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In recognition of November as National American Indian Heritage Month, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis recently issued a joint proclamation, presenting it to the Chestuee and Ocoee Chapters of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. more
The Tennessee Department of Human Services is providing extra support to thousands of families who receive monthly cash assistance through the state’s Families First program. Households with a case in the Families First Program as of Dec. 1, 2022, will receive a one-time additional payment of $500 on their existing Electronic Benefit Transfer cards. This one-time payment will be available beginning Dec. 1, 2022. more
The Arts in Education and Business Council held its annual Arts In Education Grant Awards reception at the Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Oct. 27.  More than $20,000 in … more
Day 3 of the Empty Stocking Fund's 52nd-annual “10 Days of Giving” campaign has tallied more than $41,000 in yuletide giving since the fundraising drive's kickoff on Monday, Nov. 28.Last year, … more
The 2021 MainStreet Cleveland Christmas parade attracted nearly 12,000 watchers, which may have been a record, and organizers hope to match and exceed that number this Saturday, Dec. 3.Beginning at 6 … more
First Horizon hosted its Women and Wealth event at The Conclave of the PIE Innovation Center on Tuesday, Nov. 15. more
Lee University will hold the highly anticipated annual Classic Christmas celebration on Sunday, Dec. 4. This festive concert for the entire family will take place at 3 p.m. in the Conn … more
Lee University’s Mock Trial team successfully competed in the Chucky Mullins Invitational and the Owl Classic tournament.  “I am extremely proud of our Mock Trial team,” said Mark … more
Ag Literacy Week was celebrated nationwide on Nov. 13-19, and local extension agents helped celebrate the week with visits to local schools.Bradley County Schools celebrated by having UT Extension- … more
The Literacy Champion Award recognizes individuals who contributed within his/her community or state in an outstanding manner by providing services or promoting literacy. more
The Knights of Columbus Council No. 4572 recently presented a donation to the Orange Grove Center of Chattanooga. The donation was made possible through the council’s fundraising activities and … more
An archaeology team of students and employees from Southern Adventist University, working with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, uncovered an ivory hair comb in Israel. Discovered at Tel … more
Cleveland State Community College's Vocal Rhapsody and Blue Notes Jazz Ensemble will present an evening of holiday music on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center on the Cleveland State campus. more
Here's a riddle: What could be harmed by fire, but destroyed by water, too?The county archive.Meeting on Monday, Nov. 21, to prepare a recommendation for the Bradley County Commission concerning … more
Bryan College will hold a special  gathering Tuesday at the school's Rudd Auditorium to remember the life of Alivia Mynes, a star volleyball player who died in a traffic accident in Georgia on … more
Today is Tuesday, Nov. 29, the 333rd day of 2022. There are 32 days left in the year. 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 Bradley Pride Youth Wrestling Club recently received a major boost of support from the Allan Jones Foundation just in time for the holidays. more
Lee University recently announced the initiation of the Charles Paul Conn Centennial Scholarship program.Beginning with the fall 2023 semester, the sholarship will be Lee’s most competitive … more
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