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Shoes for Orphan Souls is asking the Cleveland community to lend a helping hand, or a new pair of shoes, in what has been a challenging year for all. Now 21 years old, Shoes for Orphan Souls is … more
While analysts debate whether the COVID-19 pandemic is finally loosening its grip on the American economy, improved employment numbers in Bradley County could be a promising sign for the local … more
The early voting period reached its halfway point Saturday, with nearly twice as many Bradley Countians casting their ballots compared to the same time period in 2016. more
The movement began with a series of phone calls, emails and texts, along with a sense of shared outrage at the killing of George Floyd.But when a petition was posted online seeking the relocation of … more
Eight employees at Life Care of Copper Basin have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement by the Cleveland-based long-term nursing provider on Friday.The statement was released by Josh … more
Responding to the “extremely fluid situation” surrounding the reopening of Bradley County Schools, the local system has announced it will expand online options for students who might be leery of … more
While the focus on the coming school year is largely on how to deal with COVID-19 concerns, Cleveland City Schools officials are also moving forward with the usual back-to-school routine involving professional development and other aspects. more
 Four contractors at the Wacker Polysilicon plant in Charleston were injured on Friday while performing maintenance on non-operating equipment at one of the company’s process … more
Members of the Cleveland City Council, as well as Cleveland city staff, attended  ribbon-cutting ceremonies for two recently completed road projects in Cleveland.The ceremonies were conducted at … more
Lee University Athletic Director Larry Carpenter was the guest speaker at Thursday's noon meeting of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club.Carpenter discussed the many disruptions for the university's staff, as … more
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