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The Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals met in a special called session Tuesday at the Municipal Building.The following item was passed:• Request by Richard Watson for a conditional use review of an … more
On a day when scoring conditions were tough, Haverly Harrold protected her home course taking home medalist honors and guiding the No. 11 Lee women's golf team to a second-place finish at the South … more
After the District 5-AAA volleyball tournament was a straight repeat last year, only one thing is different for this year's Region 3 event, which tips off Monday evening in Cookeville.Like 2017, … more
Martha R. Hoisington, 91, of Cleveland, died Sunday, July 22, 2018 at a local health care facility. more
National Night Out, the annual community-building campaign, is hosting a potluck celebration on Aug. 7, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at Water’s Edge Apartments, formerly known as Springbrook Apartments. … more
Last year Walgreens agreed to buy more than 1,900 Rite Aid stores and three distribution centers for $4.4 billion, a deal that leaves Rite Aid a much smaller chain operating in eight … more
The City of Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals met for its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, in the Municipal Building.The board approved the following items:• A request by Robert D. Burns for … more
Four people were injured in a two-car crash on APD 40 Monday night, near the Coca-Cola plant. All four were taken to the hospital, with one flown via Life Force helicopter. more
George Martel, 89, of Cleveland passed away Thursday, September 13, 2018. more
Cleveland residents attending a public meeting regarding a sidewalk construction project in the Dalton Pike/Wildwood Avenue area expressed frustration with city officials that the city was not doing … more
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