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Former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen, now a U.S. Senate candidate, visited Bradley County on Wednesday as part of his campaign tour. The Democrat, who had served as governor from 2003-11, toured … more
In storybook lore, Chicken Little might have cried “The sky  is falling!” in reacting to news that Bradley County’s unemployment rate in January jumped by almost a full point. But in … more
When the Cleveland Board of Education passed its $49,198,240 budget for the 2018-19 year on Thursday, it did so knowing the “fully balanced” budget would not only cover existing needs but provide … more
Debra House and Stacey Emigh were the guests of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club Thursday, informing club members of the mission of Legal Aid of East Tennessee.House, a former Cleveland attorney, is now … more

A Bradley County man has filed a $1.5 million lawsuit against Bradley County government and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Carlton Walls and Bo Collins. Both deputies are being sued as individuals and in their official capacities.

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The Cleveland Metropolitan Planning Organization voted Wednesday to request public comment with a public hearing and vote on a modification to the improvements scheduled for Highway 60.And, the … more
VECustomers Share awards $5,000 in local lrants more
The debut of the local BaCON Festival continues to be scheduled for  Saturday, April 14, on Cleveland's Greenway at Raider Drive, but questions have surfaced.It seems that an avalanche of social … more
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