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The "Young At Heart" group from Big Spring United Methodist Church will be meeting at 9 a.m. Thursday, at Old Fort Restaurant. more
THE PARENTS of these house wrens make many trips to the nesting box every day. This photo was shared by Jennifer Hardison on July 6, when the birds were about 11 days old. more
  JENNIFER HARDISON has seen this ruby-throated hummingbird she has named "Ruby" almost every day at least once for a week "so maybe she is here for the season. I have also seen her mate and … more
KELLY WELLS’ trio of photos offers a study of zinnias. more
Jerry Frazier today formally announced his candidacy for re-election to the 7th District seat on the Bradley County Board of Education. He asks that the voters at Cleveland High School and George R. … more
Currently serving on the Bradley County Board of Education representing District 1, longtime educator and community leader Nancy Casson has announced  her decision to run for re-election in … more
 Plant workers employed before 1981 diagnosed with various cancers are entitled to special benefits, according to a public statement by Norris Injury Lawyers.Lung cancer, esophageal cancer, … more
Dr. William “Bill” Estes was recently promoted to Distinguished Professor of Education by the Lee University Board of Directors. This title is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a member … more
A man and woman were arrested by the Cleveland Police Department after employees at a local hotel viewed the couple allegedly having an early morning tryst on a hotel patio.The incident took place at … more
Rainfall continues to be well above normal for 2020 in the Cleveland and Bradley County community.Precipitation numbers were included in a report to the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities in a … more
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