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Cleveland, Tennessee is located in Bradley County. Zip codes in Cleveland, TN include 37311, 37320, and 37323. The median home price in Cleveland is $152,900 which is roughly $76/per square foot. More Cleveland information.

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1 hr ago | Chattanoogan.com

Fleischmann Says He Has $640,000 Cash On Hand, Says It Is Almost $275,000 More Than Wamp

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann announced today his first-quarter fundraising has provided his re-election campaign with $640,000 cash on hand, which he said is almost $275,000 more than his opponent, Weston Wamp.

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6 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

Preston Custer, 24, Arrested On Multiple Burglary Charges In Cleveland

Cleveland Police Department patrol units responded to a burglary at Bowman Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church at 300 Westview Drive NE in Cleveland on Monday morning.

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8 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Against Former Bradley Inmate Who Said...

The Tennessee Court of Appeals has ruled against a former inmate at the Bradley County Jail, who filed suit saying he was released early so the county would not have to pay his medical expenses.

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13 hrs ago | Cleveland Daily Banner

Employee nominates Cormetech for 2014 Freedom Award

COURTNEY MOORE, center, nominated Cormetech for the Employer Support Guard and Reserve Freedom Award.

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18 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

Cleveland City Board Of Education Approves 10 Percent Budget Cut; 2% Raises Eliminated

The Cleveland City School Board on Monday, faced with lower revenues, approved a 10 percent cut in the upcoming 2014-2015 general fund budget.

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21 hrs ago | Chattanooga Times Free Press

Wiedmer: Sam Wyche lends hurry-up help to Trousdale School

CLEVELAND, Tenn. - Recognizing his center's somewhat superior intellectual skills in that long-ago summer of 1968, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Sam Wyche often leaned on University of Tennessee great Bob Johnson for help when calling audibles for the expansion franchise.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Chattanoogan.com

Cleveland City Council Considers Creating Underprivileged Children's Home

Cleveland resident Stacy Hayes presented a plan to the Cleveland City Council to create a children's home for underprivileged children under 10. He said the property he wants to use, the old McKenzie home, is around 800 feet outside of city limits, meaning it would not have access to city sewer lines.

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Iroquois Capital to add second office as firm eyes more growth

Iroquois Capital Group, a Nashville-based merchant and investment banking firm, plans to open a second office location and launch a retirement services business in Cleveland, Tenn., according to President and CEO Mike Koban.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Life has taught Johnny Hooker the value of supporting others

Family values taught at an early age are why one local man is passionate about volunteer service.

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Chattanoogan.com

Fire Damages Home On Hoyt Street

Chattanooga firefighters responded to a house fire at 3505 Hoyt Street around 2:30 p.m. on Monday, on Hoyt Street.

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Chattanoogan.com

Big Dog Bonanza Adoption At SPCA Continues Through May 4

The Big Dog Bonanza adoption at SPCA of Bradley County continues through the shelter's grand opening event on Sunday, May 4. As part of the Big Dog Bonanza, adoption fees are $25 for any dog weighing more than 40 pounds.

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Chattanoogan.com

Bradley County Commissioners Discuss Award Of $4.5 Million Federal Grant

During a Bradley County Commission working session, Cleveland resident and commission candidate Dan Rawls said he would like "to draw some attention" to the $4.5 million federal grant being awarded to the Bradley County School system.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Lee history students offer visit of historic Centenary, Harle and Oak homes

Special to the Banner In what has become a regular part of Cleveland's welcoming of spring, on Saturday, April 26, Lee University's Department of History will present the 8th Annual Tour of Historic Homes on Centenary Avenue, Harle Avenue and Oak Street near downtown Cleveland.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Run Now Relay begins trek

The Run Now Relay team is currently making good on its promise to traverse 1,075 miles from Cleveland to Boston after the 26 runners and support crew launched from the courthouse Saturday morning.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Chattanoogan.com

Police Say Man, 26, Had Group Sex With Underage Girls

Police said a 26-year-old Hixson man had group sex with underage girls at his apartment on Plaza Hills Lane.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Aranda Smith is pursuing her dream at CSCC

Aranda Smith's community college experience has been a journey to finish what she started and to make goals for the future that could include bright lights and a big city.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

MainStreet plans Downtown Dine Around

Downtown Cleveland boasts nine restaurants of variety and quality ranging from fine dining to a quick bite, from new businesses to historic locations.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Adam Scales, president and co-founder of Servant's Heart Jamaica...

Adam Scales, president and co-founder of Servant's Heart Jamaica Inc., spoke to the Cleveland Civitan Club Wednesday.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Jones to keep negotiating for Hardwick

In the wake of a disappointing U.S. Bankruptcy Court ruling that lowers his expense reimbursement proposal should he fail to acquire Hardwick Clothes Inc., Cleveland businessman Allan Jones on Friday offered some reassurances to the company's stressed workforce.

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Cleveland Daily Banner

Singing Echoes

The Grammy nominated Singing Echoes will be singing on April 18 at Garden Plaza and Life Care Center of Cleveland.

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Freeze Warning for Bradley County was issued at April 16 at 2:36AM CDT

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