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Signature Healthcare of Cleveland announced its Valentine's Day 2017 King and Queen — Victor Weston and Elizabeth Holmes. Holmes was presented with her royal crown and a lovely bouquet of flowers. … more
Five generations are shown in this photo. From left seated, Baby Isabella Danle; momth, Lenore Clift; standing left, great-grandmother, Debbie Mantooth; grandmother, Sherry Druwalter; and … more
From Staff Reports The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting its second open house next weekend. Sheriff Eric Watson said the open house will be on Feb. 26, from 2 to 4 … more
Sharon’s Adult Day Center, 5212 North Lee Hwy., will host a free support group meeting for caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia on Wednesday, from 5 to 6 p.m. For more … more
Lee University recently received a $20,000 grant from SunTrust Foundation to support and expand Lee’s financial literacy program. The check was presented to Lee University on Feb. 1. Financial … more
A $30,000 grant was recently awarded to CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties. The Jewelers for Children donation was to increase the number of volunteer advocates who represent the best interests of … more
The Charleston Calhoun Hiwassee Historical Society will hold its regular monthly meeting Sunday at 3 p.m. Bryan Reed will be the guest speaker. Reed is the Social Sciences Department chair and … more
The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 4572 recently made two donations to the Disabled American Veterans organization of Bradley County. The regular donation to the DAV was from funds raised by the … more
A partnership between Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland, Bradley County Mayor Gary Davis and Lee University’s Five for All campaign has led to the week of Feb. 19 being officially declared Mental … more
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