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The loud booms heard across portions of the Tennessee Valley Thursday were the result of a seismic event called cryoseism, which is caused by the cracking of frozen soil or ice contained within … more
The Cleveland Board of Education has approved a plan which could allow rising fifth-graders and their siblings to stay at their current schools after the district completes its current rezoning … more
A pair of prestigious awards highlighted Thursday night's 93rd Annual Meeting of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, but it also featured the traditional transition of leadership.Kevin Moore, … more
The city of Cleveland will begin working on improvements at the intersection of Georgetown Road and 25th Street, starting Friday.  B & W Contractors Inc., was awarded the project bid in … more
The Bradley County Commission plans to reach out to local legislators to bring awareness and possible change to an issue costing the county thousands of dollars each year. more
Robby Hatcher's first five months as the new Polk County executive has been a period of learning and adapting to the significant responsibilities of the county's top office.Hatcher stepped in to take … more
A wet winter season has continued to hamper construction in the city of Cleveland. The Cleveland Planning Office issued 28 building permits in December, the largest number (14) coming for … more
The cardinal and robin sitting on snow-covered branches was submitted by Jennifer Hardison. more
KAY MCDANIEL shared the photo of a trail at Cleveland Middle School. more
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