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Scott Elam, board chairman of ATS The Bridge, drew attention to how opioid drug abuse affects businesses while addressing the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Safety Council on … more
Charleston resident Chris Cassada and some of his friends made the Charleston City Commission an offer they couldn't refuse.Cassada and a friend are coaches of a couple of youth baseball teams. They … more
The City of Cleveland Board of Zoning Appeals met for its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, in the Municipal Building.The board approved the following items:• A request by Robert D. Burns for … more
Twenty-five adults from the Bradley and Polk counties who earned their high equivalency diplomas over the past year walked in a special graduation recently. more

Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith presented his annual report for fiscal year 2017-18 to the Bradley County Commission on Monday, voicing a positive outlook for the future. "Bradley County's finances are in excellent condition," Smith said.


A local teenager was honored during Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session for her quick thinking that saved three people from drowning recently.

A National Transportation Safety Board preliminary report on an incident involving a Florida man who was struck and killed by an airplane propeller has revealed the craft's ignition key was in the … more
City Manager Joe Fivas presented the Cleveland City Council during its work session Monday with three options to seek to decrease the high number of traffic accidents that occur on Paul Huff … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking a Cleveland teen who has been missing after running away from home.According to the CPD, Tracy Sherman, 17, has been missing since Aug. 5. Sherman, whose … more
Matthew Brown, a community leader, industrialist and former Bradley County commissioner passed away on Sunday.No funeral arrangements or visitation have yet been scheduled.He is survived by his wife, … more
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