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Dear Heloise: Yesterday, our HOA Board of Directors took a tour of our local wastewater plant. Let me tell you, it was quite an eye-opener. Flushable wipes should not be flushed down the toilet. They should be thrown in the trash, as they do not break down and can cause havoc in the sewer system. Clogged pipes can cause costly backups in your neighborhood and even in your home. more
Dear Annie: I am the proud owner of a flip cellphone, and I probably wouldn't have it if public telephones still existed. I use about 100 minutes a month and have sent, in my lifetime, no more than 300 text messages, most of them one or two words in response to a text sent to me. I use no data. I still use physical maps to navigate car trips. more
A Cleveland native was always interested in film and filmmaking, and now he has a hand in James Cameron's new film, "Avatar: The Way of Water.”Ben Murphy, 30, is an assistant editor on the highly … more
NEW SHOPPING PLAZA; SHONEY’S PLANS, TOO Plans for construction of Holiday Plaza and details of the upcoming Shoney’s Big Boy Restaurant were announced today by the developer, Cletus Benton. … more
He began his tenure at Lee College just over 27 years ago as a young journalism professor, and quickly moved into heading the department. Now, he will be moving on to working not only with one … more
Dear Annie: In 1996, I met a man while traveling. At the time, I was a single mom of three in a new city and state away from family. I was struggling with finances, child care and transportation. My family and I weren't close and had many disagreements, so I moved far away. When I arrived at my destination, this man got off with me and did not continue his journey. more
Dear Heloise: My wife and I have been reading your column for decades in the (Manchester) New Hampshire Union Leader. (Thank you for all the helpful hints.) I took particular interest in the letters you recently published regarding folks who feel they've been "ripped off" by auto mechanics and their shops. Please do not "paint" all auto technicians (mechanics) with such a broad brush. more
The Ridgewood Subdivision will again stage its “Night of the Luminaries” on Saturday, Dec. 17.The event at the subdivision, located off Freewill Road, will begin at 6 p.m. and go through 10 … more
String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will present Grammy Award-winners Jason Vieaux, guitar, and Timothy McAllister, saxophone, in … more
Dear Annie: I feel for the woman who is being ignored or criticized by her husband constantly and who wants out of the marriage. I'm in almost the exact same situation, with an unloving husband who … more
Dear Heloise: I've enjoyed your column for years and thought I'd share my hint for hanging Christmas lights in trees. I use my angled broom! The string of lights is held in the bristles of the broom, and the broom adds at least five feet to help me reach the branches. more
Lisa Geren has been involved in many projects in Cleveland and Bradley County, and now, she leads a group that helps many of those same projects.Geren is the executive director of the Community … more
Students from one of Lee University’s benevolence classes recently hosted the second annual Fall Field Day, an event for community youth with disabilities to participate in outdoor activities. This … more
It’s time to check off a big item on your bucket list…Alaska Discovery–Land and Cruise! more
Foundation House Ministries raised tens of thousands of dollars after the second annual Festival of Trees event in November. Dozens of decorated trees and gift baskets were auctioned off to event … more
Dear Annie: This letter describes my life experiences with bullies and how I managed to succeed.  more
Dear Heloise: Your column several weeks ago made some suggestions about gift ideas for older family members. In the 1960s, my parents made up a medium-sized box full of grocery items for my great-grandmother. They included single-serving canned vegetables, canned ham, tuna fish and spam. Since she was on a fixed income, this was sincerely appreciated. more
Events and activities at Cleveland Bradley County Public Library, for the week of Dec. 5-10. more
As the Christmas holiday nears, yuletide music is heard throughout the community, and Cleveland’s own concert band will join in the festivities Monday with a free Christmas program.The Cleveland … more
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