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Nearly a year since the opening of the Brian K. Smith Workhouse at the Bradley County Justice Center, the success of the initiative was a topic of discussion at Monday’s work session of the Bradley County Commission. more

The Bradley County Commission received an update on the Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, during its work session on Monday.

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The Cleveland City Council voted Monday to approve $250,000 in funds earmarked for infrastructure work at Cleveland State Community College. The vote took place … more
Several schools are set to benefit from an $8.2 million series of renovation projects Cleveland City Schools officials hope will save additional millions of dollars in the long run. The Bradley … more
The Cindy Lynn Memorial Bluegrass Festival will take place Saturday, July 14, at The Barn at Hickory Hills. more
Two candidates for the District 4 seat on the Bradley County Board of Education recently responded to a Cleveland Daily Banner questionnaire which asked about topics of interest to voters.Incumbent … more
Two candidates for the District 2 seat on the Bradley County Board of Education recently responded to a Cleveland Daily Banner questionnaire which asked about topics of interest to voters.Incumbent … more
In a state where women’s basketball is nearly sacred, Rebecca Reuter has left a major impact on the hardwood for two closely followed programs over the past eight years.From being a part of the … more
Realizing puddle-jumping and pedagogy don’t have to be incompatible, a local educator and her team have launched a new preschool concept in Bradley County — a “forest school.” Woodsong … more
The Brooklyn Park, Minnesota Police Department recently showed the importance of law enforcement connecting with children. more
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