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I was excited to wear my new dress. It was slimming, I thought: all black and covered with flounces from the neckline to the hemline. I wore it with high heels  — which I rarely wear … more
To the Editor: This is an open letter to national columnist Carrie Classon regarding “Bad jokes” (A4, Jan. 5). Thanks for your comments. I would like you to comment on the millions of illegals … more
A Cleveland City Council member wants to stiffen the penalty for illegal tire dumping. Such a measure is long overdue. Cleveland Councilwoman Marsha McKenzie, who represents the tire-dump-plagued … more
The new year is when we take stock.In some cases, like my husband Peter’s, this is literal. He keeps an inventory of our canned goods and chastises me if I mess up his inventory.“Did you mark off … more
By now you have digested the news that your hometown newspaper is converting to mail delivery Feb. 1. At the same time, we are moving our print publication days from the current Wednesday, Friday and … more
Have you ever noticed that when famous people issue statements, or answer difficult interview questions, they often say the same things? It’s almost as if they share a rulebook, filled with … more
A recent survey of motorists commissioned by Erie Insurance unveiled some secrets about American driving habits — especially during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic — that were neither … more
On my way to my office not too long ago, I was passed by a Maserati, which was immediately followed by a Tesla.That’s a pretty rare sight around here. Fewer than 10 seconds later, I passed … more
To the Editor: The person who leaves messages from “The Visionary Missionary” about the End of Days and Elon Musk receiving a golden crown because he is the “antichrist” is an example of … more
My Uncle Andy recently turned 90, and it was hard to imagine what a guy would like for his 90th birthday. At 90, getting a lot of new stuff doesn’t sound very appealing. Andy is in the … more
Whether the recent announcement of another festival dedicated to cuisine might qualify Bradley County as an official “foodie” comes with debate, but the potential of the “Hot Slaw and Art … more
Christmas 2021 is in the books and now we look toward a new year. I never imagined growing up there would ever be a year 2022, I was happy with the '60s. Shortly before Christmas, I was sitting … more
With the merciful arrival of 2021 more than 12 months ago, most Cleveland and Bradley County residents hoped for the best; after all, anything the new year offered had to be better than the year … more
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Or is it a place where people coming from outside can be embraced as leaders in a short period of time?  I have heard it argued both ways.    On one hand, some consider Cleveland … more
I don’t consider myself to be shallow, but I’m like a lot of swimming pools. I have a shallow end. Lots of people have a shallow end, and nothing exposes that more than the newest trend … more
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