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WCLE RADIO OWNER Steve Hartline is seen in “jail” Thursday night, as he was placed in the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Christmas float with the Chick-fil-A cow and the Grinch. Donors to the … more
Ross Anderson, the man arrested for the 2015 deaths of a mother and her child, was sentenced to life in prison, with the possibility of parole, in a Bradley County court Thursday.Anderson was … more
State Rep. Kevin Brooks delivered an inspiring talk and brought well-wishes from Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam to Thursday morning's Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance ceremony at the Cleveland Elks Lodge.Not … more
The Cleveland Board of Public Utilities conducted its final meeting of the calendar year Thursday, approving several routine items and acknowledging an award to one of the community's leading … more
Bradley County is on the cusp of a major time of economic development.New construction. New roads. Record low unemployment. A new industrial park.All of these have made their way into the county’s … more
A new alliance has been formed in the Polk and Bradley county community in an attempt to protect, preserve and promote the Old Copper Road.Members of the Old Copper Road Preservation Alliance met … more
Joe Wilson's last day as director of the Emergency 911 Center will be Dec. 29, and the 911 Board is now seeking a replacement for the man who has served as the only person to lead the center.The … more
                A heated “Letter to the Editor” war of words over the impact to local taxpayers caused by the … more
Barry Currin came to Cleveland years ago as a young reporter for the Cleveland Daily Banner. Now, he and his wife, Kim, are business and property owners, and the latest recipients of the MainStreet … more
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