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Waiting outside Cleveland State Community College's library doors Saturday were eager children and parents sharing talk and cheery smiles.
Bob and Mildred Easterly loved Cleveland and Bradley County, giving of their time and finances to help so many in their times of need.
Judge Larry Puckett of Cleveland is standing for re-election as Circuit Court Judge, Part 1 of the 10th Judicial District, subject to the Republican Primary on May 6. The 10th Judicial District includes Bradley, Polk, Monroe and McMinn counties.
Garry Moore has announced he is a candidate for constable in the First District.
Boyce Station was the Belt Line's destination in East Chattanooga at the corner of Roanoke and Wilder streets.
The Cleveland Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization executive board has released for public comment a Transportation Improvement Program amendment.
Two small tremors were recorded by the United States Geological Survey early this morning.
The sale price for a chunk of the Tennessee Temple University campus was $4 million, according to the register of deeds office.
Hardwick Clothes cleared "a major hurdle" in its financial reorganization process Tuesday when a federal bankruptcy judge approved a plan that allows the company to have Burlington Worldwide labeled as a "critical vendor."
"Almost, Maine," will be presented this weekend by StageWorks of Cleveland. The first play of the second season, the play will be presented Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Building at Cleveland State Community College.
A FRONT VIEW of the "Brown Residence Accessory Building," also known as a residential gymnasium, features the T-shaped section added to make it seem more like a residential structure.
CLEVELAND UTILITIES on Monday deployed a seven-man emergency response team to West Tennessee to assist the Memphis Light, Gas and Water utility in restoring power to about 30,000 customers in the wake of a devastating ice storm that hit the Bluff City Sunday.
March 04--Radio Shack announced today that it will close 1,100 of its underperforming stores after the electronics retailer said holiday sales last year "were driven by lower store traffic, intense promotional activity particularly in consumer electronics and a very soft mobility marketplace."