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A series of storm-ready rooms will be available later today (Thursday) with the approach of potentially severe thunderstorms that could include heavy rains, high winds and possibly tornadoes.Troy … more
Two local property owners put on their sleuthing caps after they were informed by the city of Cleveland about other individuals engaging in illegal dumping of trash and tires on their … more
All COVID-19 vaccine appointments at First Baptist Church of Cleveland have been postponed for Thursday due to forecasts for severe weather, according to Bradley County Emergency Management … more
Potentially severe thunderstorms, accompanied by heavy rain and winds, will be moving through Cleveland and Bradley County Thursday afternoon into evening, with some bringing with them a threat of … more
Bradley County Schools has confirmed it will dismiss early Thursday due to the threat of severe weather in the area later today and tonight.According to a mid-morning announcement by county schools … more
Deanna Hitch is the recipient of the 2021 Charlotte Thorogood Woman of Impact Award. more
Today's threat of severe weather throughout the Tennessee Valley, including the Cleveland and Bradley County community, has prompted Cleveland City Schools to announce an early dismissal … more
A Cleveland woman is facing charges after she was arrested on Monday by the Cleveland Police Department for allegedly leaving her child alone in a vehicle at a local grocery store parking lot.The … more
Bradley County active COVID-19 cases have fallen from 442 to 439, according to Wednesday’s Tennessee Department of Health report. Bradley County has had 13,827 cases and 142 deaths since March … more
A Knoxville man was caught "blue handed" after allegedly writing "KKK" on the Johnston Park Gazebo.The man, Donald E. Street, 64, was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department for vandalism and … more
A head-on collision between two trucks at the 600 block of Paul Huff Parkway Wednesday morning resulted in serious injuries to two individuals, with vehicle occupants flown by Life Force to an area … more
The newly named Charleston Planning Commission will meet tonight for its first official meeting.The gathering will begin at 6 p.m., and will be a Zoom meeting. To access the meeting, contact Janet … 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
Cleveland State’s new Health and Science Center is officially open for business. The new building, which opened to students on Monday, is the first new building for the college in 46 years. Students using this new facility include nursing, medical assistant, ems / paramedic, biology and microbiology. more
Cleveland’s downtown Moore building, located in the city’s historic Five Points area, has a new lease on life.On Monday, the Cleveland City Council unanimously approved the Chattanooga-based … more
The Cleveland City Council’s message to the United States Office of Management and Budget’s proposal to eliminate the city as a metropolitan statistical area was unanimous: No thanks.On Monday, … more
A drop in community service requirements has resulted in fewer volunteers to help with Bradley County’s growing litter problem. more
Ruthie Forgey is the recipient of the 2021 Lt. Col. Jim Tucker Award, given in recognition of long-term service and dedication to a United Way service partner. more
Bradley County active COVID-19 cases remain comparably high for the region at 442 cases, according to Tuesday’s Tennessee Department of Health report. Bradley County has been experiencing a … more
All adults will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Tennessee on April 5, according to an announcement made by Gov. Bill Lee. Lee announced in a video on Monday that all Tennessee residents … more
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