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THE ART the Valley View students painted, featuring Cleveland's historical buildings, was on display at the school before being transferred to the Bank of Cleveland. People can bid on the artwork through Facebook until May 5.

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PHOTOS OF Cleveland's historical buildings were sketched onto canvases by Cleveland Lewis Group Architects' managing principal Doug Caywood, who says the students were meticulous in their attention to detail with the paintings and wanted their art to be as faithful to the actual buildings as possible.

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CORINNE ANGULO, a staff associate at Deli Boys, informs customers of the variety of fresh food options available at the restaurant, prepared by Neill MaGee, executive chef.

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TEST YOUR LIMITS with a 25, 50 or 100K bike ride at the Cleveland Circuit Ride event on Saturday. All proceeds will go to benefit Family Promise of Bradley County in support of homeless families.

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EXECUTIVE CHEF Neill MaGee grills onions and peppers to go on Deli Boys steak and cheese sandwiches, a fan favorite and top seller.

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THE LAUREATE ALPHA Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi recently met for lunch at Five Points Café. From left are Linda Parkinson, Connie Spencer, Becky McMahan, Sherry C. Torp, Billie Ammons, Johnell Knoop and Diane Ramsey.

From THE LAUREATE ALPHA Xi   |   4/25/19

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THE FIRST MAINSTREET CRUISE-IN of the season kicks off this Saturday, in the downtown area around the courthouse. Bring the family out to enjoy classic cars, local food and a good time.

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A YOUNG STUDENT enjoys coloring the walls of one of Cleveland's many historical buildings in his art class at Valley View Elementary.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

CERTIFIED-ANGUS BEEF is what you'll find on a steak and cheese made at Deli Boys in Cleveland.

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THE DEPARTMENT of Human Services's Krista Gale spoke to the South East Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind at its latest meeting about services for the blind and visually impaired's independent living program. From left, first row, are Krista Gale, guest speaker; Joe McDonald; Mandy Dixon; and Christy O'Dell, president, with guide dog Wiggles. In the second row are Chris Lashlee; Jackie Holmes; Faheem Bengazi, vice president; Jill Taylor; and Maria Scoggins.

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NEILL MAGEE, executive chef at Deli Boys, has worked in kitchens throughout his life. Starting at age 4, he says he used to help his mother cook by standing on a chair over the stove.

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NATE ROSE, a rapper originally from Cleveland, just released his newest LP titled "The Nefarious Few," which highlights people who've come and gone throughout his life. Each of the eight songs features a different "nefarious" figure, who he says has each left a wicked impression on his life.

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