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Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include: Total cases: 14,983 (up 13 since Monday)Active cases: 295 (down 6 since Monday)Deaths: 149 (unchanged since April 23)Confirmed COVID-19 … more
Park View Elementary School's mission is to “grow students and build futures.” It was evident  this has been accomplished in the school's first decade.The school, located on Minnis Road, … more
Principal Autumn O’Bryan announced further details on the Cleveland High School graduation, scheduled for next Friday, May 14. This will mark the second graduation Cleveland High School has … more
Lee President Dr. Mark Walker, right, presents Emma Posey with the 2021 F.J. Lee Award during a recent chapel service. Posey wins 2021 F.J. Lee Award   Lee University recently announced Emma Posey winner of the 2021 F.J. Lee Award. more
  Spring has sprung in the mountains. People are getting out into their public lands to soak up the sights and sounds. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service encourages people … more
There is only one item of business on the Bradley County Commission’s meeting agenda tonight, but it could heavily impact the ongoing budget process. more
A power outage that affected approximately 1,200 Cleveland Utilities customers early Monday morning was caused by equipment failure. According to CU, the outage took place at 6:40 a.m. Power was restored by 7:39 a.m.
Sheriff’s Column 05/02/2021 Warning: Slick Roads Ahead! more
Polk County 4-H offers low-cost summer camp   more
  Grace Anne Cochrane, Language and Literature major, was recently named the recipient of Lee University’s 2021 Zeno C. Tharp Award. Dr. Mark Walker, president of Lee, recognized her … more
Second TVEC cohort to graduate from CSCC 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
 NEW YORK —   The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is inviting senior citizens across the country to get a free virtual memory screening this May as part of Older Americans … more
Last week was National Infant Immunization Week, and Tennessee Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey said it’s not too late for parents to vaccinate their children from childhood diseases. In … more
The Bradley County Commission is anticipating nearly $21 million in additional federal funding, but also wants to stave off a drop in state aid from the State of Tennessee. more
Members of the Bradley County Commission discussed “discouraged workers” and the impact they may have locally. more
United States Air Force veteran Joe Gilbert believes there will be a need for a Space Force Academy soon, and he is trumpeting that Tennessee would be the ideal setting.Gilbert, who served in the … more
Out of 63,000 calls the Cleveland Police Department responded to in 2019 resulting in 4,700 arrests, less than 1% involved use of force that included drawing a weapon.That's because training and … more
Gov. Bill Lee has declared Tennessee is no longer in a public health crisis from COVID-19 and is repealing the authority for county mayors to issue mask mandates, but schools will still have the … more
A Ringgold, Ga.,  man, who allegedly went on a car-buying spree at a local auto dealership using checks from a nonexistent checking account, was arrested on Tuesday by the Cleveland Police … more
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