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(Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles exploring the worsening problems with littering in the Cleveland and Bradley County community, and how local organizations and agencies are … more
Mayor Kevin Brooks swore in seven new Cleveland Police Department officers Monday during the Cleveland City Council's work session.The officers joining the force are Zachary Kilby, Evan Driskill, … more

Three K-9 officers have been taken out of service at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office over questions about their training and certifications.

Councilman Tom Cassada expressed concern during Monday's meeting of the Cleveland City Council that the upcoming Candies Lane drainage improvement project will worsen road congestion unless a plan is … more
COME ON IN THE WATER’S GREAT — Jennifer Hardison provided this cardinal couple sitting on the edge of the solar bird bath. She had been enjoying the water. He on the other hand looked like he … more
The emotional, real-life aspects of budget preparation came to the forefront during Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session, along with the economic impact. more
A resolution outlining what Bradley County will allow in its rights-of-way is one step closer to being officially adopted. more
Beer may be flowing soon at the Old Woolen Mill.The Cleveland City Council voted under new business Monday to amend a city ordinance to increase the number of Class 2 beer permits after a request was … more
Jackson Rice, who is celebrating a birthday today ... Vernon Sr. and Willa Williams, who celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary on Monday …  more
The Bradley County Commission is slated to receive the preliminary 2019-20 budget during today’s work session. more
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