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Mitch Cochran, manager of the Food City South grocery store on McGrady Drive, has a 1 in 10 chance of being named America's Food Store Manager of the Year.Cochran is one of 10 finalists, from an … more
During Monday night’s Bradley County Commission work session, Commissioner Thomas Crye made comments related to what he referred to as “biased reporting” by the Cleveland Daily Banner and an … more
10th Judicial District Attorney General Steve Crump is looking into an alleged violation of Tennessee state law related to use of publicly owned property on behalf of political candidates. more
Associated Wholesale Grocers recently announced award winners in merchandising for 2017, and two Cooke's Food Store employees took top prizes in the competition. Cleveland native Bianca Harris, … more

News that the Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home has received full funding was announced on Friday, and the celebration continued Monday night during the Bradley County Commission’s work session.

Cleveland High School is announcing a new cheerleading coaching staff for the 2018-19 school year. Dr. Jacquelyn Ingle will be moving into the  varsity football cheer coaching position … more

DELANO — The Hiwassee/Ocoee Rivers State Park in Polk County has a new manager. Recently, TDEC Deputy Commissioner of State Parks Brock Hill made the announcement at the park office in Delano. Hill was joined by State Rep. Dan Howell and State Sen. Mike Bell as Angelo Giansante was named Head Ranger.

The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office held a more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a roadside safety checkpoint on Friday, May 4, on Dalton Pike S.E. in Bradley County at approximately 10 p.m. more
The address and contact information for Family Tree Food were inadvertently omitted from an article in Monday's edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. The Jamaican restaurant is located at 310 20th … more
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