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A local doctor's office is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to existing and new patients.According to Wendy Grayson Smith, Dr. Paul Grayson Smith Family Medicine is administering Moderna's COVID-19 … more
Crossroads Community Church is planning to host its in-person Easter Sunday service inside Jim Smiddy Arena, on the Bradley Central High School campus. more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Despite the challenges over the past year, the United Way of the Ocoee Region is working to provide support to the community. more
Stephanie Taylor being her always helpful self in providing some needed communication ... Dr. Paul Conn working hard to confirm some historical data in order to meet an approaching deadline. more
A Cleveland resident’s dog that was shot earlier this week by an unknown individual, is now recovering at home after undergoing surgery at a local hospital on Tuesday.The incident took place a … more
Easter services in 2020 were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but many Cleveland and Bradley County churches are now planning on more traditional events this weekend, including the schedule at … more
A Utah man who identified himself to police as a sovereign citizen named “Lance I Am," was arrested Tuesday after a security guard at the Village Green Town Center called to have the man removed … more
Cleveland City Schools has slightly improved its COVID-19 case numbers for this week, according to a report released Thursday. Cleveland City Schools releases a weekly COVID-19 case report that … more
A Cleveland man has pleaded not guilty in federal court to 12 charges related to the Jan. 6 riot that led to the storming of the U.S. Capitol. more
Bradley County saw a welcomed drop in active COVID-19 cases Wednesday as they fell from 370 to 342. Bradley County has been coming down from a brief surge of COVID-19 cases, which was small in … more
In an effort to avoid wasting COVID-19 vaccine doses, local officials are encouraging people who make multiple vaccination appointments to cancel the ones they don’t need. more
A Cleveland resident’s dog is currently recovering at a local animal hospital after it was shot by an unknown individual earlier this week.The incident took place a little more than a month after … more
A hidden Bradley County farm holds the secret to Tennessee’s famous hot chicken. J.K. Folks, a local farmer, said he has practiced a time-honored tradition in his family of raising chickens … more
Local officials are encouraging people who make multiple COVID-19 vaccination appointments to cancel the ones they don’t need after they get their shot. more
Cleveland City Schools is denying that a middle-school student was repeatedly sexually assaulted by a classmate, according to a formal response filed in a $10 million federal lawsuit. In a … more
Some have had a run of bad luck; others have admittedly made bad decisions. They have one thing in common: homelessness.While some have jobs, others rely on social security. But meager incomes … more
Sarah Stephens getting the word out about some exciting new partnerships in education ... Sherry Crye preparing for a big moment in her working career which has been dedicated to education, business … more
The Securities Division of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is sponsoring the 2021 EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee — a financial capability challenge and scholarship available for … more
The Bradley County Trustee's Office will be closed for a two-hour window on Thursday for employee training, according to an announcement by Mike Smith, trustee.The office closure will take place from … more
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