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Beiersdorf announced to its employees on Wednesday that it will gradually ramp down production operations at its Cleveland plant beginning in January, with full closure expected in the third quarter … more
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office will launch a new speeding prevention public education campaign titled “Slow Down Tennessee" in an effort to reduce speed-related crashes, injuries and … more
A single woman lives in a hotel while she searches for an affordable place to live.A family, also sheltering in a hotel, asks for guidance from a local nonprofit to locate a three-bedroom apartment … more
A water main break resulted in several Cleveland Utilities customers without water on Tuesday.The break took place mid-afternoon, but was repaired by 4:30 p.m.According to CU, the water main break … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Monday was 826,371, including 822 current hospitalizations and 12,022 deaths.Since Monday, there have been 1,457 new cases and seven deaths. … more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require correction measures immediately; if not possible, then the priority violations must be corrected within 10 days.  Once corrected, the restaurant will receive the points back for the violation. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical Standards. The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward, adjustments.  If follow-up scores are available at the time of publication, they will be included. If inspections are supplied to the Cleveland Daily Banner at the end of the prior month, but after publication of the monthly report, they will be published in the next month’s report.  All of these scores and previous scores are available on the State website: http://inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee. 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
Bradley County’s COVID-19 vaccination rate is on the rise, but not a rapid climb. In addition, the number of local active cases is remaining steady. more
Two pieces of property, one inside the city limits and one just outside, were the topic of conversation at Tuesday’s Charleston City Commission meeting.Vice Mayor Frankie McCartney told … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Monday was 824,914, including 802 current hospitalizations, 799,612 inactive/recovered cases and 12,015 deaths. more
The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled session at 3 p.m. Monday, which will be preceded by its 1 p.m. work session.Pursuant to Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order 78, the … more
The Bradley County Commission will discuss monitoring odors around the local landfill at today’s work session. more
Economic development and education are among the top focus areas for U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Ooltewah). more
  Lee University will host the 2021 65 Roses 5K to raise funds for a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The in-person 5K race/walk will take place on Lee’s campus Saturday, April 17, at 9 a.m. … more
  Lee University’s Dr. Dewayne Knight recently received the Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society (TATS) Jerry Robertson Educator Award. The announcement was made during a virtual … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Friday was 822,085, including 837 current hospitalizations, 797,011 inactive/recovered cases and 12,001 deaths.Since Thursday, there were 1,120 new … more
When Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and members of the City Council recently toured Cleveland Court apartments — the new home for former residents of the nearly 100-year-old Cleveland Summit — he … more
They fought for our country, for our freedom, but when they returned to civilian life, they often found it hard, and fell into deep depression or sought ways to ease their minds with narcotics. They … more
For years, the stretch of U.S. Highway 64 through the Ocoee River Gorge has been studied and proposals for safety improvements  discussed. Once again, that area of highway is being analyzed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation, and the agency is asking for your input on what might be done. more
December 2020 will be remembered as a date that Bradley County lost one of its biggest education advocates with the passing of Jerry Frazier.On Thursday, the Bradley County Board of Education and … more
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