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Cleveland City Council members have been updated on improvement plans for the city's popular Deer Park, and Councilman Bill Estes  discovered how the park received its name.At a council session … more
The case of a Bradley County commissioner and local pastor versus the county clerk appears to be headed for trial.Commissioner Howard Thompson and Kinser Church of God Pastor Guinn Green filed the … more
The judge overseeing the case of Sheriff Eric Watson said he would issue a decision within the next few days on whether the charges against the sheriff would be dismissed or the case would go to … more
Union Grove Church of Christ, Bates Pike, will have its monthly clothing giveaway at 10 a.m. on Saturday. more
The Cleveland Board of Education unanimously voted to grant tenure to 34 teachers during its meeting on Monday night. “This is one of the biggest duties we have as a school board and as a … more
Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas has provided City Council members with a timeline for the city's Strategic and Community Plan, including the anticipated inclusion of staff, focus groups and … more
Doug Berry, vice president of Economic Development for the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce, visited Monday's Cleveland City Council work session with a presentation of progress at the … more
Bradley County theaters are stockpiling their lightsabers and preparing for a massive turnout for the new film, "Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi" on Thursday. Bradley Square 12 and UEC … more
The Bradley County Board of Education is looking at partnering with Lee University to provide collegiate-quality athletic facilities for both entities. Dr. Paul Conn, president of Lee … more
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