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“It’s a great day for the Third District.”Those were the words of Cleveland Councilman Tom Cassada after learning the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation had awarded a $500,000 … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced two judicial appointments, which includes a Cleveland attorney. On Friday, Gov. Lee appointed Michael Everett Jenne to the 10th Judicial District Circuit Court, … more
A study group formed by the Cleveland City Council last year to look into the city’s Civil War past is gearing up to hold its first series of meetings, which were delayed by the COVID-19 … more
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A partnership, which includes Cleveland State Community College,  give students enhanced educational and employment opportunities in the future, became a reality in Athens earlier this month.On … more
RELAY FOR LIFE Planning Committee members include, front from left, Beth Rains, Laura Burnett, Lisa Sexton, Carolyn Botts, Amanda Ledford, Nancy Casaday; second row, Barry Mathis, Angela Mathis, Kelley Farrow, Traci VanNostran , Greg Farrow, Michael Patterson II, and Dewayne Belew. Not available for the photo were Ron Derrick and Paula Garner.     Cleveland Bradley Relay for Life scheduled for August Planning for the American Cancer Society 2021 Cleveland Bradley Relay for Life is underway with the Relay scheduled from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28, at the Greenway Park on Raider Drive. more
Hsin Shih Liu graduates from Georgia State University ATLANTA, Ga. — Hsin Shih Liu, of Cleveland, graduated from Georgia State University during the spring 2021 semester. more
Construction workers renovating space at Craigmiles Hall, where Lasaters Coffee & Tea will soon be opening its second Cleveland location, recently uncovered an architectural detail hidden behind … more
Local legislators were thanked for their support in helping facilities such as Life Bridges increase wages for its staff, which in turn will help recruit more needed employees.State Senators Mike … more
Tennessee state Sen. Ken Yager (R-Kingston) was elected chairman of the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations by acclimation on Wednesday. He succeeds Tennessee state Sen. … more
The Cleveland Civilian Club will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Joe Rodgers Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 19.The four-player select shot tournament will be held at the Chatata … more
Keg, Cork & Barrel-1Banner photo, DANIEL GUYFIRST HORIZON BANK staff line up for a photo just as the festivities begin at Keg, Cork & Barrel on Saturday evening. Pictured from left are Lisa … more
 Hudson Ross, who is celebrating his 10th birthday today ... Bryce Bennett, who will be 13 on Monday ... Shelby Beasley, who will turn 20 on Monday. more
Sanford Baptist Church, 2415 County Road 50 in Riceville will have Vacation Bible School June 14 through June 18, 6:30 to 8:30 nightly. The theme is “Destination Dig.”———Homecoming is today … more
When it comes to neighborhood safety, my officers and I want you to feel as safe and secure as possible. No matter where you live in the world, theft is always a possibility, but there are many ways … more
Today marks the grand opening of a new educational institution in the Southeast region. The McMinn Higher Education Center is celebrating its grand-opening ceremony today, announcing the … more
In less than four hours of work, the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee reviewed each page of the 2021-22 budget, making only a handful of changes. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis … more
Tennessee Wildlife 2022 calendar photo entries are now being accepted 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
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