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Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,096 (up 2 as of Thursday) Active cases: 163 (down 9 as of Thursday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since … more
Birds are singing, flowers are blooming and yard sale signs are springing up from corner to corner of the Cleveland community, so all that’s left for welcoming the outdoor season is this: Movies in … more
In an effort to catch kids up on lessons lost during the pandemic without sacrificing summertime fun, the county schools are branding their summer school program as the “best summer … more
The Heroes for Life Blood Drive will culminate Saturday with a special Armed Forces Day celebration at Cooke’s Food Store.The celebration will include a cookout on the final day of the drive, which … more
Motorists may have wondered where they are when they exit Interstate 75 at 25th Street because the welcome sign was missing the C in Cleveland. But, that should not be a problem after that letter is … more
A Cleveland woman who was reported missing Thursday morning has been found and is safe.The announcement was made at 10:26 a.m.  by the Cleveland-Bradley Emergency Management Agency.CPD Officer … more
Although Colonial Pipeline announced Wednesday afternoon it had initiated the restart of its pipeline operations, the company said it will take several days for its supply chain to return to normal … more
The Cleveland-Bradley Emergency Management Agency issued an alert Thursday for a missing Cleveland woman who is suffering from several medical conditions, including memory loss possibly caused by … more
As Exit 25 motorists pull off I-75 and onto 25th Street, especially if they're traveling north, one of the first things they see is the large sign “Welcome to Cleveland.” However, if you do so … more
The long-awaited and highly anticipated Freedom Park, considered to be a future jewel for recreation and outdoor activity in the Valley View community, is getting closer to its completion.On a recent … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,094 (up 21 as of Wednesday) Active cases: 172 (down 3 as of Wednesday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since … more
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Women’s Council will host its first program of the year on Monday, May 24, at noon in a hybrid format. Sponsored by Tennova Healthcare, the meeting … more
Charleston City Commission members met for the first time in person in several months on Tuesday, and had praise for several projects in progress at the northern Bradley County community.Among those … more
The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant Unit 1 is once again producing carbon-free energy after safely completing a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage this week. Plant … more
“Things are moving fast” at the PIE Innovation Center, according to GOAL Academy Principal Kyle Page. Page has worked closely with Project Manager Corbett Drew on the PIE Center project … more
Dr. Linda Cash’s contract was extended to 2025 Tuesday night by unanimous vote of the Bradley County Board of Education. The board met in Ocoee Middle School’s gymnatorium after a retiree … more
The Polk County High School 2021 graduation will be held on Friday, May 21, at 7:30 p.m. It will be held on the high school’s football field.Valedictorian for Polk County High School Class of 2021 … more
Two men were arrested on Sunday by the Bradley County Sheriff”s Office in connection with the alleged theft of a catalytic converter.According to Taylor Woodruff, BCSO public information officer, … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,073 (up 10 as of Tuesday) Active cases: 175 (down 16 as of Tuesday) Deaths: 151 (up one as of Tuesday, … more
Many Bradley County Schools employees can expect to see a little more money in their paychecks after a 3% raise was approved for all salaried employees by unanimous vote of the Bradley County Board … more
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