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DAVID CARR, left, received a certificate of appreciation from chapter President Joseph A. White after a presentation on Col. Benjamin Cleveland. KEITH J. BESTER, left, and Adam A. Arant take their oath as SAR members. Special to the Banner more
Dr. Joong Han (Jonathan) Jung, Dr. Hyeri Choi, and Dr. DoYeon Kim will join forces to perform a diverse chamber music program at Squires Recital Hall on Lee University’s campus Monday, Jan. 27, at … more
East Tennessee Foundation announces scholarship opportunity for Bradley County veterans more
The Food City grocery chain is once again assisting community nonprofits food sources, such as Cleveland's Peerless Road Church Food Bank.Food City North, in Cleveland, provided the church's food … more
Three Cleveland men were arrested Thursday after witnesses reported they saw several men running away from a crashed vehicle on Michigan Avenue Road N.E. on Thursday.The incident took place shortly … more
A panel discussion on the relationship of Lee University and the College Hill Community evolved into an opportunity to delve into how to bridge the racial divide. more
Bradley Central High School students were evacuated from the building Friday afternoon after steam from a custodial closet set off fire alarms.The incident took place at approximately 2 p.m.The … more
The fifth annual Community First Awards winners have been announced. The winners, presented by Cleveland State Community College and premier sponsor SouthEast Bank, will be honored at the Community First Awards Gala on March 19 at Cleveland State’s L. Quentin Lane Center. more
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