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THIS SQUIRREL was squawking at Mike Williams as he took its photo. Below is Mike and Tina’s tiny poodle Jasper. more
Brandon and Amber McKinney of Georgetown announce the birth of their 7-pound, 4-ounce and 20-inches son, Karson Heath, on Monday, April 2, 2018. Karson is the brother of Kenzie McKinney. He is the grandson of Patricia Millaway of Cleveland, Terry McKinney of Birchwood and Tim and Patty Hatfield of Decatur. more
The Tennessee Department of Transportation was continuing to clean up a vehicle fire near mile marker 17 early Friday morning.According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the vehicle was a horse … more
Local teachers recently spent two days covering nearly 200 miles on a trek starting from Coolidge Park in Chattanooga to downtown Nashville as part of a healthy school initiative. "A group … more
WILLIAMS, Boyce H. “Cotton”, age 79, of Cleveland, formerly of Tellico Plains, passed away Saturday, April 28, 2018 at his home. Worked for Volunteer Electric for over 26 years and was a member of IBEW. He was of the Baptist faith. more
These photos showcase the various colors of the iris. The photos were shared by Carnelia Lane, Elbert Allen and Michael Lane, and Ken Webb. more
Seth Woods, a U.S. Navy sailor from Cleveland who was recently reported missing in Singapore, has been found safe. Woods, an 18-year-old machinist's mate fireman aboard the USS Oklahoma City … more
The culminating event for Taste the Nations of Cleveland, a campaign to highlight local businesses owned by immigrants, is scheduled for Monday. The event will begin at 2 p.m. at the Museum … more

Dr. John Roberts Maddox Jr., 83, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Monday, May 21, 2018, in his room at Northshore Senior Center in Knoxville.

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