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A Cleveland Utilities crew was dispatched to the Bates Pike/Ayers Drive area Monday, for a very short power outage incident resulting from local storm activity. The outages resulted when a … more
Fairhaven Ministries, 1807 Blythe Ave S.E., will host “Moving Into Your Spiritual Harvest” Friday at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 423-650-0483. ——— Evening Light Gospel … more
The Poteet Family and Friends Reunion will be Saturday, May 27, at the Delano Lions Club, from noon to 6 p.m. Bring food, drinks, chairs, your musical instruments, outdoor play gear, family pictures, … more
The Chattanooga Zoo is proud to announce the addition of a new Honduran milk snake to its collection. This snake was generously sponsored by Janie and Allan Jones of Cleveland on behalf of their … more
Cleveland’s Historic Preservation Commission met Tuesday evening at the municipal building, approving two requests submitted by Historic District residents. The two reviews were fairly … more
State Rep. Kevin Brooks (R-Cleveland) said Tuesday night it was “good to be home” after a whirlwind session of the General Assembly in Nashville. Brooks addressed the monthly meeting of … more
Suicide may be a taboo conversation topic in some circles, but not talking about it does not help prevent it. That was the assessment of panelists at the Tennessee Suicide Prevention … more
The statewide Tennessee Promise scholarship program is seeing some pretty good results, officials say. Leaders with tnAchieves, the organization which facilitates the program in much of the … more
Cleveland Bradley County Public Library board members heard and ultimately accepted a parking lot proposal from Lee University during Tuesday’s board meeting. Having already created an ad … more
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