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Lauren Simpson's fourth-grade class at Charleston Elementary took first place in Bank of Cleveland’s Painted Pumpkin competition. more
On Oct. 24, more than 200 supporters gathered to help celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Boys and Girls Club of Benton. Held each October, the event is hosted by the Ocoee … more
Cleveland watchsmith Harry Hysni will soon be locating his watch and clock shop alongside a new business venture by his daughter on South Lee Highway.Hysni received a setback variance from the … more
Foundation House Ministries, a local nonprofit organization which helps women facing unexpected pregnancies, is in need of the community's help as it continues its mission.Executive Director Suzanne … more
During the month of October, there are feline specials at the SPCA of Bradley County. Adult cats will be $35, kittens $50, or two kittens for $60. Adoptions will include spay/neuter, up to date vaccines including rabies, general dewormings, up to date on flea/tick prevention, a microchip with a lifetime registration, and 30 days of pet insurance. Every October cat adoption will also include a goody bag and a bag of cat food to get you started. The Owens family took advantage of this awesome special and added two fabulous felines to their family: "Happy Tails Britney" and "Dolly Purrton." more
Lee University will be host to an open house at the new School of Business building on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 3 to 5 p.m. for friends and neighbors in the community. “I think this building … more
The Bradley County Workhouse and second chances for inmates was the topic of conversation for the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce's Public Affairs Committee Friday morning.Probation … more
All site personnel remain employed at Wacker-Charleston as work continues following the Sept. 7 explosion.Mary Beth Hudson, vice president of Polysilicon and plant manager, said in a release the … more
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