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The Tennessee Board of Nursing has officially granted Cleveland State Community College permission to begin accepting nursing students once again. In 2016, the board ordered the college to stop … more
Military Appreciation Day organizers are looking for a few good businesses willing to step up as sponsors for the sixth annual event whose proceeds will launch the Bobby Taylor Memorial … more
With deadlines approaching for paying property taxes, the Bradley County Trustee’s Office has announced tax-collection satellites for the next two Saturdays.“The satellite locations have been … more
The man behind efforts to place a package store referendum before Cleveland voters describes himself as “a local taxpayer” who cares about growing the tax base and moving the city “into the 21st Century.” more
With one word, Cleveland Middle School student Lyric Marler won the chance to represent the city school system in the Chattanooga Regional Spelling Bee, an official qualifying event for the Scripps … more
Cluttered, overgrown and unkempt property was a major topic of discussion at Tuesday evening's meeting of the Charleston City Commission.Mayor Walter Goode was unable to attend the commission session … more

Bradley County and City of Cleveland officials seem to have reached a tentative agreement on the city’s proposed annexation of two properties in the county. However, whether the agreement is acceptable for both parties remains to be finalized.

Cleveland City Schools Director Dr. Russell Dyer has received a positive evaluation from the Cleveland Board of Education, and the board voted Monday to renew his contract for four more … more
The city of Cleveland will hold a community meeting Feb. 20 to discuss the 17th and 20th Street sidewalk project.City Manager Joe Fivas announced the meeting to the Cleveland City Council during its … more
Four new houses are slated to be built this year by Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, pushing the number of homes on the organization’s roster to 135. more
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