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The agenda for today’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with no items currently listed for discussion. more
The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, which will be preceded by a 1 p.m. work session.During the 3 p.m. session, Tennessee State Rep. Mark Hall … more
Lee University held its first in-person commencement ceremonies since December 2019 this weekend, conferring more than 600 degrees. First to collect their degrees were the graduates of the … more
CBCC to present Bedwell Award during Small Business Month Luncheon The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) will present the 28th Mel Bedwell Small Businessperson of the Year Award during the annual Small Business Month luncheon on Wednesday, May 26, at noon at the Museum Center at 5ive Points. The luncheon, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, will feature guest speaker Mitch Patel, founder of Vision Hospitality Group. more
  Desiree LaPeer was recently named Lee University’s 2021 Charles Paul Conn (CPC) Award recipient and was recognized for this achievement during Honors Chapel.  The CPC Award is … more
  Lee University Online will offer scholarships toward multiple online academic programs, along with two leadership courses. Lee Online programs are flexible, fully online, and fully … more
The Bradley County 911 Emergency Communications Center is understaffed by a dozen dispatchers, according to a recent study. 911 Center Director Sherri Maxfield noted the inclusion of two … more
A working office for Cleveland Mayor Emeritus Tom Rowland recently opened at The Museum Center at Five Points, where he will continue working as an ambassador for the city.The space is a replica of … more
Cleveland State Community College graduated the Class of 2021 in two in-person ceremonies on Friday and Saturday. President Dr. Bill Seymour said the ceremonies came at the request of students … more
Cleveland City Schools saw a hefty drop in COVID-19 cases and quarantines this week, just weeks before the end of the year and days before graduating the Class of 2021. With a total of seven … more
THE NEW MCMINN County Higher Education Center will open its doors on June 1. more
Since 2020 was a year more of staycation than vacation, due to COVID-19, hopes are that travel and tourism will be back to near normal in 2021. With that in mind, the Tennessee Department of Tourist … more
The Bradley/Meigs Roughneck Motorcycle Club is staging its fifth Operation Hero Ride in Cleveland on May 15, with a portion of the proceeds going to support Cleveland 100, a nonprofit group that … more
BCHS Celebrates Cambridge Diploma Candidates more
Fruits of the Backyard Field Day scheduled for June 15 SPRING HILL — Do you want to grow your own blueberries or blackberries, but you’re not sure how to get started? Or maybe you want some advice to enhance your efforts? Learn more at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s annual Fruits of the Backyard Field Day on June 15 at the Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center at Spring Hill.  more
The Heroes for Life Blood Drive is set to take place next week, with donations for the blood drive open May 10-15. Put on by Blood Assurance of Cleveland, the Heroes for Life Blood Drive seeks … more
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