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There will be a special healing service Sunday, 2 p.m., at Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., Cleveland. Danny Brown and Kadie Baker will be speaking. For more information, call 479-2143.

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The BRADLEY COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION held its July meeting at The Press in downtown Cleveland. From left are speaker Rich Kienlen, director of Bradley County Misdemeanor Probation; Richard Hughes, president; and speakers Holly Thompson, Clerk and Master, Bradley County Chancery Court, and Suzanne Burns, Foundation House Ministries. Thompson addressed the bar members with some updates as to the status of the courthouse repairs and plans for revisions to the local rules of practice. Burns explained the services offered at Foundation House, which is a maternity house for pregnant, adult, homeless women. Kienlenaddressed the bar members and discussed the progress made at the Bradley County workhouse since its opening in August 2017.  more
Olivia, .NC. —- The Second (Indianhead) Division Association is searching for anyone who served in the Army's 2nd Infantry Division at any time. more
UA Announces Graduation List for Spring 2018 more
CHATTANOOGA – CHI Memorial’s mobile lung CT coach will provide computerized tomography (CT) screenings at area YMCA locations during the week of July 23. The coach will be at the Cleveland Family YMCA, 220 Urbane Road N.E., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday. more
The city of Benton, the Polk County Schools system and residents in the small, rural municipality have a "bridge-sized" problem.The condemnation in the spring of a narrow, two-lane bridge on Town … more
The 20 young women competing in the Tennessee Distinguished Young Women event in Cleveland met with a panel of judges for interviews, and participated in stage rehearsals Thursday at Lee … more
There are numerous projects in the works to improve downtown Cleveland and deal with citywide problems like traffic congestion, says Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas. He shared an overview of … more
Vice President Mike Pence will be accompanied by several Tennessee lawmakers during his visit to Lee University in Cleveland Saturday, the Cleveland Daily Banner has learned.According to a press … more
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