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There was a big crowd at Monday evening's Polk County Board of Education meeting at Benton Elementary.The school board received  a special program by the school's award-winning Junior Beta Club … more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday voted on final passage of an amendment to a city ordinance that removes a cap on the number of liquor licenses that can be issued by the city.In addition, the … more

Despite a little misting rain Monday afternoon, the United Way of the Ocoee Region celebrated downtown Cleveland’s latest mural with a dedication ceremony where “Cleveland: Founding Fathers. Favorite Sons. Outstanding Daughters.” was officially unveiled. 

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The Moore Building may be flattened into a parking lot in a few weeks.During a meeting of the Cleveland City Council Monday, Councilman Dale Hughes put forth a motion to vote to raze the structure, … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the first in a 3-part Monday series spanning the life, thoughts and beliefs of Cleveland Vice Mayor Avery Johnson. Although portions of the articles have been written by the … more
A heavy swarm of enrollments in the final week of registration pushed participation numbers in the taxpayer-friendly partial payment program to record levels, Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith … more
A "Mother and Son Extravaganza" hosted by Family Cornerstones will be held on Saturday, Feb. 16, as a continuing observance of Valentine's Day, according to an announcement by Chrissy Pugh, … more
Legislation to govern community oversight boards, Gov. Bill Lee’s rollout of a plan to build access to vocational and technical training, changes to Tennessee’s driver’s licenses and a fire … more
Lee University will open its spring U-Church series with the Ballet Magnificat! troupe on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center. The troupe will perform an original ballet, titled … more
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