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Tuesday, May 21 BASEBALL TSSAA State Tournament in Murfreesboro At Oakland HS Bradley Central (22-14) vs. Riverdale (25-12), 5 Arlington (18-16) vs. Independence (25-11), 7:30 At … more
Tuesday, May 21 COLLEGE BASEBALL 10:30 a.m. SEC — SEC Tournament: Florida vs. Texas A&M, First Round 2 p.m. SEC — SEC Tournament: Missouri vs. Ole Miss, First Round 5:30 … more
CLEVELAND STATE golfer Colbe Cagle began Division II National Championship play this morning at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, Ind. Cagle placed 11th overall April 24 at the District J Championships … more
High School Baseball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 9-3 22-14 Soddy-Daisy 8-4 23-13 East Hamilton 9-3 23-12 Cleveland 6-6 15-12 Ooltewah 4-8 … more
BASEBALLLEE SUMMERBASEBALL CAMPSLee University baseball will host a pair of day camps at Olympic Field. The first will be June 3-6 for ages 5-15 with daily sessions from 9 a.m. until noon. the cost … more
The fourth Monday in May is set aside as a federal holiday that is currently known as Memorial Day. With its beginning traced back to the Civil War era, it was previously known as Decoration Day. At … more
Tenth Judicial District Circuit Court Judge J. Michael Sharp recently told the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club that this area’s courts are busier than many people realize. “I had this vision of … more
It is with great sadness that we announce, Johnny Lee Gregg, of Cleveland, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, went to heaven on Saturday, May 18, 2019, at the age of 78, following a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. more
Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas told attendees at MainStreet Cleveland's annual membership luncheon Monday that they should expect lots of changes downtown over the next two years as the city … more
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