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A few days ago I submitted a letter on behalf of the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway Board in support of our community’s pursuit of designation as a “Runner Friendly Community” by the Road … more
HARRIMAN – Several area students made the president's list at Roane State Community College for the spring 2018 semester.To be eligible, a student must attain a 4.0 GPA while attempting 12 or more … more
 “My father was a talented man who liked to build things in his fully equipped workshop in our basement. My little brother liked to follow him downstairs to watch and ‘help’ as Dad made … more
Christopher Pistrang, son of  Wendy and Mark Pistrang of Cleveland, made the dean's list at Vanderbilt University for the spring 2018 semester.Pistrang is a sophomore in Vandy's College of … more
Father’s Day, the day a good son or daughter picks up the phone and calls the old man, to wish him well.However, before you make that call don’t reminisce about how tough he was on you as he … more
Most probably agree the luster of Father’s Day pales gently when compared to the glow of its mid-May counterpart.Their reasoning is simple.Moms give life, and it is their unconditional love that … more
Local nonprofit organization The Caring Place honored its most dedicated volunteers during a special reception held recently. Corinne Freeman, interim executive director of The Caring Place, … more
A representative of Red Food Stores Inc. of Chattanooga told the city commissioners Monday that a site has been chosen in the Cleveland area to replace the store that burned down nearly two years ago. Don Jones told the commissioners during the weekly luncheon meeting that the proposed location for the new Red Food development was the intersection of Waterlevel Highway and Durkee Road. This location would replace the store that was previously located on Central Avenue. Jones told the gathering that an option had been taken on the land, and that his company felt this location would best serve the needs of East Cleveland and Waterlevel Highway area residents. The new location would be the fourth Red Food Store to operate in Cleveland, joining other stores located on Keith Street, 25th Street, and Spring Place Road. Jones told the commissioners, however, that a major problem concerning sewer service for the proposed site existed, and that his company was interest in joining the city and the Bradley County Board of Education in a joint project to supply such service to the area. more
Lindsey Bell, Chris Chase, Cathy Dover, Heath Eslinger, Eric Evans, Lisa Evans, Makayla Jenkins, Blaine Lawson, Ashley Parker, Tyler Watson and Danny … more
The Bradley County Commission recently discussed the benefits of Cleveland State Community College and the challenges of a funding request to help support it. more
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