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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
Bradley County Hosts Annual Relay For Life On Saturday

The annual event to raise awareness of cancer in its many forms and donations to fight and end the disease attracted many hundreds of cancer survivors, their families, friends and caregivers.

Bradley Co. jobless rate inches down to 4.5 percent

Supported by slight gains in construction and manufacturing, as well as robust hiring in tourism trades, Bradley County's unemployment rate in March inched down to 4.5 percent. "On the up side, both construction and manufacturing saw very slight increases [in hiring], but we saw a much stronger increase in leisure and hospitality ."

Rymer Scholarship Winners Announced

Following Thursday's banquet, the 2017 Rymer Scholars are pictured here Samantha Kate Eason, John Hixon, Morgan Mantooth, Alexandra Squires, Vivian Baker, Blaire Terrell, Sarah Beavers, Sydney Morgan, and Andrea Wilhelm - photo by Zach Camp On Thursday, April 27, Lee University awarded nine incoming freshmen the 2017 Rymer Scholarship.

Energy, turf, roofing eyed by Cleveland school board

The Cleveland City Schools site committee meeting was filled to the brim with updates, discussions and recommendations made on various projects. "I think our Board of Education has put a premium on making sure that our energy systems, our buildings, and our grounds are in good shape.

Polk County sweeps doubleheader over CHS

Polk County swept Cleveland in a softball twin bill as the two local programs faced off for the first time since 2013. Polk County swept Cleveland in a softball twin bill as the two local programs faced off for the third time this season.

CHS turf project completion set for five weeks

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY WORK CONTINUES at Cleveland High School's football field, as the process of converting the field from natural grass to artificial turf field continued on Wednesday. "We're still at the beginning, but the major excavation work is winding down.

TMVC closes Watson complaint with warning

The Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission has closed its case against Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson with a letter of warning. "Although this letter of warning does not constitute formal disciplinary action, a copy of the same will be placed in your file maintained in the program's office and may be considered should any future action arise.

Relay for Life gearing up for inspiring day on Saturday

Downtown Cleveland will be filled Saturday with many people doing their part to battle cancer, help those with the disease, and raise funds for research. LEEa SUNIVERSITY was the site for Monday's preparation of survivor bags to be handed out at Saturday's Relay for Life.

Lee hosts Latin American and Iberian studies conference

Lee University's Department of Language and Literature recently hosted its sixth annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies. High school students exhibit poster presentations on Latin and Iberian studies in the lobby of Lee's Humanities Center during the conference.

Tennessee legislators give nod to gas tax hike

The Tennessee House of Representatives voted Monday night to concur with the state Senate and give the final approval to Gov. Bill Haslam's transportation infrastructure act. One of the major projects, and the one which all of the county's state legislators cited as a primary reason for supporting the bill, is Highway 60. The project is currently listed as a "backlog" project, meaning TDOT has "already begun, invested in and is committed to finishing" the nearly 3-mile stretch of road extending from Georgetown Road NW from the four-lane north of I-75 to SR-306.

Teachers' pay concerns voiced

One of the Bradley County commissioners took advantage of an empty agenda Monday night to express his concerns about the pay for county teachers. "I'm not making a demand.

Region taking notice of growth exploding in the Cleveland area

Ruthie Thompson says that the Cleveland community is exploding, but in a good way, as initiatives in this area are the envy of many other cities in the region. THEa STHRIVEa SREGIONALa SPARTNERSHIP was the topic at Monday's MainStreet Cleveland meeting.

Lenoir City man jailed on assault charges

A Lenoir City man is facing a assault charges after he attempted to pick up a child for an Easter service. Responding to a call on Strange Road, Loudon County Sheriff's Office Deputies Charles Huskin and Mark Tinnel talked with David Aaron Gooch, 35, and a man and woman.

2nd alleged attacker jailed in assault on 3 Lehigh University students

A second person has been found, arrested and jailed in a summer attack of three Lehigh University students on the first day of school. Charged is Jesse Lee Watson, 29, of Ooltewah, Tenn.

Carolyn Melinda Hembree

Carolyn Melinda 'Linda' Young Hembree, 51 of Bradley County, passed Saturday evening in a Chattanooga hospital after a lengthy illness. She had a kind, compassion heart, and would take anyone in that needed a home.

Lee to host senior art showcase

From April 25 through May 4, Lee University will host a senior art showcase for Lee art majors to display their original bodies of work focusing on a theme of their choice. Lee senior art major Justin Sigel works on his showcase piece.

Council has short agenda for Monday

The agenda for Monday's City Council work session , and regular session , appears to be relatively brief. The agenda for Monday's City Council work session , and regular session , appears to be relatively brief.

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