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THE LAUREN ASHLEY Salon held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony recently in Cleveland. The salon is located in the old Spot Restaurant location at 45 North Ocoee Street in downtown … more
Logan-Thompso has announced Tim Hewitt as a new member of the law firm. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi in 2013, and has served as an Assistant Public … more
THE CLEVELAND/BRADLEY County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting at the Rose Boutique. The new business is located on Sunset Drive N.W. in Cleveland. Owner Kim deRoos said "We add new … more
Ed Coates shared this photo of a lunar moth, which was sitting on a pine tree in his yard. He pointed out the “four markings that resemble eyes and keep away predators.” more
Gabriel Gonzalez shared this photo of an imperial moth. more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared this photo of a Eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly inside a rose of Sharon blossom. more
The Bradley County Board of Education has extended the contract of Bradley County Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash. She is now expected to serve the school district for the next four … more
Lee University officials are moving forward with plans to turn the track at Ocoee Middle School into track fit for an NCAA track and field program.  The Bradley County Board of Education … more
A member of Gov. Bill Lee's staff has confirmed to Cleveland Daily Banner sources  that the governor will attend next week's historic groundbreaking ceremonies for the Bradley County Tennessee … more
U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn visited Cleveland Wednesday to tour a local surgery center to learn more about how such facilities can not only provide excellent care, but also save Tennesseans million of … more
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