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The year 2018 has come and gone, but in 2019, what are Clevelanders setting as their New Year’s resolutions, and are they different from last year’s? A large portion of residents in … more
Principals of several Cleveland and Bradley County schools have been reflecting on their schools’ accomplishments as they make New Year's resolutions for 2019. During 2018, schools saw … more
With three elections on the calendar, 2018 was a busy year for Bradley County voters. Elections were held on May 1 (Bradley County Primary), Aug. 2 (Bradley County General Election and Tennessee State Primary Election), and Nov. 6 (Tennessee State General Election and Cleveland City package store referendum). more
John Stanbery is a local dentist who remains an active member of the Bradley County GOP while also keeping the area’s teeth clean and bright. The 56-year-old comes from a long line of … more
The decision by longtime Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland not to run for re-election after serving as the city's mayor for almost 28 years, was selected by the editors and newsroom staff of the Cleveland … more
Right behind New Year’s resolutions like losing weight, ditching the cellphone and spending more time with loved ones, a fourth might be to go ahead and sign up for the partial payment tax … more
EXIT Realty McGowan and Associates is pleased to announce that Walker McGowan has joined its growing team of dedicated real estate sales professionals. EXIT Realty, located at 2025 Chambliss Ave., … more
Exciting news for Cleveland State Grads! more
CSCC to Offer Extended Hours Leading up to Spring Semester In the spirit of “Community First,” Cleveland State is providing extended hours for student services in the upcoming weeks leading to the beginning of the spring semester. more
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