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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
Voting Rights Is Topic At League Of Women Voters Meeting June 8

Nationwide, an estimated six million individuals are disenfranchised because of their criminal backgrounds and over three-quarters of these individuals have completed their sentences, reports the Sentencing Project.

MainStreet Cruise-In Is Saturday

The Mainstreet Cruise-In continues Saturday from 1-6 p.m. This will kick off the Cruise In season after rain dampened the April event.

Chattanooga Zoo names snake Gincy

The Chattanooga Zoo is proud to announce the addition of a new Honduran milk snake to its collection. This snake was generously sponsored by Janie and Allan Jones of Cleveland on behalf of their The Chattanooga Zoo is proud to announce the addition of a new Honduran milk snake to its collection.

Brooks gives detailed overview of whirlwind legislative session

State Rep. Kevin Brooks said Tuesday night it was "good to be home" after a whirlwind session of the General Assembly in Nashville. State Rep. Kevin Brooks reviewed the year in legislative Nashville during the Bradley County Republican Party's monthly meeting Tuesday night.

Council directs school board to further review AU purchase

The Cleveland City Council continues to look at "the possibility" of providing support to the Bradley County Commission and Bradley County Board of Education in the purchase of the old The Cleveland City Council continues to look at "the possibility" of providing support to the Bradley County Commission and Bradley County Board of Education in the purchase of the old American Uniform building for an innovative educational training center. The county is planning to purchase the facilities, but does not plan to obtain a loan until July 2019.

Bachman Academy closes

THE MAINa Sfacilities of Bachman Academy are on its foundation's 200-acre campus, south of Cleveland. BA's board announced over the weekend that the college preparatory school for students in grades 6-12 has closed.

City to negotiate with contractor for a lower price on new firehall

A couple of issues involving the Cleveland Fire Department came to the attention of the mayor and Cleveland City Council at Monday's meeting in the municipal building. A couple of issues involving the Cleveland Fire Department came to the attention of the mayor and Cleveland City Council at Monday's meeting in the municipal building.

Operation Compassion

When tragic circumstances like natural disasters and widespread poverty devastate an area, charities and volunteers are often set into action to help. However, there is much that goes on behind Aa SYOUNGa SBOY watches with wide eyes as a humanitarian worker looks to see if a particular shirt might fit him.

CU battles long power outages on busy night

Cleveland Utilities crews were in South Cleveland late Saturday night to address a lengthy power outage caused by a furious thunderstorm which swept through the area. Cleveland Utilities crews were in South Cleveland late Saturday night to address a lengthy power outage caused by a furious thunderstorm which swept through the area.

Deadly drug of fentanyl making way into area

There have been 11 overdose deaths in the first four months of 2017, almost half the number of 2016. While not directly attributed to a drug being seen nationwide called fentanyl, local There have been 11 overdose deaths in the first four months of 2017, almost half the number of 2016.

Airport Authority recognizes volunteer Bill Dethero

Cleveland Airport Authority members on Friday received an update on the runway extension project at the Jetport, heard a report from Allen Howell of the Jetport's management firm Contour CLEVELAND NATIVE Bill Dethero, right, was honored for his volunteer work with Angel Flight by the Jetport staff and the Airport Authority on Friday, with a presentation of a limited print by artist Sam Lyons. Jetport Manager Mark Fidler describes artwork to members, clockwise, Lynn DeVault, Lou Patten , Verrill Norwood, and Robbie Garrison.

Road work to cause delays

The Bradley County Road Department will be working on Michigan Avenue Road and Dry Valley Road, from the Cleveland city limits to Chatata Valley Road for the next few months, according to Sandra The Bradley County Road Department will be working on Michigan Avenue Road and Dry Valley Road, from the Cleveland city limits to Chatata Valley Road for the next few months, according to Sandra Knight Collins, road superintendent. "Please expect long delays and avoid traveling in these areas as much as possible.

Raiders roll into state field

The third-ranked Blue Raiders got a hat trick from District 5-AAAa SPlayer of the Year Tommy Marino, the final two of which came in after time was stopped on the clock and in the hands of the head official for a 3-1 win over Murfreeboro Oakland Saturday night at the Greater Cleveland Soccer Complex. The senior scorer dented the nylon in the 24th minute of the opening half to go with his pair of late goals to raise his personal total to 21 scores this season.

BancorpSouth ribbon cutting

The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for member BancorpSouth at its Mortgage Loan Office, 1520 Clingan Ridge Drive N.W., Cleveland. The office currently has a The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for member BancorpSouth at its Mortgage Loan Office, 1520 Clingan Ridge Drive N.W., Cleveland.

Cleveland SmartBank holding grand opening on Monday

SmartBank, a subsidiary of SmartFinancial, Inc., will open its newest branch at 3200 Keith St. N.W. in Cleveland, on Monday. This marks the 14th full-service branch for SmartBank, whose footprint a SmartBank, a subsidiary of SmartFinancial, Inc., will open its newest branch at 3200 Keith St. N.W. in Cleveland, on Monday.

Dedication Day For Home For Veteran Is Friday

Buffalo Valley, Inc., Chattanooga Mayor Berke's office and the DAR are working together to house four Chattanooga's homeless veterans with families.

Famous Dave's Hosts 11th Annual Operation Famous Salute Letter-Writing Campaign For Service Members

"Operation Famous Salute" returns for an 11th year to all Tennessee Famous Dave's restaurant locations, including the local metro location in East Brainerd over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

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