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RICHARD TAYLOR, who recently retired from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, is still active in other volunteer endeavors involving search and rescue.
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Two small quakes were reported in the area by the United States Geological Service during the weekend.
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KIWANIAN John Squires, left, invited Jamison Creel of Jerusalem School at Bethlehem, right, to speak at a recent Kiwanis Club of Cleveland luncheon.
13 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
At approximately 4 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to 2119 East 23rd Street for a pedestrian struck.
17 hrs ago | Super Chevy Magazine
When the C4 Corvette debuted for 1984, it was a fresh take on a well-established brand.
A young woman and young man both suffered injuries in falling some 30 feet at 317 N Palisades Dr. on Saturday night.
As voters have begun choosing which candidates could represent them in the Tennessee House of Representatives, the candidates running to serve the people of Bradley County have been mulling over the issues important to voters, including those related to the education of the state's children.
FSG BANK presented a generous check to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland. The two are developing a partnership for upcoming projects.
Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland talks with Rev. Walter "Chick" McGill and wife Barbara during a stop in his Walk Across America After nearly two years of planning, Rev.
The secretary of the SPCA Board of Directors has resigned his post, leaving behind a long list of accusations that another board member refutes and adds her own accusations that actions by the secretary were "illegal."
Danny Leigh Botts, 35, of Rossville was arrested July 10 on a charge of burglary.
Tennessee Highway Patrol confirmed the passenger killed in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 11 late Tuesday evening was a Riceville resident.
A man managed to survive after his car was practically cut in half after slamming into an 18-wheeler Wednesday in Cleveland, Tennessee.
"We're going to put our community first," is the mantra Dr. Bill Seymour is using as he continues his inaugural year as the president of Cleveland State Community College.
Flags over the city of Cleveland are flying at half staff. Mayor Tom Rowland says, they will remain that way for several days, in memory of Judge Bill Moss .
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Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 09:50 pm
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