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Amber Paige Green,  now a former United Christian Academy employee charged with aggravated statutory rape, pleaded not guilty during her arraignment Friday. Green’s attorney waived the reading … more
K-2 students at Mayfield Elementary recently used Indi ⏤ an entry-level learning robot used to inspire imaginative, play-based learning ⏤ as an introduction to coding basics. With Indi’s … more
Kellee Geren, from Cleveland, recently was named Outstanding P2 Student at East Tennessee State University's Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy’s annual awards ceremony. Gatton College of … more
Leah Hargis, a senior at Cleveland High School, was selected to receive a $2,500 STAR Scholarship from the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO) Sisterhood. Hargis served as the student … more
The inaugural cohort of Bradley County Jail inmates, including Jordan Brown, Brandon Revelle and Terry Holmes, received their HVAC EPA 608 certifications on Tuesday. In a joint effort, City … more
The Cleveland City School board has voted to approve a communications audit. The proposal for the audit, made by Director of Schools Russell Dyer, suggested the school district allow the National … more
All Tennesseans are encouraged to submit public comments on the proposed rules for a new public school funding formula by Tuesday, Aug. 2. The Tennessee Department of Education released the proposed … more
Gov. Bill Lee on Monday signed an executive order to hold school systems accountable for safety and to evaluate law enforcement training. The order also establishes additional resources to support … more
Three individuals were recognized for their dedication and hard work at Cleveland State Community College’s annual spring Commencement Ceremony. Mayra Salgado was selected as the 2022 Distinguished … more
Two sisters from Cleveland State recently explored American history and government in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Estee Gray and Rebecca Ratcliff are sisters from Bradley County. Two years ago, Gray … more
The Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation celebrated students, educators and donors during its recent annual Gift, Grants & Gratitude luncheon at the Westmore Student … more
Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a student’s need for nutrition. The Summer Food Service Program, which is administered in Tennessee by the Department of Human … more
Chattanooga Gas Company (CGC) is seeking to install a new regulator station in the Georgetown Road area. The station would replace the existing underground regulator station and “improve … more
Cleveland State Community College is giving students the opportunity to build their own businesses with the essential tools and resources. The George R. Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and … more
Cleveland City Schools is seeking to hire a more diverse staff for its district. In a school board meeting Thursday, Kelly Kiser, director of human resources, discussed plans for the … more
Bradley County Schools is partnering with Bark, a student account monitoring platform that uses artificial intelligence to scan student Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 accounts ⏤ including … more
Two local students were named to Union University’s president’s list for the spring 2022 semester. Isaac Smith from Cleveland and Megan Salazar from Georgetown were given the honor for being … more
Lee University's Squires Library recently hosted the 7th annual Student Research Showcase, where students of various disciplines were encouraged to submit and present on any research-related project … more
Lori West, professor of biology and assistant chair in the department of natural sciences, has been selected as the winner of Lee University’s 2022 Excellence in Teaching Award. The Excellence … more
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