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A Cleveland man was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department for indecent exposure on Saturday, after he allegedly exposed himself to a man and a 10-year-old boy as they were walking through an … more
On Monday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at tn.gov/ratetheplates. … more
A former church leader who faced solicitation of a minor charges after he attempted to coerce the victim into performing sexual acts, has pleaded guilty in a Bradley County Criminal Court, according … more
WACKER Chemical Corporation has announced the addition of Kenneth Collins as senior director, site leader of its Charleston, Tennessee, site where he will oversee all operations of the $2.65 billion, … more
An unoccupied table with a single rose, an overturned glass, a candle and a single lemon on a plate, signified the somber, but respectful tone of the POW/MIA Remembrance ceremony held Sunday at the … more
The Kiwanis Club of Cleveland recently held its annual golf tournament to raise funds to support its mission of “changing the world one child and one community at a time.”The tournament, a … more
The Bradley County Commission is slated to vote today on a resolution related to installing equipment in its meeting room, allowing its sessions to be livestreamed to the internet. more
The Healthy Community Initiative Committee stressed   those seeking funds from the county this year still have a deadline at the end of this month for filing their letter of intent.However, … more
The 86-year-old former Bradley County Jail, which took approximately a year to finance and build, was reduced to rubble in just under an hour Friday night.The demolition began at 6 p.m.The former … more
Whether you are looking for information on community services, financial planning, or medical services, all that — and much more — will be available at next week’s Fifty-Five+ Senior Expo. more
While local COVID-19 active cases appear to have fallen in recent days, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report, the data may not provide the full scope of their actual … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County dropped by 106 from Thursday, bringing the total down to 1,252, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report released Friday … more
A transgender student, who was recently suspended by Lee University for allegedly violating its policies regarding student conduct, will file a complaint through an organization that advocates for … more
Randy Mayton, who is celebrating a birthday on Monday … Dustin Curtis, who will celebrate a birthday on Tuesday. more
Many students in both the Cleveland City and Bradley County school systems rely on the Sac Pac program at The Caring Place for nourishment during the weekend, when they are not in school.SouthEast … more
The City of Charleston will hold a public hearing for the first reading of a resolution concerning a request to rezone property at 2393 Worth St. from commercial to residential. The public hearing … more
The public is invited to share thoughts and suggestions on how Bradley County should spend $21 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding. The invitation was issued Friday by Bradley County Mayor … more
Due to a recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, Volunteer Energy Cooperative (VEC) will hold a virtual annual meeting again this year instead of the previously scheduled in-person meeting. … more
The SPCA of Bradley County is hosting an extended adoption event next weekend, with a goal to “clear the shelter.” Samantha Vincent, operational director for the SPCA, told the Board of … more
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