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Neil Hodgson, Buddy Mitchell, Jim Strickland and Mickey Johnson, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Tommy and Linda Boring, who celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on Saturday .... more
Lee University’s School of Music will present its 29th annual “A Classic Christmas” on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center. “We’re so excited to share an evening of festive … more
The Sons of the American Revolution recently presented a flag certificate to Garden Plaza at Cleveland for … more
Changes to Bradley County’s Emergency Medical Services are scheduled for Jan. 1, including a move from eight-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts for employees. more
The Cleveland Urban Area Municipal Planning Organization met in a regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday at the Municipal Building.The board considered the following: • A public hearing on MPO … more
Bradley County Sheriff Steve Lawson has spearheaded the creation of a new School Threat Assessment Team to help keep the county's schools safe. The sheriff introduced members of this team to the … more
Cleveland City Schools hosted a community meeting Thursday night at Mayfield Elementary School to review processes it is utilizing to ensure equitable resources and space are efficiently allocated as … more
During his first year with The Salvation Army 10 years ago, Joel Rogers, who is currently serving as the director of Christian education for the nonprofit, was overseeing the Angel Tree program, and … more
Nominations are still being accepted by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce for its top two awards: the M.C. Headrick Free Enterprise Award and the Robert W. Varnell Leadership Award.Both will … more
Ducks Unlimited Inc., the world's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving North America's waterfowl habitats, will host a dinner and fundraising festivities Thursday, Nov. 15, at the … more
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