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The Davis Family Reunion is today with dinner at 1 p.m. at the Old Davis Homeplace, 221 Wallace Drive N.W., Georgetown. Bring a covered dish and lawn chairs. more
The Bradley County Road Department is working with the Tennessee Department of Transportation as Exit 20 and other areas of the county are readied for new development. Bradley County Road … more
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church on Blair Road will host its annual singing concert at 3 p.m. today. Several groups will sing. ——— The EastView Baptist Church, No Pone Road, Georgetown, … more
A driver who failed to yield right of way at the intersection of 25th and Keith Street was the cause of an accident that occurred Tuesday, resulting in one passenger transported to a Cleveland hospital. more
WHEN BONNIE ARRANTS and her family searched rescue sites for a new family member, Daisy caught their eye. Bonnie drove from Etowah to visit Daisy. The two spent time together, and the adoption … more
It was a dark and stormy night Friday, the kind of night that English novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton used to open his 1830 novel, "Paul Clifford."However, when Saturday came, though the clouds were … more
There is an old adage in politics that states one must campaign in poetry, but govern in prose. However, Cleveland mayoral candidate Duane Schriver proudly rejects that notion. more
Cleveland Kiwanis member Mike Stoess has taken on some additional responsibilities in the middle of his term as club president.Stoess is also May's program chairman, and has presented two of the … more
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