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Board members said they feel Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region is in good hands with its new president, Jennifer Pennell-Aslinger, on board.A reception was held for her at the home of David and … more
Cleveland City Schools is planning an event next week to talk about the district’s school safety measures and answer questions from the community. The Community Meeting on School Safety event … more
Monday was the day they started a new school.The Rev. Perry Stone and Dr. Bryan Cutshall launched a new online bible college, the International School of the Word, Monday afternoon in Cleveland. … more
The recent tariffs imposed  on solar panels  by President Donald Trump have not thrown a local company which produces the raw materials to make those products into a crisis … more
Lee University will welcome Phil Wickham on Thursday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center, to kick off the Spring U-Church lineup.   Wickham, who has always been surrounded by music, … more

The interview process is being finalized for candidates seeking the post of Bradley County’s new 911 director. The deadline for applications for the position is Friday, Feb. 23. 


CSCC’S ECED program celebrates 14 years of Dr. Seuss

CSCC will host the 14th annual Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss celebration on Saturday, March 3. The event will take place from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. in Cleveland State’s Library and is sponsored by the Early Childhood Education program and the CSCC Library. The celebration is organized by students in the language and literacy development class.

Brookdale Cleveland is happy to announce that W.L. Shipman and Henrietta Hixson were named King and Queen at Brookdale’s Annual Valentine’s Party.  Both W.L. and Henrietta were nominated by other residents, associates and family members.  We are excited they were chosen! Congratulations W.L. and Henrietta! more
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