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Cleveland State Community College recently selected Jennifer Bledsoe as the Chief of Campus Police. Prior to accepting this position, Bledsoe served as a POST Certified Police Officer for 18 … more
Just under 100 people turned out Saturday morning for a  tribute to Polk County native William "Bill" Norwood at the West Polk County Library.Norwood, a Cleveland resident, passed away … more
Those wishing to observe Independence Day with loud pops and bright explosions of color can do so during two fireworks displays in Cleveland on Wednesday night. Mount Olive Ministries and … more
Charleston Elementary School recently wrapped up a four-week Read to be Ready day camp to help children improve their reading and writing skills. Educators hosted the camp for 25 students who … more
Cleveland mayoral candidates State Rep. Kevin Brooks and former educator Duane Schriver disagreed over efforts to reach out to Whirlpool officials regarding redevelopment at the former site of the appliance manufacturer in downtown Cleveland. more

There will be a special healing service Sunday, 2 p.m., at Community Chapel Church, 1807 Blythe Ave., Cleveland. Danny Brown and Kadie Baker will be speaking. For more information, call 479-2143.

Cleveland Urban Area Transit System will be closed Wednesday, July 4. CUATS will reopen July 5.——— more
A vehicle crashed into a gas pump Thursday on 25th St., N.W. and Parker Street, resulting in several injuries. more
The number of new businesses in Tennessee  grew more than 10 percent during the first quarter of 2018, compared to the same time last year, according to a new report released by the Secretary of … more
Barrett Painter has announced that he will open the Law Office of Barrett Painter PC, effective this week, at 140 North Ocoee St., Suite 103, just across from the Bradley County Courthouse.The firm … more
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