The Cleveland Civitan Club has decided to cancel the Special Olympics scheduled for Saturday, at Cleveland High School.
Officials said, "We know our athletes will be disappointed, but we cannot take a chance on the projected weather."
August 27, 2015
Creative Discovery Museum will be closing the doors at 3 p.m. on Saturday in order to get ready for AmuseUm, the party for grownups that benefits kids. We'll open the doors again at ... (click for more)
Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: South Crest Road Bridge repair project over I-24 (between MM 182.3 – 182.4) and East Main Street: Work on this major ... (click for more)
This week in the Arts: Thursday, August 27 Sequatchie County Friends of the Library Book Sale in Downtown Dunlap, TN History Happy Hour at the Museum Center at 5ive Points, Cleveland, ... (click for more)
Creative Discovery Museum will be closing the doors at 3 p.m. on Saturday in order to get ready for AmuseUm, the party for grownups that benefits kids. We'll open the doors again at 10 a.m. on Sunday for AmuseUm: Kids Edition. During this day, guests, including members, will “pay what they wish” as a donation to the Museum. There will be all of the high-tech ... (click for more)
Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: South Crest Road Bridge repair project over I-24 (between MM 182.3 – 182.4) and East Main Street: Work on this major bridge repair project on the South Crest Road Bridge over I-24 and East Main Street in Chattanooga continues. During the project, the bridge itself is closed, as well as the section of East ... (click for more)
With the census climbing at the Erlanger Health System, hospital officials are scrambling to find available hospital beds. Rob Brooks, chief operating officer, said 12 rooms were opened up at Erlanger North in Red Bank. He said some of those are utilized for main campus patients who may actually be ready to go home but still have a Medicare-required three-day stay. He said the ... (click for more)
Attorneys for Life Care Centers of America are asking in a 20-page motion that its founder and still leader, Forrest Preston, not be made a defendant in a False Claims Act lawsuit in Federal Court. The motion says the government "seeks to change the nature and scope of this case seven years after the government began investigating the facts and documents" in the case. Judge ... (click for more)
As a resident physician at UT College of Medicine Chattanooga, I know first-hand the impact Medicare financing for Graduate Medical Education has on physician education and access to care for patients in our community and communities all over the country. GME funding provides medical school graduates the opportunity to complete the required years of clinical residency training ... (click for more)
Some genius in the Quaker Oats marketing department came up with a novel idea last summer with the theme: “What if you had the chance to do something you have always wanted to do … but you had to start today?” Somehow Michael Hope and his family – that includes three children – got to be interviewed and, when his 10-year-old daughter Lauren was asked, she said she always wanted ... (click for more)