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A third suspect was arrested in connection with the death of an Apison man, whose body was discovered by a group of hunters in Cherokee National Forest in October.The suspect, Willie Jay Boyd, 39, … more
Costs related to lawsuits have virtually depleted a budget line item Bradley County uses for that purpose. more
Construction on Cleveland City Schools’ newest institution, Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School, has been delayed, and the building is now not expected to be completed until April. Hal … more
Consider it a belated Christmas gift: the Winter 2019 issue of Bradley Essential magazine will be included in Friday’s edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner. more
Employees from the Tennessee Valley Authority’s environmental study team were accompanied by an armed TVA police officer as they conducted core samplings Tuesday, on properties that are the subject … more
A Cleveland woman on trial for the shooting death of her husband, local businessman James Michael “Tooter” Cheatham, was found guilty of second-degree murder Thursday by a Bradley County jury.The … more
Some say the racism seen in the United States throughout its history continues to have an effect on people of all races. That was the idea behind a panel discussion Lee University hosted Tuesday … more
As the Cleveland and Bradley County community this week remembers strides made in civil rights and equal treatment for all people, the shadow of the Charlottesville, Virginia, riots still looms over … more
The Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club has announced the speaker for its annual Sunrise Sunset Gala this year. The club will be welcoming nationally known comedian Henry Cho to Cleveland for the event, … more
A former Cleveland Utilities information technology clerk arrested nine months ago for allegedly misusing almost $5,500 in utility funds  has been identified by the Cleveland Police … more
Bradley County is moving ahead with the grant application process in an attempt to secure funding to extend public sewer service. more
A request from the Bradley County Commission for the City of Cleveland to annex property including the Bradley-Cleveland Senior Center and the Bradley County Recreational Park on Urbane Road is moving forward, but a question remains on the process. more
A medical emergency may be the cause of a motor vehicle accident that took place Tuesday near Waterville Elementary School in Bradley County.According to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office public … more
Lee University’s saxophone choir will give a concert Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Squires Recital Hall. “The Lee Saxes” is under the direction of Clint Schmitt, a part-time faculty member of the Lee … more
Sunday night’s total lunar eclipse came with a bonus — a supermoon, which is when the moon is closest to the earth. The three photos below are by Helen Burton. They show the moon as it moves into … more
State Sen. Todd Gardenhire’s extensive background in finance has landed him appointments to several key Senate fiscal-review committees for the 111th General Assembly of the Tennessee … more

Not everyone is a fan of lifting weights and cardio-building workouts, but Mathia Blomstrom certainly is. Of course, as fitness director at the Cleveland Family YMCA it’s part of the job.

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The Bradley County Trustee’s Office is offering  electronic billing for the first time, and so far more than a quarter of those paying county property taxes have taken advantage of … more
When Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and First Lady Kim Brooks attended the inauguration of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Saturday in Nashville, the new City Hall helmsman  also turned it into a … more
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, being celebrated today, was created to recognize the life and work of the Civil Rights Era leader.MLK Day has been a national holiday for more … more
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