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Proposed traffic studies and the need for more east-west connectors were among the items of discussion Tuesday for the Bradley County Commission’s Road Committee. more
LAZY DAYS OF SUMMER – Jamie Arms shared this photo of Bruce Almond’s 12-year-old golden retriever Madison “beating the heat.” During the extreme heat, be sure your pets have plenty of … more
The City of Cleveland and Cleveland Utilities will temporarily close the intersection of Candies Lane at Rolling Hills Drive beginning at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14.Utility crews will be installing … more
Local businessman Jason Peng moved from China to the United States, eventually settling in Cleveland, attracted by the city’s friendliness, as well as by the its reputation as a religious-minded … more
Jason Malone and Bobby Vaughn, who are celebrating  birthdays today ... Gavyn Lett, who celebrated his 12th birthday on Friday. ... Betty Snyder, who is celebrating a birthday on Monday.  more
Councilman Tom Cassada defended the decision to construct a new elementary school on Georgetown Road/Highway 60  during the Cleveland City Council’s meeting on Monday.The location of the … more
Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith has presented a financially positive annual report to the Bradley County Commission. more
The city of Cleveland has been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to complete Phase 6 of the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway.The announcement was made by … more
Cleveland Mayor Emeritus Tom Rowland was appointed to the Cleveland Municipal Airport Authority by the Cleveland City Council on Monday, replacing current board member Lynn DeVault who has … more
The Bradley County Commission is set to discuss several items during its work session meeting today. more
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