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Homecoming will be held Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m., at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown. Mercy’s Call will sing. Lunch will follow the service.


“Rolling River Rampage” vacation Bible school will be held June 11 through15, 7 to 8:30 nightly, at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown.

The BCHS Class of 1983 35-year Reunion will be held on Saturday inside the Village Green, near the Bald Headed Bistro restaurant. This will be an informal, … more
Work on the school system’s strategic plan over this past school year was highlighted during the Cleveland Board of Education’s meeting Monday. Last year, the city school system’s leaders … more
Tennessee Education Commissioner Dr. Candice McQueen paid a visit to Cleveland on Monday to see what one local school is doing to promote reading this summer. She visited Mayfield Elementary … more
A Cleveland High School teacher has been selected to be a 2018 Fund For Teachers fellow, and she is on her way to Utah, Romania and France. Gabriela Tallent, a CHS chemistry teacher, plans to … more
A man was killed early Wednesday morning when he was struck by a vehicle on Paul Huff Parkway.The fatality occurred approximately 2:30 a.m. in front of the Bradley County Emergency Medical Services … more
The Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission met in its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday at the Municipal Building.It passed the following rezoning requests:• Consideration of a rezoning request … more
The Tennessee Board of Regents, which governs all the state's community colleges and colleges of applied technology, is holding its next meeting in Cleveland this week. Cleveland State Community … more
There are only a handful of days remaining before the ninth annual 100 Black Men of Bradley County Golf Tournament Saturday morning at Chatata Valley Golf Course.Avery Johnson, Cleveland's vice mayor … more
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