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The Cleveland Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Tuesday at 12:45 p.m., at the Senior Center on Urbane Road. For questions or partnership information, call Judy Odeh at 473-0933.———ORBA is … more
The Mormon congregation on Pryor Road in Cleveland will hold a social on Thursday. The public is invited to participate. ———Union Grove Church of Christ, Bates Pike, will have its monthly … more
Southern Gospel trio Chatta Valley, three local and very talented performers, will headline the Friday night event at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday at 7 p.m. “Chatta Valley will … more
The Michigan Avenue School PTO, along with the school's faculty and staff, is bringing back its old-fashioned fall festival.For years, the MAS fall festival was a highlight of the school social … more
The Industrial Development Board unanimously approved recommending the Bradley County Commission provide $100,000 toward the proposed Taylor Spring Park in downtown Cleveland.The legislative action … more
The program has been established for Friday evening’s City of Cleveland 175th Anniversary Celebration event, and tickets are going fast for the community concert following the sit-down dinner.The … more
The Industrial Development Board was briefed Tuesday morning on what was termed a "stormwater failure" on the Spring Branch Industrial Park site.Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Vice President … more
Cool temperatures greeted warm hearts as the Rotary Club of Cleveland helped inaugurate the new Bill and Carol Creech Rotarian Pavilion at the Boys and Girls Club of the Ocoee Region's Tucker Unit on … more
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