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The Cleveland Board of Education is considering several policy changes which could affect everything from graduation requirements to how long students have recess. During its recent meeting, the … more
Cleveland Dental Health Center and Dr. Eben DeArmond Jr. are pleased to announce that Mrs. Connie Hooper has joined their practice as a member of their dental hygiene team.Connie has been a dental … more
McDonald United Methodist Church will host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. The church is providing games, face painting, storytelling and bounce houses for all to … more
Five candidates are campaigning for votes in the District 6 Commission race, two for Seat A and three for Seat B.Opponents in the race for Seat A include incumbent Dan Rawls and Tim Mason.Incumbent … more
Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial cut the ribbon in March in Ooltewah at one of the company’s newest stores. To mark the occasion, the Advance Financial Foundation … more
Cosmetology students at Cleveland High School are now taking advantage of approximately $30,000 worth of new equipment recently installed in their classroom. Cosmetology instructor Becky Davis … more

The United Way of the Ocoee Region celebrated successes and strides made in the community during its annual meeting and awards banquet Tuesday night. The event was held at Life Care Center’s Professional Development Center.

LIFE BRIDGES board  members and staff are planning for their annual pancake breakfast Saturday, April 7, from 8 to 10 a.m., at Aubrey’s restaurant for $5 per person at the door. All proceeds go to the client benevolence fund, to assist those members who are struggling financially to obtain items in need. more
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