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Overtime pay and shift scheduling for Bradley County Emergency Medical Service employees were discussed during two governmental meetings on Monday, with both the Bradley County Emergency Services Committee and the Bradley County Commission taking on the topic. While officials agreed there is more that needs to be discussed, no definite plan was formulated.

“There is no reason to U-turn in any way,” Vice Mayor Avery Johnson said Monday as the Cleveland City Council began looking forward as the city’s new budget year looms on the … more
The Fiscal Year 2019 budget for the city of Cleveland was given a grand reveal during a special four-hour session Monday morning.City Manager Joe Fivas said the $50.8 million budget was developed … more
The Polk County Board of Education met Monday evening at Polk County High School, approving a project regarding bathrooms in the Chilhowee Middle School gymnasium.They also approved revision to the … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Christie Odom, Josh Brogdon, Sally Hays, Thomas Fetter, Chad Cantrell, Renee Moore, Rich Burns, Jeff Vincent, Mike Domeck and Sara … more
Bob Varner will be the speaker on Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the His Hands Extended Ministries devotions at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. ———Jesse Conner will be in concert Wednesday, 7 p.m., … more
Local 1676 UAW retirees will meet on Wednesday at noon, at Michigan Avenue Baptist Church.  ———Laney Devaney, area manager for Encompass Home … more
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