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The work being done by the United Way of the Ocoee Region’s Impact Cleveland initiative in the Blythe-Oldfield community has been bolstered by a $500,000 grant from Project Reinvest: … more
The 2017 Reader’s Choice picks have been made. We now know who has been voted the favorite service provider, shopping area, restaurant and automotive businesss. Inside today’s edition, the … more
The City of Cleveland and Cleveland Utilities have been approved to receive a portion of $33.4 million in low-interest loans for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements. The … more
George Starr, a legendary voice and figure of Lee University Athletics for more than 30 years, will be retiring from his full time role as sports information director, but will be staying on as … more
WATERWAYS: CONNECTING COMMUNITIES students assisted Chattanooga artist Hollie Berry in putting up the painting of a sturgeon on the Museum Center at 5ive Points’ Tennessee aquatic life mural … more
Following months of investigation, Miranda Michelle Cheatham was charged in the death of her husband on Halloween morning 2016. Cheatham, 43, was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department … more
You may have noticed “EVERYTHING MUST GO” signs in front of the Habitat for Humanity Cleveland ReStore North Lee Highway location, and wondered if/why it is going out of business. Per … more
ATHENS — Remote Area Medical — RAM™, the largest provider of mobile medical clinics in the country delivering free medical, dental, and vision care to underserved and uninsured individuals, … more
THE THIRD Mainstreet Cruise-In of 2017 took place on Courthouse Square in downtown Cleveland on Saturday. The weather was no match for enthusiastic classic car owners who flooded downtown … more
Polk County High School’s 99th Alumni Banquet was held recently in the school cafeteria with Alumni President Heath Culpepper (Class of 1995) presiding and Shawn Allen (Class of 1990) serving … more
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