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The city of Charleston held a public hearing on Tuesday to consider the annexation of one property and the rezoning of another. “We held a public hearing so that if anyone was opposed to the … more
A request for rezoning of property on Caywood Drive will reach the Cleveland City Council with a unanimous recommendation for denial, following action by the Cleveland Municipal Planning … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn Wednesday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 3-7-5, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Midday: 8-1-6, Lucky Sum: 15 Cash 3 Morning: 6-2-9 Cash 4 Evening: 8-6-5-5, Lucky … more
You’ve heard of “Daddy-Daughter dances” as well as “Father-Son fishing/hunting trips” and “Mother-Daughter outings,” but for reasons unknown, communitywide “Mother-Son” events … more
Tasha Davidson, Greg Hicks, Donna Robinson, George Poe Jr., Debby Cameron, Shirley Lansford, Chuck Jones, Marc Rush, John Gibson Jr. and Janice Tinsley, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Thelma … more
Stan Evans, the Veteran of the Year for Disabled American Veterans Chapter 25, said he earned the honor through “involvement.” “I was involved with about everything the chapter had going … more
Problems are continuing with the billing services being contracted by the Bradley County EMS. That was the word from Emergency Services Director Shawn Fairbanks. The county contracted with … more
To continue their week dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Lee University’s student club — the “Leebertarians” — hosted a lecture called “Let Justice Roll Down: MLK & Black Lives … more
Edwin Millan, a former Cleveland Police officer, was sentenced Monday to three years in prison in connection with the arson of a vehicle in Murray County, Ga., in 2015. Circuit Court Judge … more
Cleveland Chief of Police Mark Gibson updated members of the Cleveland/Bradley Ministerial Association Wednesday, telling them of changes and improvements that have been made at the CPD in the 16 … more
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