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Church activities Vanessa Hammond will be the speaker for Wednesday's His Hands Extended Devotional at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., at 7 a.m. ———Good Hope will welcome the group … more
The following items were compiled by the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners, the Cleveland Banner, the Journal, and the Journal … more
Knox Fuller completes basic training at West Point more
Mental Health Day, Oct. 10, places focus on workplace Tennessee will join the rest of the world on Tuesday, Oct. 10, to recognize World Mental Health Day, an annual observance with the overall … more
Demetrius Ramsey, executive director of Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency, recently accepted a $4,500 donation from Burris Construction. Dee Burris presented the check to the community … more
The South East Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind is a support group for blind and visually impaired individuals. It meets the second Thursday of every month at the Cleveland Family … more
Do you have an extra hour a month and want to make a difference in your community? Now’s your chance. Be a Tennessee Promise mentor. According to Graham Thomas, deputy director of Engagement … more
Cleveland has another reason to be proud and boastful. The community has been selected as a top retirement destination by the Houston, Texas, publication Where to Retire.  This is the only … more
Officers and board members for the Cleveland Civitan Club 2017-2018 year were recently installed by Nathan Higdon, Civitan Appalachian governor.  From left, front, are Lee Tate; Luci Zwierzynski; Joan Brown, president; Pam Edgemon, president-elect; and Diana Jackson, past president; back, Teresa Davis; David Cummings; Kelly Browand; Linda Wheeler, secretary; Nathan Higdon, district governor; Catherine Rice, co-treasurer; Phil Brown, district governor-elect; and Lisa Webb, co-treasurer. more
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