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While he also could be considered a famous person in the local area, longtime TV news anchor and education advocate David Carroll noted the Chattanooga and Cleveland region has hosted its share of … more
The MainStreet Christmas Parade was a beautiful success Saturday evening.The winners in the float divisions were announced by Sharon Marr, executive director of MainStreet Cleveland.They are as … more
Calendar Year 2020’s greatest gift to Cleveland and Bradley County residents — and arguably the entire state and nation — came with its Dec. 31 close; in a word, it ended.Mercifully so, most … more
The attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, led many young Americans to enlist in the Armed Forces. While joining the Army, Navy, Marines or Air Force may have lessened since then, except in times of … more
Spring Branch Industrial Park’s Cannon Automotive Solutions expects to reach full production by early next year, according to Doug Berry, vice president for economic development at the … more
By AUTUMN HUGHES Staff Writer more
CHEROKEE DISTRICT of Ruritan National recently held its awards program. Zone 1 Gov. Bryan Frye, left, accepts the McDonald/Black Fox Community Service Award from Linda Melton, District governor, and John Patterson, awards chairman. The club won gold honors in Business and Professions, Environment, Public Service, and Citizenship and Patriotism, and silver for Social Development. more
The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will meet on Monday, Dec. 6, at 5:30 at the Administrative Office Building, 4300 Mouse Creek Road N.W.———The Bradley County Democrats will be … more
Day 5 of the Empty Stocking Fund’s “10 Days of Giving” campaign pushed this year’s $150,000 fundraising goal to the halfway mark, with more than $7,000 donated from generous local residents … more
Belinda Conner, who is celebrating a birthday today ... Brittany and Kevin Cannon, who are celebrating their first anniversary today.   more
In the world of Christmastime giving, Thursday morning's overwhelming community response to the Empty Stocking Fund's fourth day of its "10 Days of Giving" campaign might best be described as a … more
As the Southeast region focuses much of its attention on the holiday season, the area’s blood supply is anything but merry. Blood Assurance currently has less than a one-day supply of … more
Active cases of COVID-19 have slightly increased in Bradley County following the Thanksgiving holiday and amid concerns about the new omicron variant of the virus. Bradley County’s active … more
A Thanksgiving Day running event capped a year-long celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway. More than 400 runners and walkers took part in one of three race … more
The Tennessee Department of Education announced 2021 graduation rates recently, showing Bradley County Schools is one of 37 school districts that improved this year. Bradley County Schools … more
In an era when electronics always dominate the Christmastime rage, it’s also a year when hiccups in the supply chain and microchip shortages — blamed on COVID-19 — are making it harder to find … more
Hailey Johnston, founder and president of Free2Fly, the nonprofit organization that has strengthened downtown Cleveland’s retail sector — while also empowering women who have endured homelessness … more
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