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Randy Boyd literally hit the ground running when he made the decision to seek the office of Tennessee governor.The entrepreneurial businessman and former state commissioner for economic development … more
The public is invited to attend an open house Monday, Dec. 11, to learn about the proposed partnership agreement between TVA, the U.S. Forest Service and the state of Tennessee to manage recreation … more
For 27 years, Don Rollens and Chuck Haney  have hammered nails, installed windows and hung siding in the heat of summer and the frosty mornings of fall  on Habitat for Humanity … more
After 62 years of shaping communities through its engineering and architectural projects, Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon has rebranded as Barge Design Solutions.The firm's office is now located … more
The Chamber Choir and Vocal Rhapsody Ensemble of Cleveland State Community College will present a concert celebrating the holiday season on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural … more
“Hey! Hey! Unto you a child is born!” A new Cleveland/Bradley County holiday tradition has begun! Bradley Central High School's theatre company DramaCentral will present the timeless classic … more
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8 [+ Sat the 9th]David Cannon, Robin Brown, Ken Morris, Tammy Collins, Ashley Brown and Nathan Sherlin, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Katie … more
Detectives have arrested Carl Dewayne Howard, age 54, of 292 Old Mt. Harmony Road, Charleston for his alleged involvement in a recent home burglary.The burglary occurred in mid-November at a … more
Local resident charged with exploitation of childA Cleveland man has been charged with sexual exploitation of a child, following a grand jury indictment.Jared Alexander Seaborn turned himself in on … more
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