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The Bradley County Commission heard an update on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway during its work session Monday, including plans to expand the popular recreation spot. more
A Cleveland woman was airlifted to an Atlanta burn center Wednesday after suffering injuries in a house fire.According to Cleveland Police Department public information officer Sgt. Evie West, Mamie … more
Meigs County landowner Greg Vital told members of the eight-member Tennessee Valley Authority board of directors Wednesday that the federally owned corporation is the poster child of government … more
Kim Frady, the longtime University of Tennessee Extension agent for Bradley County, was honored by the Bradley County Commission during its meeting Monday. more
The Cleveland Daily Banner has learned the identities of three passengers who were ejected from a vehicle after it slammed into two utility poles as it was being pursued by a Calhoun police … more
The Tennessee Valley Authority wants people living along the shore of Parksville Reservoir to know they still have to make repairs to boat and fishing docks before lake levels rise at the end of this … more
The family of the late MaKlain Lawson, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Cleveland and Bradley County, has announced the start of applications for the inaugural MaKlain Lawson Memorial … more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared this photo she took last spring of two cardinals. She tagged it “Kissing Cardinals.” more
“The pair of American Goldfinches like the seed feeder made especially for them,” noted Helen Burton. more
“Winter blooming camellias remind us spring is coming,” according to Sharon Guy. more
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