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Randy Mayton, who is celebrating a birthday today … Dustin Curtis, who is celebrating a birthday on Monday. more
The program scheduled for today by the Ocoee Chapter, NSDAR, and the Cleveland Bradley History Branch, on the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower landing,  has been delayed. It will be … more
Preservation of Brown’s Tavern, a historic Chattanooga landmark, celebrated CHATTANOOGA — The future of a nine-acre historic property near Brown’s Ferry, whose history stretches back to before the founding of the City of Chattanooga, is secure, thanks to its purchase by the American Battlefield Trust. Earlier efforts to protect Brown’s Tavern were ultimately unsuccessful, but the Trust was able to muster donor support and matching grants from the federal American Battlefield Protection Program and the Tennessee Historical Commission’s Civil War Sites Preservation Fund to secure the site. The Trust anticipates transferring the land and historic structure, as well as two other properties previously purchased at Brown’s Ferry, to National Park Partners, the acclaimed friends group dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the six units of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. more
Roark-Conner reunion to meet virtually Sept. 25-27 more
Hannah Conway of Cleveland recognized on Georgia Southern University's President's List  more
Bendix workers diagnosed with cancer secure cash benefits from multiple private trusts Bendix plant workers employed before 1981 diagnosed with various cancers are entitled to special benefits. Lung cancer, esophageal cancer, laryngeal cancer, pharyngeal cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer, and mesothelioma are frequently caused by asbestos exposure. Asbestos-laced products were used for decades at Bendix. Neither employees nor management were aware of the asbestos risk. more
Southern Heritage Bank is a sponsor this year for the Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland’s Women Build. more
The following items were compiled by the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners — the Cleveland Banner, the Journal and the Journal and Banner. more
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