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A Bradley County woman was killed in a traffic accident just outside Cincinnati late Monday morning. According to information released by the Dearborn County, Ind., Sheriff’s Office, the … more
The trial date has been set for the man accused of causing the traffic accident which took the life of Ashlyn Lamberth two years ago. Cody Judd was allegedly driving a logging truck north on … more
Twenty-six young women from across the state came to Cleveland for the week, and one of them is leaving as the 2018 Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee. Leah Humble of Sevier County was … more
As the need for skilled labor continues to increase in the area, partnerships between local companies and schools has become extremely important. The relationship between DENSO Manufacturing … more
“We dedicate these homes.” On a steamy Thursday evening, a crowd gathered to help three Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland families celebrate the dedication of their new homes, which … more
There are children all across Bradley County who will be starting kindergarten this fall, ready or not. Educators at one local school, Valley View Elementary School, have been doing what they can … more
Edwin Millan, the former Cleveland Police officer who was convicted in October in relation to charges stemming from the arson-involved burning of a vehicle in North Georgia, returned to Bradley … more
The City of Cleveland and Cleveland Utilities have been approved to receive a portion of $33.4 million in low-interest loans for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements. The … more
A new factor (but very old relic) had been added to design opportunities for the proposed Taylor Spring Park, located between 1st and Inman streets in downtown Cleveland. Taylor Spring is … more
Jack Bennett Sr., recently retired advertising director of the Cleveland Daily Banner, passed away Sunday afternoon following an extended battle with cancer. Bennett came to the Cleveland and … more
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