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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.
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 man is found dead in Polk; suspect being sought
The body of a Cleveland man who was reported missing earlier this month was found in a remote Polk County location, where it was allegedly dumped following an alleged homicide in Bradley The body of a Cleveland man who was reported missing earlier this month was found in a remote Polk County location, where it was allegedly dumped following an alleged homicide in Bradley County. Cleveland Police Chief Mark Gibson said Tuesday that his department received a missing person's call on Thomas Creek Jr., 34, of Cleveland.Blood Assurance Blood Assurance Still In Critical Need Of Blood Donors
Blood Assurance is asking the community to stop by a local blood donor center or mobile blood drive as soon as possible to help replenish the universal blood supply.Cycling Facility And Athletic Performance Lab With 1-Mile Cycling Track To Open In Chattanooga
The CID Center has partnered directly with UTC to open a research center and public use facility; complete with a performance lab and a one-mile, paved, closed-course cycling track.Listen to the report on anti-transgender lawmakers that got a public radio reporter fired
Some Tennessee state lawmakers appear to have gotten a public radio reporter fired for a story about their opposition to transgender equality. Earlier this month, Jacqui Helbert of WUTC, the NPR affiliate at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga , accompanied a high school gay-straight alliance from Cleveland, Tennessee to the capitol in Nashville as they spoke with lawmakers who were supporting an anti-transgender bill.TN Trail Of Tears Association Elected New Officers
New officers, left to right, are Shirley Lawrence, Vicki Rozema, Laura Bryan Spann, Debbie Moore, Doris Trevino, Joy Montgomery, and Cleta Townsend.Caregiving case leads to man's indictment by BC grand jury
The Bradley County grand jury has indicted a Cleveland man accused of taking money and other items from an elderly man for whom he served as caregiver. RICKYa SSTEVISON, right, has been indicted by the Bradley County grand jury for exploitation of an adult and theft over $10,000, and faces arraignment on the charges in mid-April.Council at odds over Tinsley tennis courts
Cleveland city staff, the Parks and Recreation Department, Cleveland's Tennis Committee, and City Council members are volleying over tentative plans for the proposed tennis complex at Tinsley Cleveland city staff, the Parks and Recreation Department, Cleveland's Tennis Committee, and City Council members are volleying over tentative plans for the proposed tennis complex at Tinsley Park. In addition to this minor tennis conflict, Council members also discussed downtown parking possibilities with City Manager Joe Fivas, his staff and visitors.AU facility purchase gets 3-2 vote
The Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee has voted 3-2 to recommend the purchase of the former American Uniform building on Parker Street. The Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee has voted 3-2 to recommend the purchase of the former American Uniform building on Parker Street.Woman Who Was Selling Meth From Cleveland Motel Room Pleads Guilty In Federal Court
A woman who was selling meth from a Cleveland, Tn., motel room has pleaded guilty in Federal Court to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of meth.Derrick Bettis Arrested On Drug Charges After Leading HCSO Deputies In Pursuit In Middle Valley
Hamilton County Sheriff's Deputies were involved in a short pursuit that ultimately led to the suspect crashing his vehicle.County Officials Not Able To Help On Getting Details Of Visitors Bureau Spending
County officials said they are not able to help in getting details of how the Chattanooga Visitors Bureau is spending $8.7 million per year, including almost $7.2 million that comes directly from the county in hotel/motel taxes.Morning Pointe Residents Throw Party For Community Kitchen
Saquara Kyyitan and her daughter Ayla enjoyed the Spring Fling festivities at the Chattanooga Community Kitchen's Family Housing and Learning Center with Virginia Stubbs, resident at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer's Center of Excellence, Collegedale.Higher education bill progressing; two legislators praise potential
Two state representatives who comprise one-half of the Bradley County legislative delegation say they're encouraged by several actions advancing through the House of Representatives. "This bill would make Tennessee the first state in the nation to offer all Tennessee adults without a degree access to community college tuition-free - and at no cost to taxpayers."Thelma G. Kazy
She was a longtime employee of J.H. Kellman. Thelma loved blue grass/gospel music.A veteran relives history
At the end of a winding driveway, nestled in the hills of northwest Bradley County, historian and researcher Herbert Harper uses his handy computer to connect people from all over the world to a THIS BOOK, pictured at left, being displayed by historian and researcher Herbert Harper was published recently about a flight crew that crashed during wartime in Czechoslovakia. The Cleveland veteran provided research for the author.Robert Driver Jr. Shot At Bar Near Hamilton Place On Sunday Night
Chattanooga Police officers responded to the report of a person shot in the parking lot of Bar Louie located at 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. Responding officers located 34-year-old Robert Driver Jr. suffering from a gunshot wound.1 Killed In 3-Car Accident In Dalton On Saturday
The crash happened when the driver of a black Ford Mustang traveling southbound on the bypass for some reason left its lane of travel and crossed over the center line and hit a 2004 Chevy Silverado truck head on.
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