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Supporters of a proposed dog park in Charleston — one that might be built with funds from the Boyd Foundation — are wanting people to let the foundation know they support the park by showing them … more
New Hope Pregnancy Care Center more
Lee University held its first in-person commencement ceremony since December 2019 on Friday afternoon, the first of six smaller commencements to be held  Friday and Saturday. “We are so … more
A Bradley County Schools bus transporting students was in an accident Thursday morning on Brymer Creek Road. There were  "no major injuries, only minor scrapes," according to Brittany Cannon, … more
Despite courts being closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bradley County Misdemeanor Probation has continued to operate. more
Tennessee State Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) told members of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development Council there were too many help wanted signs at area businesses, … more
The Ocoee Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes held its annual banquet Thursday evening, and it was a time of celebration for many, but a sad time, too, as those involved said goodbye, … more
Circle S Farms Joins Membership of American Angus Association  more
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 81 has been very involved in the latter part of April into May helping local veterans with a couple of projects.On   April 28,  representatives from … more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require correction measures immediately; if not possible, then the priority violations must be corrected within 10 days.  more
Evangelist Rick Coram will be the guest speaker for a revival May 9 through 12 at Maple Street Baptist Church. more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include: Total cases: 14,995 (up 12 since Tuesday)Active cases: 278 (down 17 since Tuesday)Deaths: 149 (unchanged since April 23)Confirmed … more
U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.) told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland on Tuesday the current situation at the U.S./Mexico border was a humanitarian crisis of “epic proportions.”The … more
A Bradley County Sheriff’s Office jail correctional employee was terminated after he was allegedly recorded on video shoplifting items at Walmart on Keith Street.The incident took place on April … more
A Cleveland man was arrested last week by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly possessing hundreds of child pornography images.Thomas Lanier Bowling, 51, faces 11 counts of sexual … more
Bradley County Schools is prioritizing finances for personnel, as laid out in its Fiscal Year 2022 budget proposal, but the expected funding from the state is still unknown as are possible cuts to … more
The Bradley County Commission welcomed the return of two commissioners who have missed recent meetings due to illness. more
Most of the permits issued by the City of Cleveland in March were for residential building, though one local business is making some big changes.Tractor Supply, located at 2750 Keith St., received a … more
The Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce Industrial Development Board held a special called meeting on Tuesday to approve an amendment to a series of $41 million recovery zone facility bonds … more
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