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The Bradley County Commission will vote on its 2019-20 budget, as well as a new property tax rate on first reading on July 1, which will be followed by a public hearing on July 8.The dates were set … more
 Cleveland City Councilman Tom Cassada announced during WOOP’s Morning Jive radio program last week that he will be seeking re-election to represent Cleveland's 3rd District.He co-hosts the … more
(Editor's Note: This is the fifth and final installment in a series of news stories about the worsening eyesore of littering in the Cleveland and Bradley County community).While there may not be a … more
Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Russell Dyer was officially recognized Monday as the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents’ Southeast Tennessee Superintendent of the Year. TOSS … more
Eight youngsters graduated from the Junior Master Gardening Program on Monday, affording them bragging rights as certified green thumbs.It is the eleventh class to graduate from the program, which is … more
A new sign welcoming visitors to Cleveland has been installed at Exit 25.The welcome sign, which was installed Monday, was designed and constructed by Ortwein Signs of Chattanooga. The bid for the … more
Cleveland High School and Mountain View Nissan proudly display their BEST Partnership certificate. The Chamber’s newest BEST partners is a relationship between Cleveland High School and Mountain View Nissan. From left are Cleveland High School Assistant Principal Cliff Eason; Principal Autumn O’Bryan; Mountain View Nissan of Cleveland Executive Manager Thomas Williams; along with Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Director Sherry Crye; and President & CEO Mike Griffin.  Mountain View Nissan, Cleveland High School Form New BEST partnership more
The Cleveland and Bradley County school boards gathered for a joint meeting with the Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation on Monday. The annual gathering was a chance for the school … more
Brandon Gibson, a former Tennessee Court of Appeals judge who has been appointed to Gov. Bill Lee's cabinet as a senior advisor, spoke to the Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club recently. She shared how … more
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