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A Cleveland woman has been arrested by the Cleveland Police Department for aggravated child abuse after the police department was contacted by a social worker at T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital … more
Cleveland Utilities will be providing electric service to an annexed area currently served by Volunteer Energy Cooperative.The announcement was made during a Cleveland Board of Public Utilities … more
Polk County residents have been fortunate for more than three decades with "one of their own" in the Polk County Clerk's Office. The trend will continue into the foreseeable future.Polk County native … more
Cleveland Utilities President and CEO Tim Henderson says Mountain Dew is a popular soft drink among the people of Nepal, as well as its teeming population of monkeys.While in Nepal during a recent … more
CSCC Veterans Resource Center Welcomes Vets and Military Cleveland State Community College is excited to announce the grand opening of the new Veterans Resource Center on Thursday, Jan., 24 at 2 p.m. in Room U-100 of the George L. Mathis Student Center. more
Lee University’s Dr. Jason Robinson, assistant professor of education, has recently partnered with Lee students to help with Family Science Nights at local elementary schools.  … more
When Coleman Foss assumed the helm at what was then Skyridge Medical Center in 2007, there were two competing cultures present among the hospital staff after the recent merger of Bradley County … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking information regarding a burglary that occurred on Fredrick St. N.W., in Cleveland.During the burglary, the CPD said a white 1971 Buick Gran Sport was … more
Tennessee Veterans Business Association to hold keynote dinner, free veteran job fair more
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