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Harper Fuller, a 2019 graduate of Cleveland High School, has been awarded the fourth annual Jim Rush Scholarship for Public Service.Fuller plans to attend Auburn University in the fall with a major … more
A Cleveland woman was arrested for child neglect by the Cleveland Police Department Sunday after a vehicle in which she and her children were passengers was stopped for expired tags.According to a … more
Kona Ice is inviting Cleveland residents to fling at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Melissa Woody for a good cause.The shaved ice treat retailer will be presenting a Pie Fling from 10 … more
(Editor's Note: This is the third in a series exploring  the total health of Cleveland and Bradley County residents. While the series looks at the big picture of health, it also delves into … more
The staff of Medical Center Pharmacy and local school health leaders are asking for the community’s help to "Stock the Shelves for School Nurses."The pharmacy’s fourth annual school nurse supply … more
(Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of news stories exploring the total health of Cleveland and Bradley County residents. While the series looks at the big picture of health, it also … more
Cradling her autographed copy of former Vice President Joe Biden’s book, “Promise Me, Dad,” Cleveland resident Tanna Davis recounted the day she was invited to meet the current presidential … more
Anyone who has watched "National Lampoon’s European Vacation” may recall the difficulty Clark Griswold had negotiating the ins and outs of a multi-lane traffic circle in London.But just about … more
The financial impact of a property tax appraisal ratio was again the topic of discussion for the Bradley County Commission. more
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