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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — State archivists will be on hand this week at the Museum Center at Five Points to digitally record Civil War memorabilia presented by local residents.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — People of all ages filled the Cleveland Regional Jetport lobby on Saturday to see Wilbur Mason, a member of the famous all-black 1940s Tuskegee Airmen group.
CHARLESTON, Tenn. — An audience of 50 historical preservationists and local residents met with federal park officials Friday to determine the best alternatives for interpreting "the Fort Cass experience."
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Two dozen Bradley County residents and local officials asked questions and aired their concerns about the proposed expansion of Georgetown Road with the Highway 60 Corridor Management Committee on Wednesday.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Dixie Day Spay, which has admitted to placing nearly two dozen Cleveland Animal Shelter dogs in a "house of horrors" shelter in Morristown, Tenn., that was raided recently, alleges most of the blame falls on city government.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Southern author River Jordan's message at The Caring Place's annual fundraising banquet was clear: The people who seek assistance from the ecumenical Christian nonprofit are not strangers. They have faces, names and stories.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Cleveland City Council wants a few more weeks before devising a comprehensive funding strategy to pay for a new gymnasium for Cleveland High School.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Renewal efforts are underway in the eastern Inman Street area, including the replacement of Mosby Park’s 40-year-old pool and possible zoning changes intended to promote development.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — A member of the famous Tuskegee Airmen, a World War II black fighter group, will speak at Youth Aviation Day on March 8 at the Cleveland Regional Jetport.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Republican primary is filled with candidates seeking Bradley County Commission seats, especially in the five districts that have incumbents who are not seeking re-election this year. Four Democrats are also seeking seats on the County Commission.