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State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) has been invited to a meeting at the White House regarding Medicaid and TennCare work requirements. more
Tributes continue to pour in for Cleveland resident and Korean War veteran William "Bill" Norwood, who passed away Wednesday at the age of 87.Norwood served in the U.S. during the Korean War, and … more
The Bradley County Health Council’s February meeting addressed the topics of affordable transportation for seniors and the different health-related issues in Cleveland. MyRide TN Southeast … more
A joint investigation with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and Cleveland Police Department has resulted in a Grand Jury indictment of a Cleveland man for rape of a child. more

Law enforcement, fire, rescue and emergency medical services personnel in Bradley County will soon have an extra layer of protection when they are working in sometimes dangerous circumstances.

Bill Norwood, one of Bradley County's gentleman veterans, has passed away following a short period of illness.He was 87.Norwood has been one of the most distinguished of the community's older … more

A lawsuit involving Bradley County and BellSouth – and how the company figured 911 fees distributed to emergency communications centers – is slated to go to trial in May.


The Wacker Polysilicon North America plant near Charleston has received two citations from the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

The citations, received Monday, pertain to the inadvertent and unexpected release of chemicals during maintenance of removed process equipment on Aug. 30, 2017. 

The chemical that was released during routine maintenance at the plant was later identified as chlorosilane, which Wacker said reacts with water to form hydrochloric acid, a caustic material that can burn the skin and should not be inhaled.

Four individuals were in the area of the release, and were affected to the point that three of them were transported to Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland for medical treatment. One other person at the plant was treated there and did not require hospitalization.

There was no explosion related to the incident which occurred at 11:45 a.m. that morning.

Bill Toth, director of corporate communications and compliance for Wacker, said at the time of the incident it had been contained soon after it was reported.

He added that "the issue that led to the release has been resolved, and the plant resumed normal operations."

Bradley County Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center Administrator Scott Oliver, and Nursing Director Tammy Ledford, continue to share with the BHRC board the challenges of new governmental … more
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce honored local school teachers on Wednesday with its annual Salute to Education event. Chamber leaders honored the building and district-level Teachers … more
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