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Community First Award Winners Chosen CLEVELAND, Tenn. – The results are in! The Community First Awards Committee received approximately 75 nominations seeking to honor individuals across nine categories. Nominations were judged based on the nominees’ extraordinary commitment of time, talent or treasure to the community. There were a total of nine winners for the individual categories. more
The case on all counts against Sheriff Eric Watson has been dismissed, according to a press release this morning from District Attorney James B. Dunn. Dunn was appointed District Attorney Pro … more
In a period of less than two weeks, the people of Cleveland and Bradley County have shown in an extraordinary way their compassion and generosity during a time when the meaning of a gift takes a more … more
The gavel was passed Tuesday night as the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce inaugurated a new chairman of the board.Kevin Moore of Wayward Financial Partners was welcomed to his new role by … more
Classrooms in the Cleveland and Bradley County school systems are shut down today due to rising absenteeism rates among the student and staff populations.Additionally, city schools will be closed … more
Cleveland High School students presented a program on an Argentina/Patagonia Project to the Rotary Club of Cleveland. The project will permit students and staff to make a two-week trip to present their design projects concerning sustainable food production through the promotion of aquaponics projects in the Patagonia region of Argentina.  This is a great opportunity for Cleveland High School students and staff who are going to experience a different culture and perform this service.  It is a great opportunity for the Rotary Club of Cleveland to be included in support of this International Project and hopefully make a difference in the lives of young people in our community and later the Patagonia region of Argentina.  Students receive a check from Cleveland Rotary. more
A new 13-week session of DivorceCare will begin Monday, 6 to 8 p.m., at First United Methodist, 146 Scenic Drive, in Copperhill. more
Local 1676 UAW retirees will meet on Wednesday at noon, at Michigan Avenue Baptist Church.  ——— Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City … more
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