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(Editor's note: This is the first of a multi-part series examining Cleveland and Bradley County's bridge infrastructure.)After news of cracked beam supporting the more than 9,000-foot Hernando DeSoto … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks is grateful and relieved Cleveland's status as a metropolitan statistical city is no longer hanging by a thread.Last week, the Office of Management and Budget announced … more
The state of Bradley County government’s cybersecurity is strong, but new threats mean new technology must be evaluated and added, as needed. The Bradley County Commission’s IT Committee met … more
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Bradley County active COVID-19 cases have surged from 57 to 208, as of Friday. The Tennessee Department of Health continues to report daily COVID-19 case numbers as demand for the vaccine wanes … more
Local leaders will consider a resolution amending an existing payment-in-lieu-of-tax (PILOT) agreement during Monday’s Bradley County Commission voting session. Commissioners got a look at the … more
Gaffney Athletic Preparatory Academy, which prepares sports enthusiasts for college, careers and life, is now enrolling students for the 2021-2022 year.The organization, led by former Harlam … more
Bradley County Constable Brent Runyon has resigned from his position, giving notice last week to the Bradley County Commission. Runyon has served the 7th District since 2014. Commissioner Kevin … more
“Panther for Life” was the theme for the 50th reunion of the 1970, 1971, and 1972 graduating classes from Charleston High School.  This theme was chosen because of the pride the students … more
Both the Charleston City Commission and Charleston Recreation Board heard proposals for the city park this past week, and looked at a possible sketch of what the dog park nearby will look like.No … more
Clearvision Quartet will sing today at Bethel Baptist Tabernacle, 3165 Buchanan Road S.E. Vacation Bible School will be held July 19 through July 23, 6:15 to 8:30 nightly.———"Alpine Ascent — … more
Paint Creek Campground is being temporarily closed to allow officials to safely capture a bear in the area. The bear has been in the area for several weeks and state officials have recommended this … more
The parents of a Cleveland Middle School student are seeking $15 million in damages be paid by the school district for allegedly trivializing sexual assault in a new complaint filed in a federal … more
A door opened, and an orderly line of 16 marching teenagers filed across the stage and stood at attention on command. They were the 28th graduating class of the LEAF Academy, a program designed … more
Pam Green and Brittany (Glover) Cannon, who are celebrating birthdays today … LaMar Ervin, Victor Rodriguez and Zach Hicks, who are celebrating a birthday Monday more
For Wayne Dickert, competing in the 1996 Olympics was a dream come true. Being able to be the hometown hero and compete in them just an hour away from where he grew up was unfathomable. Dickert … more
Betty Malone and Helen Riden, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
Victory Cove residents will soon have two new sets of neighbors following dedications Tuesday of residences constructed through Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland.William and Rebekah Ashe and Merilee … more
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