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For 18 straight years, Southern Heritage Bank has hosted its “Cleveland Helping Cleveland” food drive to help United Way of the Ocoee Region’s partner agencies and The Caring Place stock their pantries for the coming year. The bank will continue that tradition this Nov. 6 through Nov. 10. more
Local high school students discovered the wonders of manufacturing Friday as they wrapped up their participation in Cleveland Associated … more
Joe Washington will be the speaker on Wednesday for the His Hands Extended Ministries' weekly morning devotion.Washington is stepping in for Dr. Paul Conn, who will be attending the funeral of Helen … more
For many years, those of us in law enforcement have stressed the importance of keeping impaired drivers off our roads. Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, can, and … more
On Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Museum Center at Five Points, the Friends of the Library will present an evening of theatrical intrigue at … more
“The Future of Peace” is the topic for the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Local youngsters — ages 11 to 13 —will be able to express their creativity and view of peace in a program sponsored by the Cleveland Lions. more
Banner photo, DANIEL GUY100 Black Men Health Fair-3Banner photo, DANIEL GUY100 Black Men Health Fair-4Banner photo, DANIEL GUY100 Black Men Health Fair-5Banner photo, DANIEL GUY100 Black Men Health … more
Lee to host annual Missions Week Lee University will host “Dee Lavender Missions Week”  Monday through Friday  to raise funds for the Phebe Grey Orphanage in Liberia, Africa, for a … more
The Cleveland State Debate Team has something to smile about. It recently returned from two tournaments with three trophies. The team attended the Smoky Mountain Debate Tournament at Walter’s … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn: more
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