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Although Cleveland resident Donna Hubbard is accustomed to seeing coyotes traverse her three acres of property, she has noticed a new pair have recently taken up residence.“They look different,” … more
The Bradley County Commission will consider several resolutions during its voting session next week. more
Three major health-related issues were chosen as the primary focus for the next three years at Tuesday’s gathering of the Bradley County Health Council. These issues include adult obesity, … more
KIM OSMENT of the Trustees Office took this photo of sunflowers in her yard. more
State Rep. Dan Howell spoke to the Westside Ruritan Club recently. He gave the club an update on the 111th Legislative session which adjourned at the end of April. He told the group lawmakers passed … more
City Manager Joe Fivas told members of the Cleveland City Council earlier this week the city has several sources of matching funds needed for a planned $20 million streetscape project planned for the … more
The Bradley Healthcare and Rehabilitation Board met Tuesday at the county facility on Peerless Road, but took little formal action.Much of the meeting was the acceptance of a gift to BHRC residents … more
Dwight Richardson took the oath of office Tuesday to become the next president of the Rotary Club of Cleveland.He succeeds Aaron Weatherford, who is the director of membership at the … more
While inmate overcrowding and personnel understaffing were the Bradley County Jail’s main deficiencies in last week’s Tennessee Corrections Institute inspection, there were multiple other areas where deficiencies were listed. more
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