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During the Habitat Tennessee state conference this week, Cleveland’s own Executive Director Tammy Johnson was recognized as the "leader of the year". “I am very honored. I'm very humbled. … more
Nolan Palus and Ashley Garner are no strangers to Bradley Band. Their newly announced positions of director and assistant director already have been rewarding, both said. Palus, the new Bradley … more
Last year was a rough one for Cleveland City Schools’ bus drivers. A driver shortage has been an ongoing challenge for school systems across the state as they prepare for the upcoming school year. … more
Students and parents are just a few weeks away from the start of the 2022-23 school year. As teachers and parents prepare for the new semester, Cleveland City Schools has released a list of … more
The Partnerships in Industry and Education (PIE) Innovation Center is slated to open in late October, but officials say students will be able to begin classes on-campus in August. The rotary … more
While some students are away for the summer and others are working through summer classes, Lee University’s campus is undergoing a few renovation projects.  Cross Hall, a female dorm on … more
Mike Hayes will deliver the commencement address at Lee University’s summer ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, July 30, in the Conn Center. "Commissioning and commencement are always exciting … more
Wesley Memorial United Methodist is seeking donations for its “sack pack” ministry, which provides meals for city school children to take home over the weekend.Diana Whittle, an usher and … more
When Anna Kate Sims recently graduated from the Air Force Academy in Colorado, there was no one happier for the young Cleveland High School graduate than Ashley Watson Johnson, who had graduated from … more
To answer questions about the college, scholarships, programs, courses and how to plan for the future, Cleveland State Community College will host a virtual reconnect information session noon to 6 … more
The Student Wildlands Adventure Program (SWAP) at Cleveland State Community College recently received The Wildlife Society’s Diversity Award. SWAP is a student-exchange program that allows … more
Cleveland State Community College made university history with the hiring of its seventh president, Ty Stone, the first female president of the college. She is also the first African American … more
A shortage of bus drivers has been an ongoing challenge for school systems across the state as they prepare for the upcoming school year, and Cleveland City Schools is no different ⏤ its … more
Donald “Don” Goff, "a true Southern gentleman" who served as principal at George R. Stuart Elementary School for 18 years, passed away Thursday in Chattanooga. He was 76.Goff served was the … more
The Bradley Cleveland Community Services Agency (BCCSA) is offering free summer meals for children July 13-29. Each of the following is a “grab-and-go” site, meaning families need only to … more
What started as a small pantry available to hungry students has turned into an overflowing schoolwide resource. After receiving donations from the community on Monday, July 11, Bradley Central High … more
A new logistics program is being introduced at Cleveland State Community College this fall. The logistics and supply chain management concentration, of the associate of applied science degree in … more
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced Monday, July 11, that a Cleveland native had joined more than 1,200 additional winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by colleges … more
The Bradley County Virtual School this year will move into the PIE Center offices, which will provide teachers and students with access to event space, CTE classes and more, the principal … more
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