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The issuance of Cleveland building permits cooled off with the  October weather.There were only 13 permits issued, with an anticipated total cost of construction at $9,796,260. One commercial … more
THE CLEVELAND/BRADLEY COUNTY Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting at the location of a new business on North Lee Highway. Chamber Ambassadors, and city leaders attended the ceremony for … more
A community reception was held Wednesday for outgoing Tennova-Cleveland CEO Coleman Foss, in recognition of his 11-year leadership role at the hospital.The reception was attended by hospital staff, … more
Lee University’s Chien Named CMNW Artistic Director Lee University Artist-in-Residence Gloria Chien, founder and director of String Theory at the Hunter chamber music series, along with her husband Soovin Kim, has been named artistic directors of Chamber Music Northwest to succeed current Artistic Director David Shifrin. A husband and wife team, both are internationally-renowned performers – Chien a pianist and Kim a violinist – and experienced music presenters.  more
Recently, Travis D. Henry and Bryson M. Kirksey of Burns, Henry & Kirksey, P.C. dedicated their office building at 175 Spring St. to honor their late law partner, Charles B. "Charlie" Burns Jr., … more
Mother Earth had a Southeast Tennessee hiccup during the early morning hours last week.TVA technicians at Sequoyah, in a simulation of that Dec. 12 incident declared, "It was only a NOUE, so don't be … more
Friday and Saturday were happy occasions for the volunteers helping the William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund. more
The Cleveland Health and Education Facilities Board approved a Lee University-requested tax-exempt bond issue for the acquisition, construction and renovation of properties on the university's … more
Lee University’s Alan Wyatt, saxophone, will perform “Moje Polskie Serce” (“My Polish Heart”) on Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Dixon Center. “Moje Polskie Serce” is a musical odyssey … more
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