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After 50 years in the newspaper business, Cleveland Daily Banner publisher Ralph Baldwin Jr. will be retiring effective Jan. 15. Baldwin has served as publisher of the Banner since January … more
CBCC announces new director of Communications & Marketing The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce welcomes Sarah Stephens as director of Communications and Marketing. Her first day with the chamber was Jan. 4. Mike Griffin, Chamber president and CEO, said, “We’re very excited to have Sarah on our team here at the chamber. We had several excellent candidates for the position, but Sarah’s strong public relations and communications skills plus her chamber experience made her a perfect fit. I look forward to her getting to know our members and helping us carry out our goals in the community.” Stephens brings more than 15 years of marketing communications experience to the role. Most recently, she worked as the communications manager for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, in Myrtle Beach, S.C., where she focused on public relations and community engagement strategy. Prior to Myrtle Beach, Stephens was the marketing communications specialist for Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation in Supply, N.C., where she was responsible for an integrated membership communications strategy. Originally from the Tennessee Valley, Stephens has a solid understanding of the region’s business community, having previously worked in marketing communications roles with the Chattanooga Airport Authority and Mueller Company. more
 As we venture a little further into 2021, my staff and I continue to move forward and plan for the future. As we do this, we are constantly keeping in mind that it is our goal to get better … more
An empty chair sat at the end of the panel as the Bradley County Board of Education came together for the first time since the passing of board member Jerry Frazier. Frazier, 72, died from … more
The Cleveland Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is looking to help Cleveland and Bradley County grab a piece of the burgeoning nationwide $47 billion bicycle tourism industry.The Thursday … more
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. — Slippery Rock University has announced its dean's list for the fall 2020 semester. Cameron Roudebush from Cleveland was included on the list. The dean's list consists of SRU … 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
Kowalik named to Vol State fall 2020 dean's list and honor roll more
Virtual program on Smoky Mountain wildlife crossings set for Jan. 28 more
The COVID-19 Fight: In the classroom and on the ground more
As Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland health care staff await their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Dr. Bill Johnson said none have reported significant side effects from the initial … more
Dream Weekend 2021 Speakers Announced Online tribute, downtown march open to all more
As an uneasy calm settles over Washington, D.C., and President-elect Joe Biden prepares to transition into the Oval Office, Cleveland and Bradley County leaders have continued to urge peace in this … more
Cleveland City Schools announced Wednesday it would go to its at-home learning plan for the second week of school due to the number of COVID-19 cases in Bradley County. The announcement came … more
A Rhea County man, who was indicted by a Rhea County grand jury in connection with the death of a Bradley County woman, has been transported from a Kansas jail back to Tennessee to await … more
It was a long, hot summer that began with the publishing of a fiery online petition.Calling for the removal of Cleveland’s Confederate monument, a city landmark that has stood at the intersection … more
Call it the COVID slide.Normally when students return to school after summer vacation, educators expect they have forgotten what they learned during the previous school year; hence, the phrase … more
Despite the difficulties and uncertainty that arose in 2020, Bradley County is still strong and thriving. more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Thursday was 634,237, including 3,351 current hospitalizations, 555,634 inactive/recovered cases and 7,492 deaths.Since Thursday, there were 9,000 … more
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