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Waste Connections will be running its regular routes Monday through Friday.———City of Cleveland government offices will be closed  today in observance of the New Year's holiday. more
Time comes in various divisions: A jiffy (100th of a second); a second (60 to a minute); a minute (60 to an hour); an hour (24 to a day) a day (seen to a week;1 week; a month; a year; decade; century … more
The Tennessee Department of Health released a timeline for vaccine distribution in the state on Wednesday, allowing the public to see when they might anticipate the opportunity to be vaccinated … more
Bethel Baptist Church, Old Chattanooga Pike, will have a New Year’s Eve service beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday. There will be sandwiches and refreshments as well as a variety of singers and … 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
Winter birds in East Tennessee: Let’s welcome the Snowbirds more
CASA staging radiothon fundraiser more
Waste Connections will be running its regular routes Monday through Friday.———City of Cleveland government offices will be closed  Thursday and Friday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, in observance of … more
Ruth Swiger, who is celebrating a birthday today ... David Goins, who is celebrating his 70th birthday, or what he calls the "50th anniversary of his 20th birthday" ...  Linda Cross, who celebrated a birthday on Sunday more
A transition of power at Lee University was silenced to a quiet changing of the guard by COVID-19 when Dr. Paul Conn stepped down as university president and into his new role as chancellor, making … more
As questions mount from Cleveland and Bradley County residents about how, and when, their tier groups can expect to receive COVID-19 vaccines, state health department officials have said information … more
A Rhea County man, who was indicted by a Rhea County grand jury in connection with the death of a Bradley County woman, will be transported from a Kansas jail to Tennessee next week.Guy William … more
With less than two days remaining in a year to be long-remembered for all things bad, organizers of a longstanding Christmastime drive have issued a community “thank you” in recognition of all … more
AT&T announced on Monday it will be waiving data-coverage charges for its customers due to the interruption in service caused by an explosion in downtown Nashville early Sunday morning.The blast … more
The Bradley County Health Department moved its COVID-19 drive-thru testing site to First Baptist Church to better accommodate traffic.Amanda Goodhard, public information officer for the Southeast … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Sunday was 564,080, including 2,813 current hospitalizations, 480,227 recovered/active cases and 6,512 deaths.Since Saturday, there were 3,188 new … more
 Among the moves Cleveland State Community College is making in 2021 to ensure growth across Southeast Tennessee and beyond is the addition of a Grants Director to the administration’s … more
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