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The Charleston City Commission will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Municipal Buiilding on Worth Street more
In mid-February, the Cleveland Daily Banner will launch a new and innovative look, feel and focus to the annual  Progress Edition, which is the newspaper's annual review that spotlights the … more
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Relay For Life in Bradley County. Hundreds of thousands in donations have been raised through the Relay. more
Three new faces are being seen at the 10th Judicial District Attorney’s office, each with skills that will enhance the work in that office. more
Cleveland Utilities Vice President and CFO Marshall Stinnett reported to the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities on Thursday that customers will see a small cost decrease for power in January, but it … more
Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis gave his annual State of the County address Thursday, noting growth and low taxes, and displaying a wry sense of humor.The mayor, as has been his tradition, gave … more
The Cleveland Animal Control Board met Wednesday after an extensive break through the holidays, but there were very few items on the agenda. Board members in attendance included Board Chair Dr. … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office recognizes that the freezing temperatures present unique hazards for senior citizens. The extremely cold weather produces higher risk of social isolation, since many senior citizens want to avoid exposure to the frigid temperatures. more
The following is the complete text of Sheriff Eric Watson’s response to the resignation and letter of Capt. Steve Lawson:"The Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for the resolutions of … more
Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Captain of Criminal Investigations Steve Lawson abruptly quit his position without notice Wednesday morning, forcing Sheriff Eric Watson to quickly choose someone … more
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