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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Economic Recovery Group on Thursday issued new guidances for non-contact sports, summer camps and higher education under the Tennessee Pledge, the statewide plan to reopen … more
A Cleveland woman was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department Friday after she allegedly entered the home of a local couple and kicked their dog, damaged a motorcycle, choked the female resident … more
Neither rain nor pandemic has slowed construction on the new Health and Sciences Building at Cleveland State Community College, according to Alisha Fox, vice president of finance and … more
An alleged shoplifter who had been previously  banned from the Keith Street Walmart was arrested Monday at the store for shoplifting — theft of property, Schedule I-VIII drug violations and … more
Vietnam veteran Jerry Cissom lines flags along both sides of Young Road. Memorial Day holds a special place in Cissom’s heart. Cissom hopes everyone takes a second out of their busy days to … more
Two more residents at Life Care Center of Athens died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the fatality rate to 14 since the cluster of cases first struck the skilled-nursing facility last month. more
Cleveland Utilities' involvement in the widening of Highway 60/Georgetown Road will get an update, according to Jimmy Isom, vice president of CU's Electric Division. more
In his 14th year serving in the Tennessee General Assembly, state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) recently discussed his public work, reviewing past achievements and looking forward to the future. more
Trinity Trio will be at the Bethel Baptist Church’s Fifth Saturday Singing on May 30, 6 p.m. Dinner will follow in the fellowship hall. The church is located at 2514 Old Chattanooga Pike.___Dallas … more
(Editor's Note: In the absence of our newspaper's traditional coverage of the Memorial Day Ceremony on the Bradley County Courthouse Plaza, Cleveland Daily Banner staff writer Tim Siniard presents a … more
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