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Summer won’t officially arrive on the calendar until June 21, but nobody’s told the thermometer. Recent high temperatures can’t be ignored, and can become dangerous if people can’t escape them. To meet the need, Salvation Army caseworkers are promoting the annual “Beat the Heat Cleveland” fan drive, which provides free box fans and water to low-income individuals and families affected by the heat. more
Drainage issues are again bubbling to the surface, with local residents sharing their concerns with government leaders. more
As high school seniors in the Class of 2019 prepared for their graduation ceremonies recently, there were graduates from one less Cleveland school. This was the first graduation season following … more
Epilepsy, and its widespread status throughout America, was the topic of discussion by the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee at Monday’s gathering of the Bradley County Interagency … more
The next steps have been taken in multiple grant opportunities to improve transportation aspects throughout the Cleveland area. more
Officials with Ocoee Middle School and the Bradley County Schools district have said they will be reviewing field trip safety protocols after concerns were raised about a recent OMS field … more
CHI Memorial’s mobile health coaches will provide mammography screenings and lung CT screenings at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic at Cleveland High School on Saturday and Sunday.The mobile … more
Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Russell Dyer is emphasizing his commitment to the local school district after his was among the names submitted to another district looking for a new … more

Sufficient information has been shared and there is no need for a personnel survey related to a proposed transition to 12-hour shifts at the Bradley County 911 Emergency Communications District. A committee appointed to determine if a survey is needed, decided against it Tuesday.

(Editor's Note: This is the eighth, and final, installment in a series exploring the total health of Cleveland and Bradley County residents. While the series looks at the big picture of health, it … more
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