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University of Tennessee  law professor Glenn Reynolds told members of the Bradley County Bar Association that the nation’s federal courts are packed with what he terms “front row” … more
E.L. Ross Elementary School recently hosted a Digital Parenting Night to teach parents how to navigate the pros and cons of their children's technology use. David Tucker, a software architect … more
Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system which affected around 8,500 people in the U.S. in 2018 alone. To address this issue, and also to celebrate local survivor Britney Jane … more
Cleveland Kiwanis Club members on Thursday took a step in preparing for next March's Dr. Seuss Day, in partnership with Cleveland State Community College and Georgia Pacific.The Kiwanians also … more
The Bradley County Health Council heard from three different speakers at its November meeting on Tuesday, as each went over a different facet of the nationwide battle against rampant opioid abuse. … more
Santa Claus took a belly punch Wednesday from Mother Nature with the announced cancellation of Friday night’s Carols in the City and the Community Tree Lighting, and a 24-hour delay of the … more
As “patients” injured and traumatized by a fictional tornado poured into the Lee University School of Nursing building, students from several academic departments leapt into action to help.Their … more
Volunteer Energy Cooperative Vice President David Murphy says everyone at the utility is disappointed and upset regarding the indictment of a former accountant who allegedly embezzled almost $1 … more

Bradley County and the City of Cleveland are planning to work together to combat illegal tire dumping in the community.


An inmate at the Bradley County Jail is facing additional charges after burning a hole in a cell window, and vandalizing other jail property.

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