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Dianna Ball Calfee, a lifelong resident of Bradley County, announced her intention to run for re-election to the Bradley County Board of Education, for the 4th District, including Michigan Avenue, … more
Hampton Drive Baptist Church will have homecoming on June 3. Ordained will sing in the 11 … more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Ocoee Region are spreading out... all across the Ocoee Region.Executive Director Derrick Kinsey was the guest speaker at this past week's Cleveland Kiwanis Club … more
The Cleveland Board of Public Utilities delayed implementation of a grid access charge that was recently announced by the Tennessee Valley Authority until it could further consult with the agency.The … more
The Tennessee Supreme Court has granted an appeal in connection to a lawsuit between the city of Cleveland and Bradley County that has undergone a circuitous path through the court system.The case … more
BECKY WRIGHT, from J.O.Y. School (Jesus first, Others second, Yourself last) accepted a donation from Cleveland Civitan's President Joan Brown for a summer program for young students with … more
Tennessee Wesleyan University, which is based in Athens, is promoting an adult bachelor’s degree completion program with classes which meet in Cleveland. Amanda Gentry, director of … more
Now that school is officially out for the summer, progress on the new academic building at Lake Forest Middle School is expected to speed up. The school currently consists of more than a dozen … more
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