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Cleveland was established in 1837. The city was named for Colonel Benjamin Cleveland, who was a commander at the Battle of Kings Mountain during the American Revolutionary War. The official association between the US federal government and the greater Cherokee Nation, the Cherokee Agency, was moved in 1819 to an area near present day Cleveland. This area would be a prominent factor during the Cherokee Removal of the late 1830s.

Population: 37192
Local Newspapers: Bradley News Cleveland Daily Banner People News
Local Sports Teams: Nashville Predators (NHL) Nashville Kats (AFL) Tennessee Titans (NFL)
Local Colleges: Lee University

Zip Codes associated with cleveland, tennessee: 37308 37311 37312 37323
Towns/Cities near cleveland, tennessee : Ooltewah Collegedale Wildwood Lake Hopewell Charleston Calhoun

Cleveland News
Rollens, Haney build Habitat for Humanity legacy

Chuck Haney and Don Rollens were recently honored for their work with Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland. Both have been involved with building homes in the community since the organization began in 1990.

Church activities

The Mormon congregation on Pryor Road in Cleveland will hold a social on Thursday. The public is invited to participate.

City Council to hold its last meeting of the year Monday

Cleveland City Council members, city staff and others will close out the city's 2017 business agenda with the final Council meeting of the year Monday.The 1 p.m. work session will include a a Cleveland City Council members, city staff and others will close out the city's 2017 business agenda with the final Council meeting of the year Monday. The 1 p.m. work session will include a presentation by Doug Berry of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce on progress and plans for the new Spring Branch Industrial Park in South Cleveland.

Clerk Shot During Holdup At Lee Highway Convenience Store Early Saturday Morning

Members of the Violent Crime Bureau are actively investigating this incident. If you have any information, call police immediately.

Mustangs, Raiders roll to duals wins

The Walker Valley Mustangs and Cleveland Blue Raiders killed two proverbial birds with one stone Thursday night, with a duals battles against Cookeville and Heritage High School, from Ringgold, Ga., a WALKER VALLEY'S CODY DUGGAN works toward a pin in the 195-pound bout against Cookeville's Dyllan Houser on Thursday, inside "The Stable" at Walker Valley. The Walker Valley Mustangs and Cleveland Blue Raiders killed two proverbial birds with one stone Thursday night, with a duals battles against Cookeville and Heritage High School, from Ringgold, Ga., in a quad-meet inside "The Stable" at Walker Valley.

BCSO, DA refuse to identify weapon in hostage incident

Both the Bradley County Sheriff's Office and the 10th Judicial District Attorney General have refused to identify the type of weapon used by the accused assailant in the Nov. 28 home invasion and a Both the Bradley County Sheriff's Office and the 10th Judicial District Attorney General have refused to identify the type of weapon used by the accused assailant in the Nov. 28 home invasion and hostage incident in the Royal Oaks subdivision. The question has arisen following unofficial reports made to the Cleveland Daily Banner that the firearm used by suspect Mark Clayton Cain was a BB gun designed to be held and fired with one hand.

Seaborn charged with the sexual exploitation of child

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 a Jared Alexander Seaborn turned himself in on Monday, following the indictment. The 22-year-old man resides as 2714 Wesdell Lane N.W., according to reports.

Bookkeeper For Christian Group Based In Chattanooga Stole $394,000, Prosecutors Say

Ms. Lively began working in 2010 at Titus International, a mission on McBrien Road that aims to teach nationals around the world to evangelize their own people.

Recommendations On Converting To 2-Way Streets Due In February

Tommy Trotter, a city official who is manager of the project, said there will be a second public hearing on the issue at that time.

Carl Howard, 54, Arrested After Foot Chase, For Cleveland Home Burglary

The burglary occurred in mid-November at a residence in the area of Chilcutt Road, which resulted in the homeowner reporting several thousands of dollars worth of items stolen.

Cleveland Fire Department To Host Career Showcase

The Cleveland Fire Department is having its annual Career Showcase on Tuesday, at 6 p.m. for individuals interested or considering a career in firefighting.

Doug Berry slated as featured speaker

Bradley County is on the cusp of a major time of economic development.New construction. New roads.

The Old Copper Road gets aid of alliance

A new alliance has been formed in the Polk and Bradley county community in an attempt to protect, preserve and promote the Old Copper Road.Members of the Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance met a The BOARD OF DIRECTORS for the newly formed Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance includes, from left, Joe Fetzer, Janice Neyman, Dana Teasley, Melissa Wood and Ken Rush. Historian Brian Reed is also a member, but was unable to attend Wednesday's meeting.

Tennessee Dem chair tackles legislators over Hall tax repeal

"We see distress. We see empty manufacturing sites that were once thriving with industry and opportunity for good-paying jobs.

Advanced Tickets On Sale For Ladies Classic

Advance tickets are now on sale for the 29th Annual Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies' Classic, to be held at Hal Henard Gym Wednesday, December 27th through Saturday, December 30th. Once again, some of the top girls basketball teams from across the state and country will meet for four days of basketball.

William Howard Blair

He was a 1973 graduate of Cleveland High School, where he was an all-around athlete playing football and basketball. In his early years he was a stand-out baseball player at the Boys Club, and in later years, he perfected his athletic talents and was widely known in the community with the Cleveland All Stars softball and baseball league.

'Holidays for Heroes'

Employees at the Whirlpool Cleveland Customer eXperience Center recently rallied together to spread some holiday cheer to U.S. military personnel and veterans here and abroad. Leaders with the a WHIRLPOOL Customer eXperience Center employees Patti Bowerman, left, and Shannon Russo prepare cards for the American Red Cross' "Holidays for Heroes" initiative.

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