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Vaccines will be offered again this Saturday through a partnership between a local church group, pharmacy and nursing program that successfully staged a similar event earlier this month. more
Family Promise of Bradley County, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent and end family homelessness locally, is partnering with Family Promise National and its network of more than 200 affiliates nationwide to hold a digital awareness event on Wednesday. more
Nine area seniors representing Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley high schools graduated from the 19th Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce in a recent … more
CHATTANOOGA — Amy Bockerstette will be the keynote speaker for the Orange Grove Center Lunch for Champions. Bockerstette is a collegiate athlete and disabilities advocate. She attends … more
The city of Cleveland will pursue legal action after a Nashville Chancery Court judge dismissed the city's preliminary appeal involving a non-residential methadone clinic that received state approval … more
Two memorials were dedicated Saturday to honor the memory of Addicyn Medley and Lisa Dillard, who died in a bus crash in Meigs County last October. A utility truck collided head-on with the … more
Both local school districts will be represented at the regional level as administrators advance to the next stage of the Tennessee Department of Education Principal and Supervisor of the Year … more
Cleveland Utilities will be performing sewer main rehabilitations in two areas of Cleveland this month, which will result in road closures on Candies Lane and Blythe Ferry Road.CU will be performing … more
BC Commission flag sentry 4-18 more
Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) recently told news outlets he believes government entities should transition away from virtual meetings, if possible. Sexton spoke to … more
CUATS rebranding 4-18 more
The Bradley/Meigs Roughneck Motorcycle Club is staging its Fifth Operation Hero ride in Cleveland on May 15, with a portion of the proceeds going to support Cleveland 100, a nonprofit group that … more
Chelsea Hodges, winner of the TATS Backbone Award, assists an injured player during a game.   more
Cleveland State Community College is currently accepting nominations for its Sixth Annual Community First Awards and Gala on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 6 p.m. at The Barn at Faith Farms in Athens. … more
CSCC’s Medina and Phanor selected as Outstanding Honor Students more
In commemoration of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Legal Aid of East Tennessee is partnering with the District Attorney’s office of the Tenth Judicial District in hosting a walk to honor … more
The road has reopened after a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 75 shut down several miles of southbound lanes early Friday morning. Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) reported a … more
Blood Assurance is planning an ambitious blood drive that will honor veterans and active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces. The Armed Forces Blood Drive event, set for Saturday, May 15, will … more
Questions about the inmate workhouse at the Bradley County Jail were part of the discussion at Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session. more
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