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Like other services defined as “essential” by Gov. Bill Lee’s original “Safer at Home” executive order — which was elevated Thursday to a mandatory "stay at home" — Lee University … more
Attention, please: Only three things should be flushed down your commode: pee, poo and toilet paper.That's the advice, maybe more a plea from Mike Ward, Cleveland Utilities' wastewater treatment … more
The United Way of the Ocoee Region is reminding local residents of its Ocoee Connect helpline, which is a valuable resource for the community. more
A letter to all law enforcement agencies by Gov. Bill Lee explains how and why they should enforce Executive Order Nos. 17 and 21, which require the closure of non-essential businesses and functions … more
Due to an uptick in travel across the state, Gov. Bill Lee has signed an executive shelter-in-place order requiring all Tennesseans to stay home when not conducting essential activities. The … more
When members of Generation X heard recent mention of Zoom, the reference to the word most likely conjured childhood memories of the 1970s-era, PBS television show that featured a dozen or so … more
The Bradley County Commission will test an online meeting platform Friday afternoon, as it works to be prepared to conduct business in the age of social distancing and “safer at home” directives. more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee during a press conference Wednesday defended his “Safer at Home” executive order, stating that it is the right approach for the state in its fight against the COVID-19 … more

Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis is encouraging local residents to follow the statewide “safer-at-home” order issued Monday by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee.

The list of "essential services," as defined by Gov. Bill Lee's "Safer at Home" Executive Order No. 22, is far more extensive than most Cleveland and Bradley County residents might imagine.As … more
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