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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
Bradley County Schools sent out the following text message just before 2:30 p.m. Wednesday:"Good afternoon. BCS is experiencing internet issues in all locations except Walker Valley and Central … more
Autopsy results for a truck driver — who was involved in a crash at Exit 27 on Paul Huff Parkway in late July — were released by the Cleveland Police Department on Monday.According to Sgt. Evie … more
For the second straight year, the Museum Center at 5ive Points has postponed its annual gala, but this year’s event will still occur, though in January.The “Bradley Bandstand: Dancing Through the … more
Two more Bradley Countians died from COVID-19 over the weekend, according to County Mayor D. Gary Davis in his report Monday to the Bradley County Commission. “Hospitalizations have at least … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County increased by 122 individuals over the weekend, bringing the total to 1,643, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and Councilman David May are asking for a recount after learning of the United States Census Bureau’s population results for the city of Cleveland.During the Cleveland … more
A Calhoun man has been arrested after crashing a stolen vehicle on Dry Valley Road N.E., near Charleston. Christopher Burnette, 41, was arrested and charged with possession of stolen property, … more
For the second straight year, the Museum Center at 5ive Points has postponed its annual gala, but this year’s event will still occur later this year.The “Bradley Bandstand: Dancing Through the … more
A former Lee University professor charged with rape is preparing to go to trial. James L. Phillips, 69, was arrested Sept. 28, 2020, and charged with a single count of rape for an alleged … more
The Tennessee Department of Transportation on Friday awarded a $53.9 million highway construction bid for Phase 1 of the long-planned Highway 60/Georgetown Road widening project.According to state … 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
The agenda for today’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with no items currently listed for discussion. However, the meeting includes a report from Bradley County Mayor D. Gary … more
Police, deputies, firefighters and paramedics help so many in the community, but there are times they like to compete against each other in sporting events, just for bragging rights. This year, they … more
As The Isaacs closed this year’s International Cowpea Festival and Cook-off, organizers immediately began thinking about next year’s event and hoping it to be as successful as Saturday’s.The … more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday will vote on a consent agenda resolution authorizing Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks to sign an inter-local agreement with Bradley County for a non-contiguous … more
Trinity Trio will sing today, 10:30 a.m., at Phillippi Baptist Church, Harrison Pike.———Sean Proctor will be the guest speaker today, 10 a.m., at Galilee Baptist Church. Lunch will be served … more
The Thrive Regional Partnership is looking to Bradley County for funding. If a $20,000 funding request goes through, it would bring the county alongside other funding partners that include … more
  Lee University recently approved the founding of the Center for Responsible Citizenship (CRC). The CRC is directed by Dr. Thomas Pope, professor of political science, and coordinated by … more
The Little Diner on First was the winner of the 2021 Cowpea Festival & Cook-Off competition.Chefs competing in the cook-off were from Avail Senior Living, Big Tom’s Backyard Grill and Bar, The … more
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