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Scam artists offering bogus home repairs are reportedly at work in the local area. more
Katie Lowe, a 2021 graduate of Polk County High School, has been named recipient of the inaugural Kelby Fritts Memorial Scholarship.In a joint announcement by the family of the late Kelby Fritts, and … more
The opioid epidemic has touched the community, maybe not as badly as in other parts of the country, but still, it has been seen locally. Much of the dangerous narcotics that come into Southeast … more
A Bradley County woman has been indicted and arrested for tax evasion and theft. more
U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) weighed in on the nation's rising debt Tuesday by describing it as a threat to America. In a visit to Cleveland where he addressed the noon-day Rotary Club, the … more
A group of pastors are planning an event to break down barriers created by the pandemic and 2020’s racial reckoning. The Cleveland Pastoral Network has announced a weekend walking event, in … more
Boys & Girls Clubs program resumes at Cleveland State Since the pandemic, many programs and events were limited or canceled in regards to the community’s safety against COVID-19. more
Nicholas Poe-Jones, who is turning 24 today …  more
The Harry S. Truman Club of Bradley County on Thursday donated $1,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland in honor of Jeff Morelock.Morelock, who died earlier this year, served as a Bradley County … more
Ceremony for flag placement on Veterans Graves for Memorial Day On Saturday, May 30, the Ocoee District, Cherokee Area Council Cub and Boy Scouts gathered at the Bradley County Courthouse for a ceremony to start the American flag placements at the gravesites of veterens in local cemeteries of Bradley and Polk counties. more
Kassidy Middleton named Bradley County 4-H June Dairy Month chairman more
Megan Salazar, a senior at Walker Valley High School, was selected to receive a $2,500 STAR Scholarship from the P.E.O. Sisterhood. She was recommended by local P.E.O. Chapter AV, whose membership … more
“We are vulnerable. We are very vulnerable.”On Tuesday, United States Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland the U.S. needs to stand up to cyber … more
Cleveland Utilities on Tuesday warned that scammers were contacting customers and threatening to disconnect utility services if payments were not received within 30 minutes.The scammers are … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three-part series focusing on traffic improvements by the city of Cleveland. The final installment will be published in the Friday print and online … more
Last year’s traditional Memorial Day ceremony was postponed, then canceled, due to the pandemic, so many who wanted to show their support for the fallen soldiers in the U.S. Armed Forces had the … more
The American Legion Riders Chapter 81 was named the 2021 Bill Norwood Service to Veterans Award recipients at Monday’s Memorial Day ceremonies.The award is presented to individuals and/or groups … more
Construction workers renovating space at Craigmiles Hall, where Lasaters Coffee & Tea will soon be opening, recently uncovered an architectural detail hidden behind a 1970s-era drop ceiling.When … more
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