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Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland has dedicated its fourth and final home for 2019. Single mother Brenda Walker received the keys to her new home Thursday evening. Her home, built in Habitat’s … more
A groundbreaking ceremony was held at Bradley County’s Freedom Park on Friday to kick off the construction of a new picnic pavilion with restrooms. The park, located off Spring Place Road near … more
Matt Ryerson, president and CEO of the United Way of the Ocoee Region, is hoping recent focus on people, whose incomes are above the poverty line but below “survival” levels, will result in more … more
Richie Hughes will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the His Hands Extended devotion at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. The public is invited to participate in the nondenominational devotion that features a speaker, prayer, gospel music and fellowship. more
“A talk about cancer and its effects on the family” will be topic of a presentation by Dr. Mary A. Hooks, surgical oncologist at Vanderbilt Medical Center, on Wednesday, 10 to 11 a.m., at the Cleveland Senior Center, 230 Urbane Road N.E.  ——— more
The 9th Annual Benton Arts and Crafts Heritage Day is Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., around the Polk County Courthouse Square in downtown Benton. more
While odors caused by methane emissions at Santek Waste Services-operated Bradley County Landfill have gradually dissipated over the past several months, residents in McDonald and portions of … more
The Rotary Club of Cleveland and Bradley Sunrise Rotary are partnering with Dunkin’ Donuts to distribute Purple Pinkie Donuts in recognition of World Polio Day on Thursday.According to Dwight … more
Joseph Smith, who is 47 today ... Reba Davis, who celebrated a birthday Saturday ... Kristie Gates, who will celebrate a birthday on Monday. more
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