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Construction of Cleveland City Schools’ newest school, Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School, is reportedly going well, despite “one of the wettest Septembers in recent memory.” Brian … more
Teens Gather for Southern Region Teen Leadership Conference (SRTLC) in Crossville more
Plans Set for 31st Annual HALLOWEEN BLOCK PARTY more
On Thursday morning, Sept. 28, the Colonel Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, of Cleveland, presented one its first five First Responder Awards. These awards are presented annually to the individual who exemplifies the highest quality service in their field. This first award, presented to Captain Micah Akins of the Cleveland Fire Department, was presented by Bob George, past president of the Benjamin Cleveland Chapter SAR. Over his 19-year career with the Department, Akins has advanced through the ranks of engineer, lieutenant and now captain. He has demonstrated his outstanding abilities on and off duty. One of his more heroic efforts came when recently at his son’s basketball games, a referee collapsed on the court. more
  Lee University will welcome Australian artists For King & Country to continue its fall U-Church series, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center. “Over the past several years, For … more

Members of the Bradley County Commission’s Building and Land Committee took a closer look at old school buildings on Thursday, before making decisions on the future of the structures.

Cleveland City Schools is continuing to look at the process of rezoning in light of the new Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School opening its doors next year. Dr. Russell Dyer, director of … more
It was a reunion of sorts as parents and their young children filed into a local church sanctuary Thursday night to attend a gathering to discuss a possible temporary location for Westside Christian … more
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