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The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County decreased by 41 individuals over the weekend, bringing the total to 289, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report … more
The Bradley County Commission approved $7.5 million in bonuses for county employees during Monday’s voting session, but not without lengthy discussion and a plan that could lead to even more people … more
The Bradley County Commission votes today on plans to allocate funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. How the funds will be spent has been discussed at length over the past few weeks, with … more
The Bradley-Polk Isaiah 117 House is officially open and caring for foster children awaiting placement with a family. The journey to Isaiah 117 establishing a house in Bradley County to serve … more
The "Slow Down Tennessee" traffic-safety initiative coordinated by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office, in partnership with local law-enforcement agencies, is well underway.So, this reminder to … more
Cleveland 100’s Annual Meeting and Awards Night has been delayed due to what the officers and board members described as “health and safety issues surrounding COVID-19 pandemic and … more
BC ARP bucket follow-up 10-17 more
BC Cecil Crisp property story 10-17 more
Though trying to do the best they can in a difficult situation, the SPCA of Bradley County is now in desperate need of a new facility to house dogs and cats safely and humanely, as they are led … more
BC Juvenile Committee 10-17 more
By KAITLIN GEBBY more
Vehicles were lined up as early as 6:30 a.m. Saturday hoping to be one of the first to dispose of paints and other items at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day,The event, which had been … more
Annual food drive sponsored by Southern HeritageB Special to the Banner more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County increased by two individuals on Friday, bringing the total to 341, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report.Since the … more
Schools have 12 active coronavirus cases more
Library joins NASA in celebration of Jmes Webb Space Telescope launch more
A Cleveland man is facing multiple drug-related charges after police stopped to assist him in removing  a disabled motorcycle from a ditch. The motorcycle turned out to  be stolen.The man … more
Cleveland Pops offer ‘Passport to Travel’ Monday at WVHS "The 58-member Cleveland Pops fall season has begun with the first concert performance scheduled for Monday, Oct. 18, at Walker Valley High School. The Pops, which is Cleveland’s Official Concert Band, is directed by Sarah Pearson. This concert, “Passport to Travel,” will feature concert band compositions of various genres from cultures and countries around the world. Some of the selections included are "Lady of Spain," "Pirates of Caribbean," "Corsican Litany," "Cajun Folk Songs," "Africa," "Finlandia," "Irish Tune from County Derry and Shepherd's Hey" and "English Folk Song Suite." If you would like to receive an email reminding you of the concert and future concerts, join the concert notice database on the band's website, ClevelandTnPops.com. New members are welcome to join. The Pops concert season consists of five performances scheduled through the season culminating with the annual Memorial Day Concert in Cleveland’s Greenway Park. The concert on Oct. 18 begins at 7 p.m. at the Walker Valley High School, 750 Lauderdale Memorial Hwy. It is a free concert. more
 The Cleveland Apple Festival continues today, 1 to 6 p.m., around the Bradley County Courthouse Square.  There will be arts and crafts, information booths, live entertainment and games for … more
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