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It wasn’t on the meeting agenda, but litter and related issues were the main topic of discussion during Tuesday’s Bradley County Commission voting session.

After enduring a long night of monsoon-like precipitation, lightning flashes and rolling thunder, Cleveland residents were most likely bleary-eyed Wednesday morning.There is more to come.According to … more
The search  continues for a 68-year-old man who reportedly went missing while kayaking on Ocoee No. 3 Lake in Polk County, although officials said the effort has now become a recovery … more
A power outage affected approximately 1,100 Volunteer Energy Cooperative customers Sunday, after an insulator failed during a major rainstorm.According to VEC spokesperson Julie Jones, the outage … more
Two local high school students who are members of the Rotary International's Interact Club each spoke during the Rotary Club of Cleveland's weekly luncheon, held Tuesday at the Museum Center.The two … more
Quilting is an art, and just like all crafts, there is a story with each quilt, regardless of complexity. To highlight these extraordinary designs, the Friends of the Library Association is hosting a … more
The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission met in its regularly scheduled session Tuesday at the Municipal Building, and passed the following:• A consideration of a rezoning request by Steve Dixon … more
Cleveland Police Department Officers Matt Sharp and Geoffrey Humberd were on their way to check on an alarm call.So far, it had been an uneventful night – cold, but quiet.Their patrol vehicle was … more
The Cleveland Orchestra of Tennessee “Mozart and a Thousand and One Nights” more
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