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A veteran legislator who has served in multiple committee and subcommittee leadership roles over the past eight years, state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) has been selected to chair the prestigious … more
(Editor's Note: This is the first in a two-part series covering the State of the City address delivered today by Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks, during a luncheon at the Cleveland Kiwanis Club. The … more
Transportation initiatives, including the long-sought Highway 60 widening project, dominated Wednesday's gathering of the Cleveland Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.In formal session, the MPO … more
On Dec. 11, the skies over Cleveland were filled with large birds, and in case you missed the trumpeting sound announcing their arrival or you didn’t happen to step outside, the sandhill crane … more
It was late in the morning in Austin, Texas, in 1966, when a lone gunman ascended the stairs of the Main Building Tower high above the University of Texas at Austin campus, where he began his attack … more
Local law enforcement officials spoke Tuesday to the Rotary Club of Cleveland, focusing on a spirit of cooperation. more
The city of Charleston is looking to grow, possibly by annexation.Mayor Walter Goode and Commissioners Frankie McCartney and Donna McDermott of the the 1-square-mile municipality discussed this … more
The 111th Tennessee General Assembly opened its first session Tuesday for a swearing in of its new and returning members, as well as to elect its new leaders.State Rep. Mark Hall (R-Cleveland) and … more
A Hamilton County Jail inmate who was apprehended in Bradley County after escaping the Hamilton County Jail is currently being held in the Bradley County Jail on escape charges, as well as felony … more
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