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A special delivery was made in Cleveland Thursday in preparation for the two Wreaths Across America ceremonies to be held in the city on Saturday.Hundreds of wreaths were delivered to the American … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said  while the COVID-19 vaccine is a powerful tool, it will take some time to have a real impact.Although Thursday’s vaccine rollout was to be celebrated, Lee … more
Demolition of the former Whirlpool Plant 1 East and Plant 1 West manufacturing sites formerly operated near downtown Cleveland was placed in a two-way tie for No. 9 on the Top 10 Newsmakers list for … more
Tennessee recently measured as the highest state per capita next to Ohio in cases of COVID-19 infections. A chart shared on social media by Eric Topol, founder and director of the Scripps … more
    Lee University and Bank of Cleveland will present a virtual rendition of the annual “A Classic Christmas,” which will be livestreamed through the Lee website and aired on … more
Unity Church of God, 3144 Fulbright Road, will have its Christmas program on Sunday, 6 p.m. more
Abundant Blessings Food Ministry, 1807 Blythe Ave., will have a drive-through food giveaway on Saturday, 1 to 3 p.m. more
The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund is short about $5,000. With the donations received this week, the fund total is at $15,025. more
Tim Siniard, who celebrated a birthday Monday … Tammy Malone, who celebrated a birthday Tuesday ... Krystal Semak, who celebrated her 25th birthday Tuesday  more
To honor the Bradley County son credited with planting the seed almost two decades ago for a Cleveland-based veterans home, members of Bradley Central High School’s Class of ’64 have established … more
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Bradley County and around the world, but there is a bit of “bright news” according to County Mayor D. Gary Davis. more
The Bradley County Commission paid tribute Monday to Jerry Frazier, a longtime educator and friend who died on Dec. 8 due to complications from COVID-19. more
 An industrial accident that caused the release of hydrochloric acid at Charleston’s Wacker Polysilicon plant in November was placed in a two-way tie for No. 9 on the Top 10 Newsmakers list … more
As Tennessee is receiving its first doses of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine, Bradley County is experiencing a surge in its active cases of COVID-19. Earlier this week, Bradley County had 1,251 … more
Christmas in the Park, planned for Saturday in Charleston, has been canceled.The event was to take place in the municipal park, which is located just off U.S. Highway 11 (Hiwassee Avenue) between … more
The COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the economy has resulted in lost jobs and rising homelessness, making increasingly colder nights an added burden to those living outdoors.In an effort to provide a … more
The Cleveland Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will be holding two online transportation workshops on Wednesday.The public is invited to attend the virtual meeting and help the MPO plan … more
Life Care Centers of America reported a decrease in COVID-19 cases at its Cleveland facility as of Monday, signaling a strong reduction in the cluster of cases that broke out earlier this month at … more
A Bradley County school bus crash that took place on Old Parksville Road Monday evening has resulted in no injuries to the students, according to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.Another school … more
Scoring two touchdowns in the final five minutes of the Gator Bowl, the Volunteers defeat the Indiana Hoosiers 23-22 and finish the season 8-5. more
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