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Anyone planning to do any business with the Bradley County Trustee's Office on Monday, Sept. 27, should avoid the mid-day hours.Mike Smith, trustee, said the high-traffic office — located at 1701 … more
Joker, the Bradley County Sheriff's Office K-9 officer shot in the line of duty early this morning, is out of surgery and recovering, according to BCSO Public Information Officer Alana Shell."Joker … more
The sixth annual Community First Awards set out to offer credit where it was due and named Dr. John S. Jaggers III the 2021 Person of the Year. Jaggers, a pulmonologist, is a founding member and … more
The Cleveland Police Department has received the Tennessee Municipal League’s “Excellence in Police Services Award” in recognition of the department’s efforts to continue officer education, … more
A K-9 officer for the Bradley County Sheriff's Office is reportedly in critical condition and undergoing surgery this morning, after being shot at a Cleveland car dealership. The K-9, Joker, is … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks was elected to the Tennessee Municipal League’s Board of Directors during the organization’s three-day 81st Annual Conference, which concluded Tuesday at the … more
Middleton to serve as 4-H interim state curriculum specialist more
First Presbyterian hosting COVIC-19 vaccine, flu clinic more
  This summer, Dawson Davis, Eleanor Earles, Jonathan Gebbie, Peyton Laylock, Emma Osko, Megan Rogers, and Andrew Vick, all students from Lee University’s Spanish program, served in various … more
Twenty incoming freshmen were recently selected to become part of Lee University’s LEAP, a federally-funded TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program designed to aid in student success. LEAP … more
The City of Charleston will hold a public hearing Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. for the first reading of a resolution concerning a request to rezone property at 2393 Worth St. from commercial to residential. The … more
Bryson Woodward, who is 11 today ... Jeff Ross, who is celebrating "the big 4-0" today ... Don Allen Cross, Bernice Boring and Kevin Chin, who are celebrating birthdays Thursday ...  … more
Essential-worker compensation and broadband expansion top the priorities list the Bradley County Commission discussed Monday, related to coronavirus relief funding. In total, federal and state … more
Emergency approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 may come as soon as late October, according to an announcement from vaccine manufacturer Pfizer. On Monday, Pfizer said its … more
Cleveland City Schools’ summer-learning camps will be in the spotlight for a presentation given for the Tennessee House Education Committee Joint Meeting, set to take place Wednesday and … more
A second employee at the Bradley County Juvenile Court has died as a result of COVID-19. The Bradley County Commission shared a moment of silence in memory of Chris Stanfield, a youth service … more
Local COVID-19 cases have fallen again to 1,194 active cases, a decrease of 58 since Friday’s report from the Tennessee Department of Health. Local school districts have also seen a steep drop … more
Nearly 235,000 pounds of litter were picked up along the roads within Bradley County in the past fiscal year, according to Environmental Officer Lt. Tim Mason.Mason spoke to members of the Bradley … more
Former Bradley County Sheriff Dan Gilley shared memories of the old Bradley County Jail during a MainStreet Cleveland membership luncheon on Monday.While current Sheriff Steve Lawson has often … more
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