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Dear Annie: I have been married to my wife for 25 years, and I love her so very much. When we first met, she had two young boys, ages 2 and 7, and for the most part I helped raise them with her. In the late '90s and early 2000s, we traveled around the country with our business. The boys went back to their father's for a few years. When we sold the business, they came back to live with us. We found them to have changed. They were into drugs and gangster lifestyles. They are now 30 and 35 years old. The older son, "Tim," has carved out a wonderful life. But the 30-year-old, "Robby," has continued doing drugs. A few years ago, we agreed to take him in to see if we could help. He's still here. more
Cleveland High School is accepting nominations for its 10th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame.Starting in 2013, the CHS Alumni Hall of Fame has celebrated significant achievements by alumni and connected … more
Held at the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points last week, the Great American Breakfast brought together community leaders to celebrate the past year of stewardship to Cleveland and Bradley … more
Dear Heloise: I was reading your column about getting rid of stains in pots, and I was thinking about the easy way I do it. Before you go to sleep, fill the pot with pure hot water to the top and leave it overnight. The next day, you will see that there are no stains. Good luck! — Kamal Banki, via email more
For more information on the library, its resources, and events, visit, search Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on social media, or call 423-472-2163. more
Dear Heloise: I just figured out an excellent way to wash the exterior of windows! All you need is a paint roller with the long-handle attachment as well as a paint tray to hold the washing liquid of your choice. Then, for drying, you just need a squeegee that also has a long handle. more
Dear Annie: I have been going to a particular church religiously for over 30 years. During the pandemic, I realized that my relationship with God isn't defined by my church attendance, and I found a really great practice of getting to know a God of my understanding through readings, prayer, meditation and attending 12-step meetings to address my overeating and having grown up in an alcoholic home. I feel my relationship with God is more intimate than ever. more
According to Thomas Crye, “People tell me I have lived an incredible life, but I don’t know if ‘incredible’ is the word I would use." more
Dear Annie: I have a family estrangement issue. It all started when a 44-year-old woman contacted my older brother on a DNA site. I immediately wrote her and acknowledged paternity and expressed a strong desire to establish a long-term relationship. She seems to be a very nice person. more

Dear Readers: Here's an easy way to melt semi-sweet chocolate chips, to use as frosting for a cake or as decorations on cookies. Keep the chips in the bag they come in, place the bag into a bowl of hot water and knead until the chips are melted. Then, just cut a small hole across one corner of the bag and drizzle the chocolate right from the bag onto the cookies or cake. No mess to clean up. — Heloise

More than 500 people participated in the Great Strides/65 Roses walk/run event this weekend, raising more than $60,000 for cystic fibrosis research.This was the 22nd year the event has been held … more
More than 300 students from 18 colleges and universities across the southeast traveled to Cleveland for the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave, which was hosted by the Cleveland State Community College … more
"Turn around … every now and then I get a little bit lonely."The lyrics to Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of The Heart" must run through the minds of every performer on NBC's "The Voice," and for … more
Dear Heloise: I just read the article in your column about how to organize your closet. As the mom of a young child, I needed to be very organized. On Sunday afternoons, I would take out my ironing board and go through my closet to select five outfits for the week. If anything needed pressing, I did it then. I chose which jewelry I wanted to wear with the individual outfits, put them into individual sandwich bags and hung them on the hanger with the outfit they went with. more
Dear Annie: Let me start off by saying I got married at 19 and divorced at 24. My ex-husband and I had three kids during this time, two females and one male. I got remarried at 26 and had a son. My second husband already had three girls from previous relationships. One of his girls I have never met because her mom moved to Texas, however, his other daughters and I get along great. more

BEGIN COURTHOUSE DEMOLITION TODAY: They started tearing down the courthouse today. The first actual demolition of the building, which has played a part in many local dramas, came when a workman removed the cornerstone with sledgehammer and chisel. 

Dear Annie: I just read today's "Second Chance Daughter" column about "putting away the bitterness, regret and anger of growing up with an abusive mom." Her dad wasn't much better; he deliberately … more
Some of these students will go on to make history, but for now … they are history!Entering the Arnold Memorial Elementary School auditorium on Thursday, March 16, a host of second-graders in … more

MARCH 1969: FOUR MEN ARRESTED, CHARGED IN OLIN PLANT MERCURY THEFT — An Atlanta man and three Chattanooga men were arrested in Charleston early today and charged in connection with the larceny of liquid mercury from the Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

Legacy Senior Living and Legacy Village of Cleveland will serve as a premier sponsor for the 65 Roses 5K race, hosted by Lee University, to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. More than $1.2 … more
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