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The City of Cleveland is rapidly moving ahead with plans for the revitalization of the downtown area along Inman Street.Four renown consulting firms brought a wealth of planning, design and … more
For seven years, the Athens Federal Foundation has been making investments in the community. The return on that investment has already been too valuable to put into terms of dollars and … more
MEMPHIS — First Tennessee Bank, the regional bank of First Horizon National Corp., has been selected by Money magazine as the top bank in Tennessee for 2017.Money’s annual list zeroes in on … more
Volunteer Energy Cooperative's VECustomers Share program awarded $4,500 in grants to Bradley and Polk County organizations in October.Local groups receiving grants include Boys & Girls Club … more
There will be some major changes at this year's annual Veterans Day program on Saturday, with a focus on some younger veterans and program participants.Longtime master of ceremonies and Cleveland … more
Destinee Beyer, a senior at Bradley Central High School, has dreams of getting into nursing, and receiving the MaryEllen Locher scholarship Friday night will help her reach that goal.The scholarship … more
Bradley County Schools recently hosted Make A Change Day, a fundraiser that brought in $17,000 to help provide weekend meals to children. All the county schools participated in Make … more
After 25 years of serving Bradley County, Terry Gallaher is leaving the Juvenile Court program, though with sadness in his heart for leaving a position he said he could honestly love and … more
Being a bell ringer for the Salvation Army can make you a star.If not literally, in the eyes and hearts of those whose lives can be changed by the money you help raise.The local Salvation Army is on … more
The city of Cleveland, and its Parks and Recreation Department, are moving ahead with plans for the new $1 million tennis complex at Tinsley Park.Cleveland Assistant City Manager of Operations … more
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