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Bethel Baptist Tabernacle, 3165 Buchanan Road, will have  Homecoming on Sunday, beginning at. 11 a.m. Featured singing will be by the Greesons. Lunch will be served following the service. There … more
Lee University’s Zoe Riggins and Destiny Patterson have been named the 2021-22 Tucker Scholars for nursing.  Riggins, a junior nursing major and Cleveland native, first received the … more
 A Lee University security officer called the Cleveland Police Department after a male non-student threatened to fight him.The incident reportedly took place Tuesday night on the university's … more
A Rossville, Ga., man flagged down local police after he was allegedly robbed by three men while attempting to purchase marijuana.The incident took place Tuesday at an apartment in the Poplar Street … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County dropped by 94 from Tuesday, bringing the total down to 1,413, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report which was released … more
Local government entities should exercise caution when spending federal American Recovery Plan Act funding. That advice was among several items shared when the Tennessee County Commissioners … more
Attending a Bradley County Commission meeting may soon be as easy as clicking an internet link. Commissioners are slated to take up a resolution next week that would provide streaming video … more
On Tuesday, United States Sens. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), announced they would take additional steps to look into Facebook’s knowledge of its platforms’ … more
The Bradley County mayor's office is warning local residents of individuals who are going door-to-door posing as Bradley County Health Department employees and asking personal health questions, as … more
Businessman Greg Vital handily defeated DeAngelo Jelks in a special election on Tuesday to fill a vacancy in the Tennessee House of Representatives’ District 29, which encompasses a portion of … more
In 1979, President Jimmy Carter signed a proclamation establishing National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Locally, a ceremony honoring those brave men and women will be held Sunday at the American Legion … more
A man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for downloading child pornography at a Cleveland Starbucks.The man, Albert Todd Taylor, was also ordered to pay $3,000 in restitution to a group that … more
When new residents were annexed into the city of Charleston earlier this year, it was not only to provide services to those families and individuals, but to also help the city in seeking grants based … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County dropped by 136 from Tuesday, bringing the total to 1,507, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report which was released … more
Lee University has been ranked once again in the upper tier of southern universities in the 2022 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges. This year Lee ranked No. 27, moving up six spots … more
Debated for two weeks by the Bradley County Commission and approved without further discussion by the Cleveland City Council, the annexation of 23 acres near Exit 20 is moving forward. The city … more
The world's oldest flying DC-3 is returning to Cleveland’s Regional Jetport for another visit. The Flagship Detroit, a Douglas DC-3 built in 1937, will be in Cleveland on Saturday and Sunday. … more
Gabe Campbell, who is celebrating his 18th birthday today ... Sam and Joyce Tinsley, who are celebrating an anniversary today  ... Lynn Dykes, who celebrated a birthday on Tuesday. more
Eleventh Hour will be in concert Wednesday, 7 p.m.,  at South Cleveland Church of God.———Henegar Baptist Church, 1723 Mouse Creek Road N.W., is holding a revival  through Friday, … more
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