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The city of Cleveland has been awarded more than $674,000 in a funding grant that will be used to construct and reconstruct portions of sidewalks along a major city thoroughfare, enabling the city to … more
Participants in the Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee program arrived in Cleveland on Sunday and have been on the go ever since. In addition to meeting with their host families, rehearsing their group fitness routine and other activities, they are also learning life skills that will benefit them not only in the competition but also in everyday life. more
All four candidates running for At-Large seats on the Cleveland City Council voiced support for the construction of an exit off Interstate 75 at Harrison Pike during an on-air debate broadcast … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a woman early Monday morning with attempted second-degree murder.The woman, Tera Miller, was arrested at 3 a.m., according to BCSO public … more
CorrectionA man who appeared in a photo that accompanied a story published Monday about the final mayoral debate between Rep. Kevin Brooks and Duane Schriver was misidentified. His name is Jeffrey … 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.

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Cleveland on Saturday, as part of his “Tax Credits to Put America First!” initiative. His appearance will take place on the Lee University … more
Bradley County Commissioner Charlotte Peak didn't get what she wanted at Monday's ad hoc committee meeting, but some clarification was approved.Peak wanted the commission to establish term limits for … more
Twenty Distinguished Young Women participants entertained, as well as made friends, with residents at Garden Plaza at Cleveland Senior Living Community Monday, during the second day of their weeklong … more
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