of the fiscal year.A majority of the items are being … more
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