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Cleveland’s Metropolitan Planning Commission met for a very short meeting Tuesday evening, approving three items on the consent agenda and the abandonment of a unopened alleyway.Two of the consent … more
Cleveland Associated Industries is currently celebrating its inaugural Manufacturing Week with local students. This week pairs local industry leaders with teachers and students for activities related … more
Derek Payne enjoying a motorcycle ride on his birthday ... Brian Groves excited to have finally made it to a Bigfoot expedition ... Gary Davis pleased with a recent dining experience. more
Cora Atkins Cora Atkins, 3 months, passed away at the family residence on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. She is survived by her mother, Chelsea Kirkland; father, Charles Atkins, both of … more
Michael B. Barnes Michael B. Barnes, 66, of Ooltewah, died. Survivors and arrangements will be announced later by Companion Funeral Home & Crematory. more
Contributed photoA new piano teacher to the Cleveland area, Cheri Harkins, has joined the teaching staff of North Cleveland Academy of the Arts. She recently moved from Knoxville, where she taught … more
Billie Ann Brumfield Billie Ann Bird Brumfield, 79, a lifelong resident of Cleveland, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at a local hospital. She was a graduate of Bradley Central High … more
THE FRIENDS of the Library Association will host its Book and Coffee series at 10 a.m. in the parlor of the History Branch & Archives on Friday at 10 a.m. Enjoy coffee and a book review by local … more
By WILLIAM WRIGHT Staff Writer The Sunflower Stables Barn Sale and Market will host its annual Fall Market Festival Oct. 27 and 28 — from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is set for the Tri-State Exhibition Center in the Bess Neil Arena, located in Cleveland. This family-friendly, fun filled event combines the exhilaration of fall festivals with craft booths, food booths, boutique clothing and jewelry, vintage, antiques, artisans, home decor and much more. Event coordinators Margaret Long, Deborah Lofton and Dianne Mason said the third annual event will feature more variety with a wider range of handmade seasonal gifts and decor, shabby chic jewelry, apparel, unique antiques and farmer’s market food. New Vendors include, “Mama Bear Monograms” with a wonderful assortment of children’s clothing, bows, tutus, and holiday accessories; “Mutts and Meows Too” with a variety of handcrafted cotton collars and leashes for dogs and cats to make pets the talk of the town; “Waine Mercantile and Boutique of Gallatin” will be bringing Southern apparel, farmhouse decor, re-purposed furniture, antiques and accessories. “Southern Shine By Colleen” will feature a whole array of Lipsense products for kiss proof, smudge proof, waterproof lips and “Halo Embroidery and Printing” will be bringing a variety of great merchandise. Other vendors include “Nerdy Birds,” “The Rustic Rooster,” “DUC Woodworks,” “Connie’s Creations” and many more. Long said the public is invited to come out, shop, eat, mingle and enjoy the beautiful fall scenery. “Our goal is to provide a wonderful and unique shopping experience in which everyone will discover their own personal treasures and fun finds,” Long said. “To round out a fabulous shopping experience, there will also be fantastic food, a farmers market and great fall fun. This is truly something for everyone to enjoy!” The two-day shopping experience is described as a “juried show,” meaning all vendors are selected by style and presentation of their goods. Long, Mason and Lofton said they look for the best vendors to be featured at their event so those who attend will benefit from the widest variety of interesting items. “Our goal is to have the event be a true marketplace for our customers,” Long said. We seek vendors with beautiful booth displays and creative handmade items — antique and vintage items, high quality goods, repurposed furniture, food items and clothing.” Event coordinators Margaret Long, Dianne Mason and Deborah Lofton said last year’s fall event was a huge community success, but this year promises to be bigger than ever before. For further information, visit: or Admission is $5. Children admitted for free. more
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