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If “Project Matthew” comes to fruition, Cleveland’s Spring Branch Industrial Park may soon have an occupant, the first of several the site hopes to attract.According to Doug Berry, vice … more
Cleveland Utilities will be providing electric service to an annexed area currently served by Volunteer Energy Cooperative.The announcement was made during a Cleveland Board of Public Utilities … more
MainStreet Cleveland and the City of Cleveland have created an interactive web map for the 31st annual Halloween Block Party, which will be held Wednesday.The event will feature plenty of music, … more
Leah Beaty, fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this beautiful fall picture in photography club. more
Karen Saffles-Slater, director of Coordinated School Health for Bradley County Schools has this year been honored with two awards for her work. She was one of five regional recipients of … more
Polk County residents have been fortunate for more than three decades with "one of their own" in the Polk County Clerk's Office. The trend will continue into the foreseeable future.Polk County native … more
1.    The Church of God Cleveland2.    J&M Kettle Corn3.    North Cleveland Baptist Church4.    Alfa-Nik Inc.5.    Higher Calling Wrestling … more
Carson Church, a fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this picture of a beautiful flower still shining strong in the mist of fall, while in photography club. more
It was music appreciation day at the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday when Chattanooga Symphony principal pops conductor and music director emeritus Bob Bernhardt took the lectern armed not with a … more
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