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Tennova-Cleveland's chief medical officer reported that hospitalizations are much improved, but the hospital is anticipating the possibility of another post-holiday spike in patients. Dr. Bill … more
As doses of COVID-19 vaccine trickle into Bradley County, those awaiting inoculation will need to remain especially vigilant about wearing masks and maintaining social distancing for the foreseeable … more
Cleveland City Schools will begin the spring semester with a staggered schedule, similar to the introduction to the fall semester. Earlier in the school year, the city district implemented a new … more
When Sherri Maxfield, director of the Bradley County 911 Center, learned that AT&T’s transmission building in Nashville had been damaged during the Christmas Day bombing, she knew the aftermath … more
In its first meeting of 2021, the Bradley County Commission has a light agenda for tonight’s voting session. more
As schools prepare to make their return this week, Bradley County added another coronavirus-related death over the weekend to its total count, bringing the toll to 74 local COVID-19 fatalities.The … more
Elections are always big news, but in 2020 they were monumental. more
By JASON DEBUSK more

The following items were compiled by the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library from old  issues of the Cleveland Daily Banner and its forerunners the Cleveland Banner, the Journal and the Journal and Banner.

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The Bradley County Regional Planning Commission recently approved amendments to the county’s subdivision regulations to add and amend requirements for road construction in subdivisions. more
The Cleveland Board of Education voted in early December to expand its course offerings through a new policy, which allows students to earn credit for courses through other institutions if not … more
A new website is available for Bradley County residents interested in learning more about the study being done to develop a master utility plan. 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
The Tennessee Valley Authority and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency has partnered with numerous local emergency response organizations to ensure residents living near TVA’s nuclear power … more
Amanda Goodhard, public information officer for the Tennessee Department of Heath's Southeast Region, thanked First Baptist Church of Cleveland for recently furnishing a portion of its parking lot to … more
Squires to lead Cleveland State in research, effectiveness in 2021 more
Sheriff’s Column more
This has been a year that many will not want to remember, what with the pandemic, the loss of employment, and not being able to see family for safety reasons. For some though, it was an even more … more
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