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Two Cleveland Police Department officers saved a driver from a fiery crash on Thursday night. more
Legislation to govern community oversight boards, Gov. Bill Lee’s rollout of a plan to build access to vocational and technical training, changes to Tennessee’s driver’s licenses and a fire … more
During a recent meeting of the Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council,  Doug Berry, vice president of economic development, questioned whether enough effort is … more
When one local boy was asked what gifts he might want to receive for his birthday this year, he decided he would rather ask for gifts to give to other children. Thanks to a specially themed … more
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, being celebrated today, was created to recognize the life and work of the Civil Rights Era leader.MLK Day has been a national holiday for more … more
The Cleveland Kiwanis Club had a visitor from state royalty this week. Miss Tennessee, Christine Williamson,  stopped by to talk about The Children's Miracle Network, The Alzheimers Association, … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the first in a 3-part Monday series spanning the life, thoughts and beliefs of Cleveland Vice Mayor Avery Johnson. Although portions of the articles have been written by the … more
Last week’s five-day finale for the partial payment program's first enrollment didn’t go out with a whimper; in the mind of Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith, it was more of a bang.“We saw a … more
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