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COLLEGEDALE — The city of Collegedale will host its Freedom Celebration on Tuesday, July 3. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with local artists and food trucks set up along Apison Pike. Two big … more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Ezekiel Hatcher of Cleveland recently attended Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, home of Space Camp®, Space Camp® Robotics™, Aviation Challenge® and NASA … more
Did you ever wonder: What it was like to take fingerprints? Work with a police K-9? See the insides of fire trucks and ambulances? Be a detective on a crime scene? more
Drew Holbrook, Vice President and Commercial Lender at Athens Federal Community Bank, recently achieved the distinction of graduating from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State … more
Century Park Associates, a nationwide senior living company, recently presented its 2018 performance awards at its Annual Management Meeting in Cleveland. Harbor Place at Cottesmore in Gig … more
Check Into Cash, with headquarters here in Cleveland, is celebrating the company's 25th anniversary this month.Employees and customers alike are invited to be part of the spirit of the anniversary as … more
Local nonprofit organization The Caring Place honored its most dedicated volunteers during a special reception held recently. Corinne Freeman, interim executive director of The Caring Place, … more
A representative of Red Food Stores Inc. of Chattanooga told the city commissioners Monday that a site has been chosen in the Cleveland area to replace the store that burned down nearly two years ago. Don Jones told the commissioners during the weekly luncheon meeting that the proposed location for the new Red Food development was the intersection of Waterlevel Highway and Durkee Road. This location would replace the store that was previously located on Central Avenue. Jones told the gathering that an option had been taken on the land, and that his company felt this location would best serve the needs of East Cleveland and Waterlevel Highway area residents. The new location would be the fourth Red Food Store to operate in Cleveland, joining other stores located on Keith Street, 25th Street, and Spring Place Road. Jones told the commissioners, however, that a major problem concerning sewer service for the proposed site existed, and that his company was interest in joining the city and the Bradley County Board of Education in a joint project to supply such service to the area. more
Lindsey Bell, Chris Chase, Cathy Dover, Heath Eslinger, Eric Evans, Lisa Evans, Makayla Jenkins, Blaine Lawson, Ashley Parker, Tyler Watson and Danny … more
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