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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
Stuart Park gets newest Civitan upgrade

The Cleveland Civitan Club recently handed Cleveland's Parks and Recreation Department the keys to a new park restroom facility. The new restroom, located at Stuart Park near George R. Stuart a DAVID CUMMINGS, past president of the Cleveland Civitan Club, hands the keys to the new restroom at Stuart Park to Patti Petitt, parks and recreation director for the city of Cleveland.

Brooks provides updates on early weeks in office

Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks reflected on the first several weeks in office while speaking to the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club on Thursday. Brooks, a former Tennessee state representative, took a CLEVELAND MAYOR Kevin Brooks tells members of the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club about his experiences during the first several weeks on the job.

Westfield passes on the healing power of music

Cleveland musician and co-executive director of Solomon Family Solutions, Yattie Westfield, says kids who are hurting should write down their feelings." You've got to get the hurt out," a LOCAL MUSICIAN Yattie Westfield spoke recently about his musical career, as well as the work he does at Solomon Family Solutions, where he is the co-executive director.

Human trafficking is real, and it's in our community

Human trafficking occurs before our eyes, but we don't always see it because we are not aware of the telltale signs.There are also times when we do witness it, but may be crippled with confusion, a SARAH McKINNIS, co-founder and president of Willowbend Farms, tells Cleveland Rotarians human trafficking is real, and it's in the community. "They [the traffickers] identify these girls and use psychology to determine early if they can be manipulated.

Tyner Man Arrested When Woman Finds Him With Items From Home Of Her Deceased Parents

A Tyner man has been arrested after police said a woman found him at the home of her deceased parents.

Why Does The Animal Shelter Cost So Much?

I have no doubt a new HES shelter is needed but am confused by the cost. I keep seeing the numbers $10-$13 million to build a new shelter and I'd think several could be built for that amount.

Thanksgiving Meal Giveaway For Families In Need Scheduled For Monday In Bradley County

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office, Cleveland Police Department, and the U-Turn Institute in Cleveland are partnering to provide Thanksgiving meals for families in need.

First-time retailers to enter Cleveland market on Huff

An Atlanta-based commercial real estate development company is planning to construct a new shopping center on Paul Huff Parkway, where several retailers will be entering the Cleveland market for the a THIS SPLIT VIEW of an artist's rendering shows the planned Paul Huff Corners shopping center, which will be located on Paul Huff Parkway and Peerless Road, across from Publix. The site gained preliminary and final plat approval Tuesday from the Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission.

Mary Cranfield

A native of Chattanooga, she spent a majority of her life in Bradley County. She was a member of Stanfield Baptist Church.

Kimberly Spence Receives 2018 Risk Manager Of The Year Award

Kimberly Spence, interim human resources director, was named Risk Manager of the Year by the Tennessee Public Risk Management Association.

Vehicle accident kills Cleveland woman

A Cleveland woman is dead after a single-vehicle accident Monday morning on New Hope Road S.E., at the intersection of Bates Pike S.E., in Bradley County.According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol a A Cleveland woman is dead after a single-vehicle accident Monday morning on New Hope Road S.E., at the intersection of Bates Pike S.E., in Bradley County. According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol report, the passenger, Jacklynn D. Sneed, 22, was killed when a vehicle she was traveling in went into a slight curve at a high rate of speed, leaving the road.

CHS names new JROTC classroom in honor of Rowland

Cleveland High School officially dedicated the space for its U.S. Air Force JROTC classroom on Monday, naming it the "Colonel Tom Rowland Air Force JROTC Classroom." Rowland, the a AUTUMN O'BRYAN, principal at Cleveland High School, speaks during Monday's ceremony at the school honoring former Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland by naming the new U.S. Air Force JROTC classroom after him.

Willie Lee Swafford

She was a lifelong resident of Cleveland, and a lifetime member of Hopewell Baptist Church, where she became a Christian in 1947. Willie was very active in her church and served as a Sunday school teacher for over 50 years.

City Council Asks Scope Be Narrowed On Study Of Fairness Of Stormwater Fee Formula

City Council members have asked that the scope be narrowed on a study of the fairness of the current procedure for charging the stormwater fee.

Dunkin' To Celebrate Cleveland Grand Opening With Free Coffee And Donuts For A Month

Dunkin' will host a grand opening celebration on Tuesday for its newest restaurant in Cleveland, 2428 Blackburn Road SE.

A spirit of gratefulness

A spirit of gratefulness by the people of France, to all American veterans, is as strong today as it was 74 years ago following the D-Day invasion on the beaches of Normandy.This became evident for a CLEVELAND VETERAN Mary Baier is shown among a group of grave markers at the American cemetery at Normandy, on a rise above Omaha Beach. She joined American Legion Auxiliary President Janet Allen in a recent, day-long tour of the historical World War II site and museum.

Ron Hart: a Trump rally is modern-day barnstorming Posted at

When President Trump stopped for a rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee, one of the papers that carries my column got me press passes to go.

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