Cleveland City Schools considering start time changes

Cleveland City Schools is considering changes to school start times for the upcoming academic year to improve bus route efficiency due to an ongoing bus driver shortage.In a statement released on …
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Several activities planned for Charleston in 2023

Several events are planned for the city of Charleston in 2023, including organized games being played on the city’s baseball field for the first time in recent memory.The Bradley Knights, a high …

City budget ‘strong’ but is facing challenges

City of Cleveland staffers are keeping an eye on cost increases as they hammer out a budget for the next fiscal year.

County commission and Building and Land Committee to meet Monday

The final step for approving a Bradley County residents request for city water is at the top of the Bradley County Commission's voting session agenda.Meeting at noon on Monday, March 20, the …

Regions Foundation donates $25K to City Fields

The Regions Foundation recently donated $25,000 to City Fields for affordable housing and workforce development programs.It is the third year Regions Foundation has partnered with City Fields to …

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This Week in History 3-18-23

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MARCH 1969: FOUR MEN ARRESTED, CHARGED IN OLIN PLANT MERCURY THEFT — An Atlanta man and three Chattanooga men were arrested in Charleston early today and charged in connection with the larceny of liquid mercury from the Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

Legacy Senior Living and Legacy Village to sponsor 65 Roses 5K

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Legacy Senior Living and Legacy Village of Cleveland will serve as a premier sponsor for the 65 Roses 5K race, hosted by Lee University, to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. More than $1.2 …

Dear Annie: Post-divorce dating dilemmas

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Dear Annie: I'm a recently divorced man in his mid-60s. I have no children and am secure in my job. I've been on a couple of dates since my divorce that haven't gone well.

Library Corner 3-18-23

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For more information on the library, its resources, and events, visit, search Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on social media, or call 423-472-2163.
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