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The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission has approved an amendment to Planned Urban Development 11 for about 17 acres located on Georgetown Road and Villa Drive.
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At least two Bradley County Board of Education members are unhappy the governing body was not informed of what became a secret meeting in Cleveland on Monday between Gov. Bill Haslam, Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman and educators from five area school systems.
Thieves have been stealing central air conditioning units from rural Tennessee churches during a scorching summer heat wave, and they'll face hell fire for eternity if they're not caught here on earth, a church official said on Tuesday.
Officers responded to the Hi-Tech gas station and convenience store at 2293 APD 40 at 2:42 p.m. after a 911 call came in as a robbery in progress.
A white 1999 Nissan Altima crashed into the Habitat for Humanity's ReStore at 4605 North Lee Highway in Cleveland on Tuesday.
Dr. Jerome Hammond, Lee University vice-president for university relations, left, led a tour of Main Street Cleveland members through the new Communications Arts Building.
Should East Cleveland become a neighborhood of Cleveland instead of its neighbor? Some say a merger would benefit both cities.
RICHARD TAYLOR, who recently retired from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, is still active in other volunteer endeavors involving search and rescue.
Two small quakes were reported in the area by the United States Geological Service during the weekend.
KIWANIAN John Squires, left, invited Jamison Creel of Jerusalem School at Bethlehem, right, to speak at a recent Kiwanis Club of Cleveland luncheon.
At approximately 4 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to 2119 East 23rd Street for a pedestrian struck.
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.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:36 pm
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