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An early morning blaze in downtown Benton destroyed three buildings belonging to Mercy Tabernacle Church.The fire was still smoldering at daylight, and arson investigators and other officials were on … more
Nonprofit regional blood center Blood Assurance is calling on the Cleveland and Bradley County community to make blood donations at a local donor center or bloodmobile.Officials say the supply of O … more
Craig Wayne Boyd, Season 7 winner of "The Voice," will headline the seventh annual International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off, presented by Bush Brothers & Company and set for Saturday, Sept. 8, … more

Although Bradley County does not have a leash law on the books, a statewide leash law is in effect here. “According to Tennessee law, a dog may remain unleashed as long as it remains on the owner's property,” said Brian Graves, public information officer for the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

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Scott Elam, board chairman of ATS The Bridge, drew attention to how opioid drug abuse affects businesses while addressing the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Safety Council on … more
Charleston resident Chris Cassada and some of his friends made the Charleston City Commission an offer they couldn't refuse.Cassada and a friend are coaches of a couple of youth baseball teams. They … more
The City of Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals met for its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, in the Municipal Building.The board approved the following items:• A request by Robert D. Burns for … more
Twenty-five adults from the Bradley and Polk counties who earned their high equivalency diplomas over the past year walked in a special graduation recently. more

Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith presented his annual report for fiscal year 2017-18 to the Bradley County Commission on Monday, voicing a positive outlook for the future. "Bradley County's finances are in excellent condition," Smith said.

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A local teenager was honored during Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session for her quick thinking that saved three people from drowning recently.

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