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Southeast Tennessee launches #AdventureSmartTN campaign to promote safety in the outdoors   more
  Are you looking for fun opportunities for your youth this summer?  Summer day camps are a great opportunity for youth to have a good time but also learn new skills. … more
The Cleveland State Community College Foundation held its annual board meeting on Thursday where new changes were made for the upcoming year. The Board’s mission is to raise funds for students that … more
Leaders Build kicks off May 20 more
  Dr. Chad Schrock, associate professor of English, has been selected as the winner of Lee University’s 2021 Excellence in Advising Award. Lee President Dr. Mark Walker made this … more
Lillie Jacobsen, Oak Grove Elementary School’s P.A.T. president, said she had difficulty gathering the pieces of history of the original school and the building that stands on Durkee Road … more
Cleveland Middle School has been awarded $7,000 from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER) to help implement high-quality civics education programs to prepare students for college, … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,130 (up 7 as of Tuesday) Active cases: 107 (down 16 as of Tuesday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since May … more
The multi-award winning family group, The Isaacs, will be the featured performers at this year’s International Cowpea Festival in Charleston.The Isaacs have performed at the Grand Ole Opry, are … more
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development is now accepting applications for the Tennessee Historic Development Grant Program, which will allocate nearly $5 million to … more
When Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis delivered a brief, but promising, update Monday on a significant slide in COVID-19 active-case numbers, he had no idea the news would get even better within … more
The Museum Center at 5ive Points is extending the deadline for time-capsule submissions until Tuesday, May 25. The Museum Center is commemorating Tennessee’s 225th statehood anniversary with a … more
Oak Grove Elementary schoolers heard the history of their beloved school building, a tale once thought to be lost that was recovered for its 125th anniversary. P.A.T. President Lillie Jacobsen … more
The Cleveland Fire Department responded to a blaze that took place in one of the city's oldest structures Tuesday afternoon.The incident occurred at approximately 2:30 p.m. at the two-story Houston … more
The Tennessee Department of Education has awarded $1.5 million to Bradley County Schools in a grant for the PIE Innovation Center. TDOE announced Monday it is distributing $30 million in federal … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,123 (up 23 as of Monday) Active cases: 115 (down 25 as of Monday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since Tuesday, … more
With the arrival of nicer weather, the Bradley County Road Department's busiest season is ramping up.Road department officials met Monday with the Bradley County Commission's Road Committee and gave … more
In what may have been his briefest COVID-19 update to the Bradley County Commission to date, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis shared that the number of active cases of coronavirus is going down. more
A small fire Monday morning in a restroom area at George R. Stuart Elementary School forced an evacuation of the building, but no injuries have been reported and classroom activity is back in … more
An inmate at the Bradley County Jail has died at a Cleveland hospital. According to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Taylor Woodruff, the inmate, 26-year-old Matthew … more
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