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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
Corker, Perdue Back Trump Plan On Afghanistan

Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said he supports President Donald J. Trump's stance on the way forward in Afghanistan.

Greg Beck Seeking Re-Election In County Commission District 5

Commissioner Beck said, "My experience and capacity to communicate with the other commissioners to promote peace and productivity, has proven to be invaluable to the commission."

2017 Total Solar Eclipse from Cleveland, TN

Totality over Cleveland. A total solar elclipse took place Monday, August 21. These shots are from the totality of Cleveland, TN The diamond ring effect.

Building permits in city nearly $20M

Two major permits are for construction of facilities, including an $8.4 million permit issued to Tri-Con Construction Company for the building of Legacy Village, a retirement center, on Candies Lane in northwest Cleveland. There was also a permit issued to Hickory Construction Company for the city of Cleveland's new fire station No.

Shoes for Orphan Souls collection sites in area

Donations of new socks and shoes may be made to Shoes for Orphan Souls at 33 collection sites in Bradley and Polk counties, with most being in Cleveland. Donations of new socks and shoes may be made to Shoes for Orphan Souls at 33 collection sites in Bradley and Polk counties, with most being in Cleveland.

Kiwanis Club

Circuit Court Judge Andrew Freiberg is shown with Kiwanis Club of Cleveland President Jeff Miller and Mike Thomasson, Kiwanis member. Freiberg spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland members about the Circuit Court Judge Andrew Freiberg is shown with Kiwanis Club of Cleveland President Jeff Miller and Mike Thomasson, Kiwanis member.

THP offers road safety reminder

Many motorists may stop along roadways Monday to view the solar eclipse, but the Tennessee Highway Patrol says this may cause more problems than the additional traffic expected in the Many motorists may stop along roadways Monday to view the solar eclipse, but the Tennessee Highway Patrol says this may cause more problems than the additional traffic expected in the area. Lt. Johna SHarmon said the highway patrol expects a heavy volume on the roadways, much of which will be on the interstate system across the state.

Community prepares for influx of visitors coming to see eclipse

Hotels in Bradley County and Polk County have been preparing for a large number of visitors for Monday's total solar eclipse. WELCOMEa SSIGNSa Slike this one are greeting tourists coming to this area to enjoy Monday's total solar eclipse.

City's 175th birthday celebration set Nov. 5

The Cleveland community is being invited to a belated birthday party on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5, complete with cake and ice cream. CLEVELAND's 175TH ANNIVERSARY Committee met this week at the city's municipal building, to continue planning for a celebration later this year.

Edwin McKenzie

He was the son of the late John Earl and Nora Wade McKenzie. He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Lee Hale McKenzie on Dec. 24, 2011.

CMC Portable now offering U-Haul services

Haul Company of Tennessee is pleased to announce that CMC Portable Buildings Cleveland TN has signed on as a U-HaulA neighborhood dealer to serve the Cleveland U-Haul Company of Tennessee is pleased to announce that CMC Portable Buildings Cleveland TN has signed on as a U-HaulA neighborhood dealer to serve the Cleveland community. CMC Portable Buildings at 2260 Pleasant Grove Place S.W. will offer U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, moving supplies and in-store pick-up for boxes.

Donald Ray Cate

He was the son of the late Beatrice Redd Cate and Ralph Cate. His brother, Charles Cate also preceded him in death.

Pharmacy and medical practice accused of using San Diego Marines in $67 million healthcare fraud

Federal prosecutors in San Diego are trying to seize four properties in Tennessee, including this one at on Blythe Ferry Lane in Birchwood. They allege the properties were bought with funds earned in a healthcare fraud scheme involving compounded drug claims to TRICARE.

Mainstreet Cleveland Announces Property Enhancement Grant Awards

Mainstreet Cleveland announced Friday award recipients for the Mainstreet Cleveland Property Enhancement Grant program.

Family fears convicted killer will be paroled

A Cleveland family is concerned the convicted killer of their mother could potentially be released from his life imprisonment in September. A Cleveland family is concerned the convicted killer of their mother could potentially be released from his life imprisonment in September.

Ethel Farmer

She was a member of the Center Point Baptist Church and worked with children. All that knew her knew that she loved hummingbirds, reading and working with flowers.

City government to go dark with solar eclipse

While Cleveland and Bradley County residents - as well as most of America for that matter - eagerly await Monday's historic total solar eclipse, the number of offices closing early as a a In much of the Cleveland area, the path of totality [darkness] should last one minute and three seconds. Full totality should arrive at 2:33 p.m." While Cleveland and Bradley County residents - as well as most of America for that matter - eagerly await Monday's historic total solar eclipse, the number of offices closing early as a courtesy to sightseeing employees is growing.

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