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Bradley County and the city of Cleveland appear poised to move forward together on a solution to addressing a billing error related to the Bradley-Cleveland Senior Activity Center.

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A Cleveland man was arrested last week after he was reportedly caught dumping tires in south Bradley County, near Spring Place Road. more

The Cleveland community, once again, has a voice in NBC's "The Voice" competition. Josh Davis, a former student at Walker Valley High School and now a student at Cleveland State Community College, is the latest to pursue the title.

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The Cleveland Health and Educational Facilities Board approved the issuance of  $4.5 million in revenue bonds to fund the construction of a 78-unit multi-housing facility by Cleveland Summit, … more
With winter coming, it is now time to start thinking about high energy bills. With that in mind, the Bradley/Cleveland Community Services Agency has begun accepting applications for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. The purpose of the program is designed to assist elderly, handicapped, and low- income households to offset their heating and cooling expenses with a one-time payment to their energy source. more
The long-awaited demolition of the former Kmart site at Bradley Square Mall began Monday morning with a crash of tumbling blocks and mortar, clearing the way for a new shopping center that will house … more
Cleveland State Community College has named a classroom in its new academic building in recognition of SouthEast Bank. SouthEast Bank earned this acknowledgement through charitable contributions … more
Willis to Join Percussion Ensemble in Concert   Lee University’s Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Andrew Harnsberger, will perform in concert with guest artist Dr. Jesse Willis on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.    The concert will feature the world premiere of “Unbreakable,” a piece composed by Harnsberger. In addition to traditional Brazilian music, there will be music by Mark Ford, Francisco Perez, Joe Tompkins, and Nebojsa Zivkovic.      Harnsberger, associate professor of percussion and percussion coordinator at Lee, is active throughout the year as a freelance percussionist and recitalist.  He is a performing artist and clinician for Malletech mallets and musical instruments, Remo Drum Heads, Sabian Cymbals, Ltd., and Grover Pro Percussion.   Harnsberger earned a doctor of musical arts in performance and literature at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, where he also received the prestigious Performer's Certificate.   Willis is currently an associate professor of music at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C. He is also a Yamaha Performing Artist, an educational endorser for Vic Firth and Remo, and the vice president of the South Carolina Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society.   At CCU, Willis is the director of percussion studies and is the artistic director of the CCU Percussion Ensemble and CCU World Percussion Ensemble. Under his direction, these ensembles have been invited to perform showcase concerts at PASIC, SCMEA and several Percussive Arts Society State Day of Percussion events.   Willis earned his doctorate from Texas Tech University, his master’s degree from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, and two bachelor’s degrees, also from Texas Tech University.    The Lee University Percussion Ensemble performs challenging and interesting percussion literature involving a wide variety of percussion instruments and has rapidly developed a reputation for musical excellence and expertise, according to Harnsberger.   The concert is free, non-ticketed, and open to the public.  more
Early voting ahead of the Nov. 6 Tennessee State General Election begins Wednesday at three locations in Bradley County.Fran Green, Bradley County's administrator of elections, said the early voting … more
Local organization ATS The Bridge is preparing to host an event to educate medical professionals on alternatives to prescribing opioid drugs for pain management. Seeking Alternatives: Opioids, … more
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