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SHOES FOR ORPHAN SOULS, an annual drive in Cleveland and Bradley County that aids the global initiative of the same name in support of Buckner International, is winding down the August campaign; however, there's still time to make donations at Westwood Baptist Church next week through Thursday, Sept.
Randy White will take office as the new sheriff of Monroe County next week, but whether he will continue to serve won't be decided until a judge rules next month on a lawsuit disputing the August election.
The Swearing In ceremony for elected Hamilton County Officials will take place Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Convention Center.
Cleveland/Bradley County Keep America Beautiful is busy gearing up for a few different events after a slower summer.
The Greenway Public Arts Committee is unveiling a new event this year called "Waggin' on the Way."
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS being recognized at their last meeting were, front row from left, Ed Elkins, Connie Wilson, Jeff Morelock, Adam Lowe and Mel Griffith.
Chattanooga Allergy Clinic has built a new and expanded satellite office in Cleveland.
At approximately 7 p.m., Chattanooga Police received a call of shots fired in the area of 3200 Taylor and were advised at 7:22 p.m. that a person arrived at a local hospital suffering from a gunshot wound.
A Chattanooga woman called police on Aug. 3 when she said she heard a loud noise and discovered an older man wearing a pinstripe suit had invaded her condo.
Members of the 2014-15 Youth Leadership class pause for a group photo during the afternoon activities that include learning team-building skills and competition as they get acquainted The Youth Leadership class of 2014-15 began a new year of developing their leadership skills by attending a daylong leadership retreat recently.
It was reported that a male was standing next to a tree exposing himself and masturbating in the presence of a female in Civitan Park on Shugart Road on Aug. 5. This occurred around 5 a.m., and the victims could not give a detailed description of the offender.
Troy Weathers, who served as a member of the Bradley County Board of Education for 16 years, said he will not stop trying to better local schools so children can have the same kind of opportunities that led him to success.
The position of Cleveland mayor would see a dramatic salary increase in 2016 if the Cleveland City Council passes a proposed ordinance to hike the wage to $40,000.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:53 am
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