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Cleveland-based Terra Running Company, owned by Brittany and David Durkin, was announced as a "2019 Best Running Store in America" on May 22, at the Best Running Stores Awards ceremony, hosted at an industry trade show in Tucson, Arizona.


Cleveland City Schools is hoping to help students with disabilities by “piloting” a new sensory room in one of its schools. 

The City of Etowah announces the first in two free concerts at the Historic L&N Depot Park beginning June 8, 7 p.m., with the bluegrass group Reliance. Etowah City Manager Tina Tuggle states, “We hope to offer more musical concerts in the future as a summer series. The City of Etowah welcomes out of town visitors, Etowah residents and our county guests to our beautiful new depot stage and to experience Music at the L&N.” Reliance has grown to be one of the most in-demand Bluegrass groups in their region. Most family band’s sound like family bands, built on love and all the good stuff that makes a family band worth watching. Some are even good, while once in a while, one will approach greatness. Reliance has that knack, with all four members exhibiting proficiency on their instrument and vocal part. Ronnie Raper is a first-class rhythm/lead guitarist with a rich baritone vocal suitable for both country and bluegrass material. The female lead is Denise Raper. Denise is a veteran Southern Gospel singer/pianist and has found her place as a solid bassist and vocalist for Reliance. Dustin Raper rests in that place between traditional and contemporary banjo stylings adding to the versatility of the Reliance sound. Nicholas "Kingfish" Raper is a gifted young mandolinist and singer. Bring your lawn chair and sit on the historic L&N Depot lawn June. Concessions will be sold by the Etowah 4th of July Committee, with all proceeds going to the annual 4th of July Celebration. more
Longtime  bank executive Mike Griffin has been named president and CEO of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.He assumes the position Monday.Griffin succeeds Gary Farlow who retired from … more
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