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Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

SALIL PARIKH, right, general manager of the new Holiday Inn on Interstate Drive in West Cleveland, is shown with several of his management team members as they were preparing this week for the opening of the new full-service hotel. The Holiday Inn employees, with Parikh, include, from left, Melody Gibby, Misty Farris, Brenda Neace, Tiffany Thompson, "Crystal" McCann, Amber Miller and Chris Blanchard. Neace and Blanchard have been with the hotel since it first opened in 2001.

From HOLIDAY INN   |   12/5/19

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

BARTENDER TIFFANY Thompson is shown behind the new full-service bar at the renovated Holiday Inn on Interstate Drive in West Cleveland. The former Wingate Inn has a full-service restaurant and bar, the only such conveniences for hotels between Knoxville and Chattanooga.

From HOLIDAY INN   |   12/5/19

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

SMALLER HOLIDAY INN signs remained crated Tuesday at the rear of the newly converted Holiday Inn (former Wingate Hotel) off Candies Lane. The new Holiday Inn is to open within the next two weeks.

From HOLIDAY INN   |   12/5/19

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

WORKERS WERE BUSY Tuesday with the large Holiday Inn sign in the background, which was being placed high above the newly branded hotel on Interstate Drive in West Cleveland, off Candies Lane. This sign will overlook the entrance ramp onto Interstate 75 South, coming off Highway 60 (Georgetown Road and 25th Street).

From HOLIDAY INN   |   12/5/19

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

THE BRADLEY COUNTY Youth Football League’s Crickets team players were recognized during Monday’s Bradley County Commission meeting, for being league champions in their 6/7-year-old age group. In addition to the players, also shown are their coaches, and Bradley County Commissioner Tim Mason, at far right.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

DR. RON COLEMAN, third from left, was named recipient Wednesday night of the annual MainStreet Cleveland Award in recognition for revitalizing the Old Woolen Mill in downtown Cleveland. From left are 2017 recipients Barry and Kim Currin; Coleman; MainStreet Cleveland Executive Director Sharon Marr; and MainStreet Cleveland Board Chairman Jim Metzger.

Banner photo, JOE CANNON

Banner photo, JOE CANNON

Banner photo, JOE CANNON

Banner photo, JOE CANNON

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