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The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2023, with a slate of special events and activities planned throughout the year. more
Dear Heloise: I don't have a "one tip fits all" for servers, so I decide on the spot. Food servers have always been known for making low wages and surviving just on tipping. If I get good service, I tip them good. With all the "Help Wanted" signs on doors and windows, and the few workers inside, I sometimes tip 20% or more to those willing to work. Many deserve it. more
Dear Annie: One of my good female friends graduated from a rival college of mine. We love talking smack about who has a better football team. When her school loses games, I gloat. One time this year, I said her school had zero chance of winning against my school. I did this level of trash-talking for two months, practically daily. more
When small business owner, Michelle Chastain, started taking classes at Cleveland State Community College in 2019, she didn’t realize that soon her two daughters would be joining her. Now, her … more
Dear Annie: I am a 19-year-old woman who can't stop thinking about this guy, "Charles." He has been picked on for his appearance, but I think he has pretty eyes and nice hands, plus a knack for … more
Dear Heloise: I just read your column with the letter from Frank and Carol H., in Milford, Delaware, concerning scam calls. I am 84 and retired, and those calls are a nice respite from watching TV. … more
On Christmas night in 1776, George Washington crossed the Delaware River to wage a surprise attack against the Hessian mercenaries serving King George III.Some 247 years later, Noah Sims, a … more

SUNDAY | Jan. 1 — New Year’s Day — CLOSED. Library materials will not accrue late fees for this day. Normal hours resume Monday, Jan. 2.

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Lee University recently received a $1,000 grant from the Neighborhood Walmart in Hixson. Students from multiple Benevolence classes used the grant to conduct a food drive at Oak Grove Elementary … more
DECEMBER 1948 — A fire of undetermined origin early Saturday morning destroyed the home of H.C. (Cap) Giles, veteran Cleveland police officer, on Dalton Pike about a mile beyond the city limits.  more
Last year, Tyson Leamon won the Tennessee Songwriters qualifying round held in Cleveland, then the showcase round in Knoxville and eventually got to play at the famous Bluebird Cafe in … more
Dear Heloise: When I am cooking on the stove and want to add a bit more oil to a pan, particularly to a frying pan, I am always afraid of slippage that may cause me to overpour, until I thought of a plan. I put several rubber bands around my olive oil and canola oil bottles for a nonslip grip. Sure enough, no more fear of slippage. — Priscilla Zanni, Vancouver, Washington more
Dear Annie: My daughter and son-in-law moved from Pennsylvania, where I live, to North Carolina to be close to his family. They moved without giving me any real notice. My daughter had mentioned they might be moving, but I did not find out for sure until the day before they moved. more
SUNDAY | Dec. 25Christmas Day — CLOSED Library materials will not accrue late fees for this day. Normal hours resume Tuesday, Dec. 27. MONDAY | Dec. 26Day After Christmas — … more
A local veteran has been wrapped in appreciation, through the Quilts of Valor program. more
James Stroud and his daughter Tiffany were the first in line at the Angel Tree distribution Thursday, and said the program will make their Christmas so much better because of the generosity of others … more
Alyssa Ownby and Colin Henry  of Shenandoah Baptist Academy were recently recognized for their patriotism by the local Veterans of Foreign Wars' post. Eighth-grader Ownby won the first round of … more
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