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Brookdale Cleveland is happy to announce that W.L. Shipman and Henrietta Hixson were named King and Queen at Brookdale’s Annual Valentine’s Party.  Both W.L. and Henrietta were nominated by other residents, associates and family members.  We are excited they were chosen! Congratulations W.L. and Henrietta! more
Jeremi Richardson will be a featured soloist for the “Red, Hot & Blue” presentation beginning Thursday at the George Johnson Cultural Center on the Cleveland State Community College campus. more
Local 1676 Retirees will meet Wednesday, Feb. 14, at noon at the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church. more
Charlie Craige will lead revival Sunday, 2 p.m., and Monday, 7 p.m., at Freedom Worship Church. more
Most of Bradley County's incumbent elected officials don't face ballot opposition for the county primary election on May 1. Unless there are successful write-in campaigns, the following current elected officials will retain their seats: more
Weichert Real Estate Affiliate Inc. continued to expand its franchise footprint with the addition of 44 new offices in 2017.This growth contributed to an 8 percent increase in national market … more
Each year a Dunlap Industries employee is recognized by their peers as the individual who has most consistently and extraordinarily demonstrated the willingness to do whatever it takes to satisfy the … more
Dee Johnston, owner of Cleveland's Tasteful Gatherings, has announced that Gerald Crawford is the new Executive Chef for the firm.Johnston said Crawford is a culinary graduate of Johnson and Wales, … more
Cleveland State Community College is now accepting new nursing students and is planning an event for those who might be interested in applying. The CSCC Nursing Department will be hosting a … more
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