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Sarah Stephens getting the word out about some exciting new partnerships in education ... Sherry Crye preparing for a big moment in her working career which has been dedicated to education, business … more
The Securities Division of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is sponsoring the 2021 EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee — a financial capability challenge and scholarship available for … more
The Bradley County Trustee's Office will be closed for a two-hour window on Thursday for employee training, according to an announcement by Mike Smith, trustee.The office closure will take place from … more
The Cleveland City Schools Site Committee is considering two options for expansion in its long-range facilities plan, including the possibility of a fifth- and sixth-grade academy. Don Shell, a … more
The Cleveland Board of Education is expecting to review and vote on a new commercial cleaning contract at its April board meeting. The new contract will be with SSC Maintenance Services, which … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee was 809,692 as of Monday, including 839 current hospitalizations, 784,267 inactive/recovered cases and 11,866 deaths.Since Friday, there were 1,288 new … more
In 2020, Charleston grew after a small section of land, which included many homes and residents, was annexed into the city. Now, after a request by a developer, the Charleston Planning Commission may … more
Economic growth in Cleveland never slowed down during the pandemic, but that growth comes at a price, according to Doug Berry, vice president of economic development at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber … more
The Bradley County Commission is not meeting today, as it is the fifth Monday of the month; commissioners meet the first through fourth Mondays of each month. more
The Cleveland Board of Public Utilities approved a string of consent agenda items during its regularly scheduled meeting Friday at the Tom Wheeler Training Center.They included:• Approval of a … more
Adam Lewis, a 20-year Cleveland resident whose professional career spans roles in management and communications, has been named executive assistant to Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis.Named to the … more
Bradley County will soon have a pile of cash courtesy of the American Rescue Plan, but how it will be used is still anyone's guess.During a presentation at MainStreet Cleveland’s membership … more
The past year was a difficult one for the local Boys and Girls Clubs, but even so, many positive things happened in 2020 that have its leader optimistic about the future.Derrick Kinsey, executive … more
Mike Griffin, president and CEO of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, has been named recipient of the 2021 William F. Johnson Sr. United Way Community Service Award.The award was presented … more
While Cleveland is considered the City with Spirit, its also a city of discarded tires, abandoned shopping carts and litter-strewn roadsides.It's not alone. Municipalities across America are … more
First Horizon Foundation to Serve as Premier Sponsor for 65 Roses 5K Race/Walk:  The First Horizon Foundation will serve as a premier sponsor in this year’s 65 Roses 5K, held each year to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). The 2021 race, hosted by Lee University, is taking place on Saturday, April 17, at 9 a.m. with a Fun Run at 9:30. All are welcome to run or walk for this great cause. Registration and information for the event benefiting the CF Foundation is available Pictured is First Horizon Market President Bill Martin.  more
A Charleston man was arrested for rape of a child and other offenses after a juvenile reported she had been sexually abused while residing at the man’s residence when it was a foster home.The man, … more
Mark McGuire, the new manager and groundskeeper at Sunset Memorial Gardens, said he has a "vested interest" in improving conditions at the cemetery.For him, upkeep at Sunset is personal.“My wife, … more
Emergency Services panel given proposal for $1.5M ladder truck more
Fire-Rescue staffing update given committee more
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