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On Monday, local authorities nabbed a man wanted by police after allegedly initiating a car chase that led them through Bradley and Hamilton counties before ending in a wreck. Derrick Leon … more
While Bradley County’s proposed 2021-22 budget covers $195 million in revenue and expenditure line items, one area in particular is drawing discussion and disagreement ahead of next month’s … more
The Cleveland City Council passed a resolution directing city officials to send a letter to the Tennessee Department of Transportation requesting to fast-track a traffic improvement project at the … more
A petition is currently being circulated to rename a portion of First Street in honor of Grace M. Tucker, a longtime Cleveland resident who died last month.Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas told the … more
For the first time in nearly 10 months, the Bradley County Commission did not hear an update on local COVID-19 active cases, hospitalizations and vaccinations at its meeting Monday. more
Pickleball court hogs at Tinsley Park have been using aggressive tactics to keep the facility for themselves while discouraging novices from enjoying the pastime, according to complaints heard by the … more
Cleveland Fire Department Chief Ron Harrison is hanging up his fire helmet.On Monday, he announced he will be retiring on June 30. Harrison has 26½ years of service under his hat, with seven of … more
As Civil Air Patrol members Ella Kidd and Saul Savage raised the United States flag at Monday’s Flag Day ceremony at the Cleveland Elks Lodge, there was no doubt that the city remains one that … more
 NASHVILLE — The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise — and deplete the nation’s blood … more
The Cleveland and Bradley County community will gets its chance to say farewell to a local legend Tuesday afternoon as funeral arrangements for "Corky" Whitlock have been announced. The local radio … more
The next step in Bradley County’s 2021-22 budget approval process takes place today when the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee presents its budget proposal to … more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday will vote on a resolution to authorize sending a letter to the Tennessee Department of Transportation to express the city's financial commitment in partnering … more
Daniel Cox, a Class of 2021 graduate of Bradley Central High School, has been named recipient of the third annual MaKlain Lawson Memorial Scholarship.The joint announcement of Cox's selection has … more
Animal control, litter and property taxes are some of the biggest issues the Bradley County government is facing today, according to Adam Lewis, executive assistant to Bradley County Mayor D. Gary … more
One of America’s less-recognized patriotic observances — in comparison to Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Veterans Day ceremonies — will be held today at 6 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Flag … more
After 60 years as the  "Voice of Bradley County," the community's most beloved broadcaster, has gone silent.While a number of strokes impeded his radio efforts before he retired in 2014, and … more
Cleveland Utilities is reporting a power outage is affecting several thousand customers in northwest, northeast and southeast Cleveland.The outages occurred at approximately 8 p.m. as a series of … more
A Cleveland man was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department early Thursday morning for allegedly attempting to cut a catalytic converter from a vehicle at an apartment complex on Keri Lane.The … more
On June 14, 1777, the United States approved the design for its first national flag, and while there have been changes to the flag as new states became a part of the nation, the flag has always been … more
While the proposed 2021-22 budget was the hot topic during last week’s Bradley County Commission meeting, roads and paving were again an area of discussion. Commissioner Charlotte Peak, who has … more
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