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Tennessee state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) is preparing to co-chair the Tennessee Volunteer Mentorship Initiative with Rep. Michael Curcio (R-Dickson) after receiving Gov. Bill Lee's … more
Cleveland Police Department officers were at McDonald's off APD 40 Thursday morning, meeting and greeting customers during the restaurant chain's Coffee with a Cop event.The event, held in … more
Local organization ATS The Bridge, which helps spread awareness of the dangers of substance abuse, is now heavily emphasizing the dangers of vaping when its representatives visit schools to  … more

First Tennessee Foundation to Sponsor Rest Stop for 65 Roses 5K at Great Strides: 
The First Tennessee Foundation will sponsor a rest stop for participants in this year’s 65 Roses 5K at Great Strides, in an effort to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis. This year, both the race and walk will take place on Saturday, March 30, at 9 a.m. Lee University student volunteers will hand out water to walkers and runners at the rest stop, located on the corner of North Ocoee and 11th streets. Registration and information for the event benefiting the CF Foundation is available at or by calling the Office of Student Development at 423-614-8406. From left are Vanessa Hammond, Great Strides co-chair; Morgan Daffin with daughter, Cali, who has CF; Candace Goff, Team Cali leader; and Erica Malone of First Tennessee Bank. 
Garden Plaza and Life Care Center of Cleveland are Warm-Up Sponsor for Great Strides:  
Garden Plaza and Life Care Center of Cleveland are teaming up to serve as the official warm-up sponsor for the Great Strides walk to be held on Saturday, March 30, at 9 a.m. A large team of Garden Plaza and Life Care Center associates is raising money for cystic fibrosis research, and will host a nacho bar on Friday, March 29, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Garden Plaza, open to the public. For a $6 contribution, guests can enjoy nachos, drink, and dessert. For more information or to register for this year’s Great Strides, contact Lee University Student Development Office at 423-614-8406 or visit From left are Amy Hunley, from Lee University; David Dailey of Garden Plaza; and Cathy Howe and Aileen Poteet of Life Care Center of Cleveland. 


An investigation is still underway into an incident in which a logging truck overturned Wednesday near North Lee Highway and Wilson Farm Road, blocking the roadway for several hours.No one was … more
It is not uncommon for children to role-play situations like shopping for groceries when practicing their math skills at school. However, one local school recently took the uncommon step of taking … more
A Cleveland man was arrested Wednesday after making numerous calls to the Bradley County Communications Center for reporting false incidents and threatening his estranged girlfriend, as well as local … more
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