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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
Cleveland Wrestling Wins Three

0.00 126: Garrett Stevenson over 132: Bryce Pond over Dylan Ricked 138: Michael Whiteside over Nyzaya Vincent 145: Cael Laxton over 152: Jacob Applegate over 160: Zach Brezna over 170: Seth Eachus over Matthew Gossett 182: Isaah Perez over 195: Logan Strickland over Alex Cooley 220: Wilson Benefield over Jacob Labeau 285: Titus Swafford ... (more)

International School of the Word

Monday was the day they started a new school.The Rev. Perry Stone and Dr. Bryan Cutshall launched a new online bible college, the International School of the Word, Monday afternoon in Cleveland.

Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 15-21

JOHNSON JOSHUA CAIN W/M 30 OFFICER SCHRADER THEFT BY TAKING-FELONY, THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE-FELONY, FAILURE TO APPEAR-FELONY LAMM KAYLA MARIE W/F 20 OFFICER ENGLAND POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA WITH INTENT TO DITRIBUTE, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CORDELL JOSHUA DAVID W/M 27 OFFICER CLARK POSSESSION OF ... (more)

Ivy Johnson, 23, And Cordarrius Johnson, 26, Shot Early Sunday Morning On Lillian Lane

Chattanooga Police were notified at 4:39 a.m. of two people arriving at a local hospital with gunshot wounds.

Scott McGowan seeks At-Large Council seat

McGowan said, "I have lived in Cleveland all my life. I own a business here and literally come in contact with hundreds of Clevelanders every day.

Ryerson gives United Way update

Cleveland Kiwanis Club members learned a little about evolution Thursday from guest speaker Matt Ryerson.Ryerson updated the Kiwanians about the evolution of the United Way of the Ocoee Region since a UNITED WAY PRESIDENT and CEO Matt Ryerson, second from right, was the guest speaker at Thursday's Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon. With Ryerson, after his talk, were, from left, Kiwanis President Mike Stoess, new club member Paul Walters, and program chairman Traci Hamilton.

CIVITAN 1-19

RALPH BALDWIN, editor and publisher of the Cleveland Daily Banner, was guest speaker recently at the Cleveland Civitan Club. He discussed the past, current and future of the local newspaper.

Impact Cleveland changes name to City Fields

The Impact Cleveland program, which has been instrumental in helping to revitalize the Blythe-Oldfield community, has a new name and is seeking new ideas as its work continues. The Impact Cleveland program, which has been instrumental in helping to revitalize the Blythe-Oldfield community, has a new name and is seeking new ideas as its work continues.

Sam Collins

He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris Collins; his daughter, Vicky Collins; his son, Ricky Collins; his parents; and several brothers and sisters. He was retired from Maytag after 37 years of service.

Steven Bryant

He was born and raised in Bradley County and was a truck driver for Bradley Concrete at the time of his passing. He enjoyed watching NASCAR and fishing, however nothing compared to how much he loved spending time with his grandson, Fletcher Galloway.

Elderly Man Dies In House Fire In Cleveland

Neighbors said they were able to pull a woman from the flames at the home at 685 4th St. SE, but were unable to save the man.

Perry Stone Ministries Launches International School Of The Word

Perry Stone Ministries of Cleveland, announced the launch of International School of the Word , an affordable online Bible College whose primary purpose is to Connect the Word with the World .

BBB dedicates Cleveland office downtown

The Chattanooga Better Business Bureau, serving Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia, formally opened a new branch office in Cleveland.Representatives and ambassadors from the Cleveland/Bradley a BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY leaders from Cleveland gathered around Lisa Geren, with scissors, as she cuts the ribbon for Thursday's official grand opening of the Better Business Bureau office in the historic Regions Bank Building downtown. To Geren's left is BBB President and CEO Jim Winsett, with Vice President of Operations Gidget Knight to her right.

MaKlain Lawson

Survivors include his mother, Angel Crane of Dalton, Ga.; father, Tim Lawson and wife, Tracy, of Cleveland; siblings: MaKenzie Dale of Chattanooga and Jacob Sharp, Jordan Sharp, Kacie Sharp and Whitley Lawson, all of Cleveland; grandparents, aunt and special friends. The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in the chapel of Fike-Randolph & Son Funeral Home with Pastor Jim Parm and Pastor Joel Jenkins officiating.

Earl Paul Daugherty

Earl Paul Daugherty, 87, of Cleveland, passed away Monday morning, Jan. 15, 2018, after a long and difficult battle with dementia. He was a member of the South Cleveland Church of God, where he served for many years as the church trustee.

Eclipse watchers get a new treat

Eclipse watchers who did not get enough during the Great Solar Eclipse in August will have another reason to look to the skies at the end of this month.The Cleveland and Bradley County area is in for a Stock illustration THIS PHOTOGRAPHIC simulation shows the progression of a lunar eclipse across a blood moon, such as will occur on Jan. 31. The partial lunar eclipse which will appear here will begin when the moon is closer to setting on the horizon. Eclipse watchers who did not get enough during the Great Solar Eclipse in August will have another reason to look to the skies at the end of this month.

Tennessee on track to meet education goals

When it comes to Bradley County students and higher learning, the numbers appear to be headed in the right direction.That observation came from Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor Dr. Flora a TENNESSEE BOARD OF REGENTS Chancellor Dr. Flora Tydings, second from left, recently addressed the Rotary Club of Cleveland about higher education at the state and local levels. From left are Cleveland State President Dr. Bill Seymour, Tydings, TBR member Tom Griscom, and Rotary President Bill Brown.

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