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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
Church Activities 6-21

Council Baptist Church, 1415 Upper River Road, Charleston, will have homecoming Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m. Featured singers will be The Branham Family. Potluck lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. Council Baptist Church, 1415 Upper River Road, Charleston, will have homecoming Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m. Featured singers will be The Branham Family.

MainStreet Cruise-In is Saturday

The MainStreet Cruisers return to downtown Cleveland on Saturday, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., around the Bradley County Courthouse. The MainStreet Cruisers return to downtown Cleveland on Saturday, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., around the Bradley County Courthouse.

Young's Auto Body helps first responders cool off

For the second year in a row, a Cleveland business is showing its appreciation to emergency first responders by offering a "cooling down" place during the summer months. EMERGENCYa SRESPONDERS are being thanked this summer by Young's Auto Body, with the company providing a cooling-off area on Fridays during the hot summer months.

Elizabeth Tipton Golden

She was born Jan. 23, 1928, in Cleveland. She grew up in Bradley County, where she graduated from Bradley Central High School in 1945.

Sammie - June' Hill

She was a loving mother and grandmother and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. She was of the Baptist faith and attended West Cleveland Baptist Church.

MainStreet Cleveland grant to aid downtown businesses

MainStreet Cleveland is making it possible for businesses downtown to improve the front of their buildings, or enhance safety within the businesses through a grant the organization announced at a THREEa SOUTGOINGa SMainStreet Cleveland board members were honored at Monday's meeting. From left are outgoing board members Jerry Shannon and Dwight Richardson, and present Board chairman Keith Barrett.

New Trial Date To Be Selected In Case Of Ooltewah Wreck In Which 6 People Were Killed

A new trial date will be chosen soon for the Benjamin Brewer trial, which was set to begin today in the courtroom of Judge Don Poole, but was delayed after the defense said it discovered new evidence.

2017 Hats Off To Excellence Winners Recognized At Chattanooga State

Chattanooga State Community College Interim President Debbie Adams conducted the 2017 Hats Off to Excellence Awards and declared four winners of the President's Award, the highest award at the college.

BBB is here and already helping Cleveland consumers

Cleveland Rotarian Jay Leggett introduced Cleveland BBBa S Executive Director Lisa Geren and BBB President/CEO Jim Winsett at a recent luncheon. The members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland recently heard more about the organization from its president and CEO, Jim Winsett.

Master plan input sought in gathering by city P&R on Tuesday

Cleveland officials will be seeking input from city residents on Tuesday evening for assistance in compiling a master plan for the Parks and Recreation Department. Cleveland officials will be seeking input from city residents on Tuesday evening for assistance in compiling a master plan for the Parks and Recreation Department.

7 years later, Steve Elliott receives blanket former student promised

Many are the reasons a person becomes a teacher. Among them is the joy of seeing your former students years later, and rejoicing when they tell you that you have made a difference in their lives.

Robert Glenn Denton

Robert Glenn Denton, 77, a longtime resident of Cleveland, went home to be with our Lord Friday morning, June 16, 2017, after a long battle with cancer. He loved to hunt and fish and spent many happy hours with his sons and grandson.

Trial Of Truck Driver In Wreck That Claimed 6 Lives At Ooltewah Exit Is Delayed

The trial of a truck driver charged in six deaths at the Ooltewah exit of I-75 has been delayed.

Market at the Mill welcomes farmers, rain on first day

Oddly enough, one of the farmers selling produce at the opening of the Market at the Mill Thursday had the last name Flood. This fact seemed appropriate when heavy, constant rains, struck that ARNOLDa SFLOOD brought several kinds of vegetables to Thursday's Market at the Mill.

Fivas address collects - food for thought' feedback

City Manager Joe Fivas provided a large group of business and professionals with some "Food For Thought" thought at Thursday's noon luncheon at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of CITY MANAGER Joe Fivas gestures to a video display while discussing opportunities and challenges the city is facing from recent population growth. Fivas was the guest speaker at Thursday's Food for Thought luncheon at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.

Cleveland Police ice cream truck giving away 10,000 Pierre's frozen treats this summer

Families at the Lincoln Park pool got a cool surprise on Thursday afternoon. A Cleveland Police Department ice cream truck, accompanied by a several squad cars full of officers, stopped by to hand out Pierre's Ice Cream Sandwiches, All American Pops, and Slide-Ups Orange Sherbet.

Ann Holder

She was born on May 12, 1929. She was the oldest member of the Mount Olive Church of God, Cleveland.

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