Soggy Black Friday dampens shopper turnout

Cleveland shoppers were tightfisted with their money on Black Friday, as inflation  threatens to chip away at holiday spending budgets.The day after Thanksgiving, long considered the biggest …
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Bottoms up: booze fees filling city coffers

Since 2020, Cleveland package stores have generated nearly $1.3 million in revenue for the city of Cleveland, indicating booze sales are pouring money into city coffers.According to Shawn McKay, city …

Chamber announces board nominees

The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce recently announced the nomination of six new board members, according to a statement released by Mike Griffin, Chamber president and CEO.

TVFCU kicks off 2022 Idea Leap competition

Cleveland business owners: Make your business ideas leap! They could win big money.During a kick-off event held at the Cleveland/ Bradley Chamber of Commerce, officials from Tennessee Valley Federal …

It's a special day for … 11-26-22

Linda Boring, who celebrated her birthday Friday … Courtney Jones Pendergrass, who's celebrating her birthday today … Mary Frances Pendergrass, who's celebrating her birthday Sunday … Abby Beasley, who's celebrating her 20th birthday Monday … Jeff Beasley, who's celebrating his birthday Monday … Cookie and Lynn Ellis, who celebrated their 34th anniversary Friday.

Thousands of discarded tires removed from illegal dump sites

Volunteers and others have helped collect more than 10,000 illegally dumped tires inside Bradley County over the past 12 months.The latest of these tires removed were 1,246 at an illegal dumpsite …
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Setting boundaries for the sake of family

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Dear Annie: My mom's husband molested my sister more than 25 years ago. I was a teenager at the time, and because I lived with my dad, I didn't know all that went on. I do know that the case went to court, thanks to my dad, who always stuck out his neck for us. (I'm glad I wasn't living with my mom, because who knows what would have happened to me; my dad has since died.)

Making pillowcases for a dog bed

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Dear Heloise: After adopting my rescue dog last year, I noticed when buying her cushioned beds, the washing instructions said to throw the whole bed into the washing machine!

Operation Christmas Child collects nearly 30,000 boxes locally

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Children all around the world will have a happier Christmas as they receive shoeboxes filled with gifts from all across the country through Operation Christmas Child, with nearly 30,000 of them …


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