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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
“School is a building which has four walls with tomorrow inside.” — Lon WattersThis was a part of a speech given by second-grader Lillian Johnson as she spoke at the dedication of the new … more
From Russia … without love.That seems to be the dark message from a group of hackers who unleashed a ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline Friday, resulting in pipeline shutdowns and gas shortages … more
Cleveland Utilities announced on Tuesday an ongoing sewer rehabilitation project scheduled for Wednesday on Candies Lane has been delayed.According to Greg Clark, CU's wastewater collections manager, … more
A handful of local residents appealed to the Bradley County Commission Monday to not raise taxes based on the recent property tax reappraisal. Commissioners were quick to explain that a new … more
A public hearing was held during the Cleveland City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting on Monday to hear comments regarding a zoning ordinance amendment for downtown’s central business … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,062 (up 30 as of Monday) Active cases: 191 (down 67 as of Monday) Deaths: 150 (unchanged since Friday, … more
Phones at the city of Cleveland offices have been ringing off the hook after several city residents opened their mailboxes and received their property-tax appraisals.Cleveland City Councilman Dale … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County is dropping but, unfortunately, so are the number of people seeking vaccinations. more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to promote Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Agencies participate by providing information and … more
The agenda for today’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with no items currently listed for discussion. more
The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, which will be preceded by a 1 p.m. work session.During the 3 p.m. session, Tennessee State Rep. Mark Hall … more
Lee University held its first in-person commencement ceremonies since December 2019 this weekend, conferring more than 600 degrees. First to collect their degrees were the graduates of the … more
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