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(Editor’s Note: This is the fifth in a series examining transportation and traffic issues in Cleveland. Today’s installment takes a look at traffic-calming measures that are planned for Inman … more
Retired Whirlpool employee Allen Vines sat in his Ford pickup truck on a hot August day in downtown Cleveland recently as a heavy equipment operator tore down a section of Whirlpool Plant 2.As he … more
Deane Lee provided the photo. more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared this photo of a hummingbird enjoying some summer blossoms. more
(Editor’s Note: This the fourth in a series examining transportation and traffic issues in Cleveland. Today’s installment takes a look at alternative and public transportation.)Cleveland resident … more
The Cleveland Board of Education is looking at the possibility of purchasing additional land in front of the new Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School. The school is located at 4445 … more
Cleveland’s newest educational institution, Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School, welcomed its very first group of students as the city school district kicked off the 2019-20 school year on … more
Photos of 19 former Bradley County trustees now adorn a space in the Trustee’s Office “as a testament to their dedication and integrity as public servants.” more
Debate, rebuttal, comment and counter-comment regarding the property tax increase approved last month by the Bradley County Commission may have come to a conclusion. more
There are no business items for tonight’s Bradley County Commission voting session meeting. However, the consent agenda includes six requests from the Bradley County Road Department to dispose of assets. more
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