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YMCA Announces Community Days The Cleveland Family YMCA kicks off the summer season with a free Community Day at the Outdoor Pool on Monday, May 28. more
Cleveland Utility workers spent a full day Wednesday as they were faced with repairing a 12-inch water main break on the south end of Peerless Road near Ace Hardware. more
Los 2 Aces, a local Mexican grocery store off Wildwood Avenue, combines the convenience of a grocer with the ethnic flair of its owners. Established nearly three years ago, Los 2 Aces is … more
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III has informed 14 district attorneys general the state constitution does not give them the authority to challenge a state statute which he says forbids them to retain outside counsel without approval from himself or the governor. more
Keeping with seasonal trends, Bradley County’s unemployment rate ended a one-month skid in the wrong direction in February by dropping one-tenth of a point to 3.6 percent. In January, the rate … more
Polk 4-H camping application deadline nears more
In celebration of National Public Works Week, Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland, Councilman David May Jr., City Manager Joe Fivas and Assistant City Manager Melinda Carroll recognized the extraordinary … more
The new city elementary school under construction was once again the main focus during the Cleveland Board of Education's Site Committee meeting Wednesday. Brian Templeton of Upland Design Group … more
The two candidates for County Court Clerk, Gayla Harris Miller and Jeff Young, have responded to the candidate questions posed by the Cleveland Daily Banner. more
Lois Dean James, Glen Coronis, Mike Crittenden, Elaine Curtis, Brandon Dalton, Lena Elliott, Johnny Gill, John Haynes, Cody Maney, Darren Miller, Mary … more
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