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A blaze that destroyed a residence on Mount Zion Road Monday morning was most likely caused by an electrical issue.According to Bradley County Fire-Rescue Chief Shawn Fairbanks, the loss was … more
The Bradley County Commission got its first look at the county’s 2021-22 budget during Monday night’s voting session. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis presented his $195 million budget … more
The number of active cases of COVID-19 is hovering around the mid-century mark in Bradley County, but that’s definitely an improvement over just a few weeks ago. “We did get down to 49 … more
While Bradley County has been promised nearly $21 million in funding from the federal American Rescue Plan, when and how that funding will be available — and what it can be used to pay for — is … more
Even as summer nears, the Yuletide holiday is being discussed by the Charleston Recreation Board, and that group wants to hear from residents there on what they want for Christmas.The board met … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,226  Active cases: 57 (unchanged from Friday) Deaths: 153 (up one as of May 25) Confirmed … more
A woman was preparing to lie down to take a nap late Monday morning when she was informed by her neighbors that her more than 100-year-old house was on fire.The blaze took place at a residence on … more
Nat Akiona has been named as the new principal of Cleveland Middle School. Akiona will succeed Dr. Leneda Laing after she transitions into the role of supervisor of secondary education for … more
A suspect, who remains at large after his involvement in a police car chase that began in Bradley County and ended in Hamilton County Friday afternoon, has been identified by the Bradley County … more
The Bradley County Commission gets its first look tonight at the annual budget proposal by County Mayor D. Gary Davis. more
Several youth in Cleveland and Bradley County are looking for that special person to be there for them … to talk to, to enjoy time with, to learn from … to be their big brother or big sister.That … more
Tennessee Education Commissioner Dr. Penny Schwinn will be visiting Cleveland Middle School next week and she’s bringing legislators with her. Schwinn’s visit is scheduled for Thursday, June … more
A suspect is still on the run following a police car chase that began on APD-40 Friday afternoon in Bradley County, causing havoc on Interstate 75 and the Highway 153 exit in Chattanooga. more
Event spaces back open At CSCC Cleveland State Community College is once again offering opportunities for rental space for your next event. more
The Dustin Ledford “Live Wide Open” Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, June 12, at Chatata Golf & Country Club in Cleveland.The tournament was established in the memory of Dustin Ledford, … more
The quick actions of a school resource officer saved George R. Stuart Elementary School from further damage after a small fire broke out in a restroom. An electronic paper towel dispenser … more
A group of atomic-era United States Army veterans gathered in Cleveland on Memorial Day weekend to reminisce about their work constructing a nuclear waste repository on Enewetak Atoll in the Pacific … more
No business building permits, with the exception of the renovation of a local real estate office, were issued in May by the city of Cleveland; but residential construction jobs were estimated to the … more
Lee University’s CELL receives Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant more
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