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Savannah Valley Utility District serves a small area of northwest Bradley County, but it has sufficient infrastructure to provide water to all customers in its service area. more
Ocoee Utility District has the second-largest service area in Bradley County, providing water and a growing sewer service to its customers. more
Seven properties owned by Bradley County will soon be up for public bid: Six of them are new parcels for review and one has been offered before. The Bradley County Commission’s Tax Committee recommended minimum bid prices for each during a meeting Friday. more
The Tennessee Department of Health is reporting an increase in COVID-19 cases in Bradley County, with 79 new cases added Saturday.  more
All Nations church moves to Ocoee more
As I was de-cluttering my study last week, I ran across a list I had made during a Bible study some three or four years ago. It began, “I, Bettie Marlowe, surrender to my Heavenly Father and lay … more
Darleen Conley and friend, Roger Coe, will be headlining at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday night, January 15, 2021. The show starts at 7:00. The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is a ministry of the … more
After-school learning programs and summer-learning camps may be on the horizon for Tennessee students who have low proficiency in reading and math due to extended time away from the classroom caused … more
Big Spring United Methodist Church will have food giveaway on Saturday, 11 a.m. to noon. ——— more
Abundant Blessings food ministry will have a drive-through food giveaway on Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m.———Cleveland Urban Area Transit System will be closed Monday, Jan. 18, for Martin Luther King … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
In a year scarred by too much negative — a string of late-night Easter Sunday tornadoes, a beleaguered Confederate statue whose symbolism became a battleground of ideology and a pandemic that stole … more
Infrastructure. Infrastructure. Infrastructure.When Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks discussed the city’s “Build Our Futures Initiative” during his State of the City address at the Rotary Club of … more
Another Bradley County resident has died from COVID-19, bringing the county total to 90. Five local deaths have been confirmed this week from COVID-19. With the three latest deaths, 18 … more
A limited number of commemorative sponsorships for the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway banners that hang from the linear park’s light poles are available. That’s the good news. There’s … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks is looking above the horizon.On Tuesday, Brooks delivered his annual State of the City address during the Rotary Club of Cleveland’s weekly meeting. He delivered his … more
Bradley County is starting to see the post-holiday surge of new active COVID-19 cases. more
On March 5, 2020, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee called a press conference where he announced the first case of COVID-19 in the state. At the time, COVID-19 was a new concept. Many states were … more
Linzy Pulliam celebrating a birthday today ... Ethan Jones, who is having a birthday Thursday.   more
Abundant Blessings food ministry will have a drive-through food giveaway on Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m. more
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