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Local 1676 Retirees will meet on Wednesday at noon at the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church. more
Melissa Keith, Jason Duggan, Brooklyn McDermott, Samantha Bean, Casey Brown, Alex McKenzie, Kim Currin, Deena Harris, Randy Watson, Rita Jones, John … more
The public is invited to attend an open house Monday, Dec. 11, to learn about the proposed partnership agreement between TVA, the U.S. Forest Service and the state of Tennessee to manage recreation … more
For 27 years, Don Rollens and Chuck Haney  have hammered nails, installed windows and hung siding in the heat of summer and the frosty mornings of fall  on Habitat for Humanity … more
The judge overseeing the case of Sheriff Eric Watson said he would issue a decision within the next few days on whether the charges against the sheriff would be dismissed or the case would go to … more
Customers of Cleveland Utilities will receive a small (negative) gift during this holiday month with an increase in their electric rate.Financial Manager Marshall Stinnett reported to the public … more
The case of a Bradley County commissioner and local pastor versus the county clerk appears to be headed for trial.Commissioner Howard Thompson and Kinser Church of God Pastor Guinn Green filed the … more
Cleveland City Council members, city staff and others will close out the city's 2017 business agenda with the final Council meeting of the year Monday.The 1 p.m. work session will include a … more
Cleveland City Council members have been updated on improvement plans for the city's popular Deer Park, and Councilman Bill Estes  discovered how the park received its name.At a council session … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
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