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By TIM SINIARDStaff WriterEverything seems to be falling into place at Charleston’s Wacker Polysilicon after the plant experienced a plant expansion, followed by job cuts due to a trade dispute … more
Cleveland's Jetport has been significantly successful in its short life, even being selected as Tennessee's Airport of the Year in its infancy.The success and continued growth continue to keep the … more
“There's nothing that I want or need that I can't find right here.” Those are the words of Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mike Griffin of all the offerings … more
Appliance Credit Union is a longtime fixture in the part of downtown Cleveland which was once dominated by manufacturing facilities for Whirlpool and its predecessors. However, as the landscape … more
Bank of Cleveland, which has been in operation for more than 32 years, is continuing to serve the Cleveland community as the only bank which is completely locally owned and operated. The bank … more
While many local residents can list new restaurants they would like to see in Cleveland, the city did see many new restaurants open in 2019. More than a dozen new eateries are scattered … more
Wake up, kids! You’ll miss the walking school bus! It has been a productive year at City Fields, the community development corporation that has been working to revitalize Cleveland’s … more
A Progress Facebook poll of needed businesses more
Will Cleveland Utilities be expanding sewer service outside of the city limits? Yes, but it’s complicated. The rule of thumb is this: if a property lies between two boundary lines, the … more
Life Care Centers of America continues fundraising tradition in 2019 By Kristina Kaldenbach more
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