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The first big step toward turning Cleveland’s old American Uniform manufacturing facility into a space for students was completed this weekend. Local companies Santek Waste Services and … more
Many motorists may stop along roadways Monday to view the solar eclipse, but the Tennessee Highway Patrol says this may cause more problems than the additional traffic expected in the … more
The Cleveland community is being invited to a belated birthday party on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5, complete with cake and ice cream. This will be the community’s treat in honor of … more
The Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club’s annual fundraising event raised more than $67,000 to help charitable efforts in this community and around the world. The club’s Sunrise Sunset Gala, held … more
Hotels in Bradley County and Polk County have been preparing for a large number of visitors for Monday’s total solar eclipse. Many Bradley County hotels are fully booked. One hotel, Quality … more
Carlex recently donated an Omron and Mitsubishi PLC trainer to be utilized in the Mechatronics program at Cleveland State Community College’s Monroe County Center. There is a great need in local … more
(AP) — These state lotteries were drawn over the weekend:  TENNESSEE Friday: Cash 3 Evening: 1-0-9, Lucky Sum: 10 Cash 3 Midday: 4-3-9, Lucky Sum: 16 Cash 3 Morning: 1-6-0, … more
Special to the Banner U-Haul Company of Tennessee is pleased to announce that CMC Portable Buildings Cleveland TN has signed on as a U-Haul® neighborhood dealer to serve the Cleveland … more
BLAIRSVILLE, Ga. — The board of directors of United Community Banks, Inc. (NASDAQ: UCBI) today announced that Lynn Harton has been named chief executive officer of United Community Bank (the … more
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