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NEW ADVOCATES for CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties were recently sworn in. From left are advocate manager Natalie Barrionuevo, Sabra Struermer, Judge Ashley Gaither, Caitlyn Hill, Marissa Clayton and Vicki Petzko. Brenda Philips also completed the training, but was unavailable for the photo. more
Tennova Healthcare – Cleveland goes red for women to bring awareness about the startling fact that heart disease is the number one killer of women. According to the American Heart Association, … more
Lee University’s Presidential Concert series will present Helen Huang, piano, and Paul Huang, violin for a performance on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall.    Known … more
Munday and Jennifer Martin will speak Saturday, 6 p.m., for the Hearts Awakened Conference at Fairhaven Ministry and Counseling Center, 699 Blue Springs Church Road S.E. more
Carl Towns to perform Friday at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee more
Donna Malone and Robin (Hall) Rock, who are celebrating their birthday today … more
Cleveland Urban Area Transit System will be closed on Monday, Feb. 17, for Presidents’ Day. CUATS will reopen on Tuesday. more
Eliminating two planned roundabouts from the Inman Street Corridor streetscaping project will free up funds for other improvements downtown, including the Inman Street Bridge underpass where several … more
The city of Cleveland will reapply for a United States Department of Transportation “Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development Grant" this year. However, Cleveland City Manager … more
The revival scheduled for this week at Prospect Church of God, 2220 Harrison Pike, has been postponed. The heavy amounts of rain put attendees at risk for flooded roads. ——— more
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