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"God has watched over us."That was the year-end message to the employees of the Bradley County Sheriff's Office from Sheriff Eric Watson as they gathered for their annual Christmas dinner held at the … more
The Bradley County Road Committee on Monday discussed dangerous roadways, distance corrections, flooding issues, work at Hopewell Elementary School, and the possibility of placing no-parking signs at … more
By BRIAN GRAVES Staff Writer Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson told the Cleveland Daily Banner on Thursday that the gun used by the alleged perpetrator of the Nov. 28 hostage situation at … more
Tellabration, an Evening of Storytelling will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11, at First Presbyterian Church in historic downtown Cleveland. The Cleveland Storytelling Guild sponsors the annual … more
Prospect Church of God will be holding a revival beginning on Sunday, Jan. 21. There will be two services on Sunday, at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. The revival will continue Monday through Wednesday, … more
When Hurricane Maria swept over Puerto Rico in September, it left the island territory in ruin. More than a month after the storm, much of the country is without power and access to clean water and … more
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18Melba Baumuller, Dominique  Craigmiles, Sherry Shaver, Kristi Alley, Louis Lee, Jason Dolch, Teresa Dobbs, Faye Buckner and James Kilgore, … more
Officials are predicting nearly 51 million motorists will travel 50 miles or less from their homes to celebrate Thanksgiving. Though those are national statistics, local law enforcement agencies know … more
Ordained will sing at Hampton Drive Baptist Church in the Sunday morning service. more
The Cleveland Duplicate Bridge Club will meet Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. at the Senior Center on Urbane Road. For questions or partnership information, call Judy Odeh at 473-0933.———The Bradley … more
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