New Traffic Pattern To Be Created On Cummings Highway Beginning Monday

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
There will be road work occurring on Monday, beginning at 9 a.m., on Cummings Highway between Hemlock Circle and Drew Road in order to create a new traffic pattern that will convert a westbound through lane to a two-way, left-turn lane. Please drive cautiously.

View CDOT's map of event and road closures for full details of these activities and other projects underway in our public space.      


Salvation Army Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Day Of Service

Closures Announced For Ashland Terrace Work Beginning Tuesday

Cleveland Recycles 5K Will Be Held June 8


To celebrate MLK Jr. Day, several volunteer projects will be happening at The Salvation Army. Southern Adventist University will be hosting a “Street Store” at 10:30 a.m. at 800 McCallie Ave. ... (click for more)

Starting on Tuesday, trenching across Ashland Terrace, starting at the entrance to the Walmart Neighborhood Market, will be done two lanes at a time, maintaining two-way traffic. This is expected ... (click for more)

The City of Cleveland will be hosting its Fifth Annual Cleveland Recycles 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 8. Each participant is asked to bring five recyclable items (paper, ... (click for more)


Happenings

Salvation Army Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Day Of Service

To celebrate MLK Jr. Day, several volunteer projects will be happening at The Salvation Army. Southern Adventist University will be hosting a “Street Store” at 10:30 a.m. at 800 McCallie Ave. At the store, clothing and shoes will be hung on the gates of the property as well as along the roadways, and Southern students will act as personal shoppers to assist the homeless with ... (click for more)

Closures Announced For Ashland Terrace Work Beginning Tuesday

Starting on Tuesday, trenching across Ashland Terrace, starting at the entrance to the Walmart Neighborhood Market, will be done two lanes at a time, maintaining two-way traffic. This is expected to take three to four days. There will be an overnight closure of Ashland Terrance on Friday, Jan. 25, from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. to install the gas pipe. Local detours will be posted. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Askia Witherow Charged In October 2018 Murder Of Jacob Dakota Moore Of Apison

Authorities have charged Askia Witherow in the October 2018 murder of Jacob Dakota Moore of Apison. An investigation by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Polk County Sheriff’s Department, the 10 th District Attorney General’s Office and the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the arrest of the 39-year-old Ooltewah man. At the request ... (click for more)

Haslam Grants Clemency To 23 Individuals As He Exits Office

On his last day in office, Governor. Bill Haslam on Friday granted executive clemency to 23 current or former Tennesseans. He said, “These individuals receiving pardons have made positive contributions to their communities and are worthy of the forgiveness that may help them restore their rights or obtain employment. Those receiving commutations will gain another chance to ... (click for more)

Opinion

Don’t Trust County Attorney Taylor’s Gag Order

At this point, most of us are aware of the WWTA debacle on site selection and the half-baked planning for a new treatment plant on Mahan Gap Road. There were also untruths given to the public about the basis or need for a new treatment plant on Mahan Gap Road by WWTA. That, my friends, is offensive. Pam Sohn of the Times Free Press outed the WWTA’s false contention ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Sunday’s Blood Eclipse

The sun, the moon, the stars, and the celebration of the late Martin Luther King are inching towards a perfect alignment for this Sunday night. At just before midnight, every child below the age of 99 … and, yes, there are other “older children” like me … will be able to watch a total lunar eclipse. This super blood moon is going to be fun because we will be able to see the moon ... (click for more)