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CHATTANOOGA — The list of small businesses competing for Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union’s Idea Leap Grant is narrowing. The Idea Leap Grant selection committee has selected the … more
Dozens of people gathered together in Greenway Park  Thursday evening to pray for the families of this country and community. It was the local observance of Cry Out America, a national … more
Cleveland State Strikes Again, Enrollment Leaders For Second Straight Year more
The American Kennel Club Conformation Show was held this weekend at Tri-State Exhibition Center off Interstate 75. The show continues today from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The four-day event was hosted by … more

George R. Stuart Elementary School, which first opened in 1959, is getting ready to celebrate its 60th anniversary with a special event on Sept. 27.

Three local leaders attended a ceremonial bill signing this week in Nashville where Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee marked the enactment of a new law prohibiting the use of vaping products in certain areas … more

The Cleveland Fire Department will be commemorating the 50th year of operations conducted at Fire Station 4 on Keith Street during an open house on Saturday, Sept. 21.


The city of Cleveland will be closing a small section of 20th Street N.E., between Barney Lane and Holly Brook Circle on Wednesday, Sept. 18, for a bridge restoration project.

More than 135,000 school nurse visits were recorded last year in the Cleveland and Bradley County school systems.These statistics emphasize the importance of the Tennessee Coordinated School Health … more

When the doors of Ocoee Dam 3's spillways lifted Friday, there was a trickle of water downriver at first. Then the flow increased into a steady stream, transforming the rock-rock strewn river bed of the  Ocoee River into a whitewater wonder.

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