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Banner photo, JOE CANNON

LONGTIME COACHES Ginger Harness, left, and Dr. John Bratcher go over plans for the South Cleveland Soccer Mini Camp, which will be free to ages 5-10 next month at Blythe-Bower Elementary School.

From HOF coach sets free soccer clinic   |   6/23/18

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

ZECH and Payton Hampton are shown at the read of their home on Spring Place Road, which was virtually destroyed by an uprooted tree Saturday afternoon. Luckily, they were out of town at the time.

From Saturday storm damages   |   6/23/18

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

A LARGE TREE AT the rear of a home on Spring Place Road was uprooted by Saturday afternoon's storm which swept through the area, and completely demolished the frame structure. The home is owned by the Rev. Edwin Lipsey, and ts the residence of his daughter and son-in-law. Fortunately, they were not at home with the storm struck.

From Saturday storm damages   |   6/23/18

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

THE BRADLEY CLEVELAND PUBLIC EDUCATION FOUNDATION hosts members of the Cleveland and Bradley County Boards of Education during a recent meeting.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of the MainStreet Cruise-In Saturday was this 1970 Plymouth "Road Runner" Superbird.

From MainStreet Cruise-In   |   6/23/18

Lawrence Shinn

MANY COUPLES AND FAMILIES walked around the center of town checking out all of the classic cars while classic tunes played on the loudspeakers.

From MainStreet Cruise-In   |   6/23/18

Lawrence Shinn

THE JUNE 2018 MainStreet Cruise-Ins powered through the threat of rain on Saturday and the cars paraded around Courthouse Square in style.

From MainStreet Cruise-In   |   6/23/18

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CITY FIELDS executive director Dustin Tommey explains his organization's plans to revitalize the Blythe-Oldfield neighborhood during a speech Friday at the Cleveland-Bradley County Chamber of Commerce. Tommey said one of the goals of his organization is to increase homeownership in the neighborhood.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

James Bradford

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

BRADLEY COUNTY Chief Deputy James E. Bradford Jr. stands outside the main door of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Eric Watson named Bradford as chief deputy on May 14. He is the first African-American to serve in that position.

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