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The Bradley/Meigs Roughneck Motorcycle Club is staging its fifth Operation Hero Ride in Cleveland on May 15, with a portion of the proceeds going to support Cleveland 100, a nonprofit group that … more
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Fruits of the Backyard Field Day scheduled for June 15 SPRING HILL — Do you want to grow your own blueberries or blackberries, but you’re not sure how to get started? Or maybe you want some advice to enhance your efforts? Learn more at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s annual Fruits of the Backyard Field Day on June 15 at the Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center at Spring Hill.  more
The Heroes for Life Blood Drive is set to take place next week, with donations for the blood drive open May 10-15. Put on by Blood Assurance of Cleveland, the Heroes for Life Blood Drive seeks … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Heros from across the region will gather on May 15 at Greenway Park for CASA’s Superhero 5K Run/Walk. The Superhero 5K Run/Walk is an opportunity to raise awareness about the pressing need in the community for everyday heroes to swoop in and stand up for vulnerable children.  “At CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties, we believe superheroes are ordinary citizens going out of their way to help children in need of a voice,” explained executive director, Christopher Janetzko. “Our volunteer advocates lift up the voices of abused and neglected children, helping to ensure a brighter future for our community.”  On May 1, participants will gather at Greenway Park (775 Raider Drive) in Clevelande. Just prior to the 5K race beginning at 8 a.m., Megan Ownbey from Body by Hannah will lead in a warm-up. Right after the 5K race begins the 1-mile walk will start. Those interested in participating can register at casabp.org/5k  Superhero costumes are welcomed and encouraged for the 5K race or 1-mile walk. Awards will be given to the adult, youth, and dog that have the best hero costumes. Awards will also be given to the fastest runners of the 5K.  Sponsors of this event include Body by Hannah, Beaty Fabricating Inc., Pen Gulf Inc., Check into Cash, Premier Surgical Cleveland, Southern Heritage Bank, Ralph Buckner Funeral Home & Crematory, Eternity Fencing, McDonald's (Smith Family), Riverstone Wine, Spirits and Brew, Edward Jones (Jake Brigham), Jerry Hoffer Attorney at Law P.C., Simpkins Group, Edward Jones (Curt Duncan), Richard Banks & Associates P.C., Insurance Incorporated, Honda Cleveland, Voytik Center for Orthopedic Care, and Tennessee Valley Bone and Joint.  CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley & Polk Counties is a nonprofit that works alongside community volunteers to make sure the voices of abused and neglected children are heard in court. CASA's volunteers are trained by CASA staff members and appointed by local judges to advocate for a child’s best interest. These volunteers help local judges develop a more complete picture of each child’s home situation in order to determine a safe and permanent placement for each child. CASA volunteers advocate for the voice of an otherwise voiceless child. more
Cleveland High School Thespian Troupe 505 recently held its semi-annual inductions at the Betsy Vines Memorial Theater. The International Thespian Society (ITS) is an honorary drama organization for high-school theatre students.  Several induction ceremonies were postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.  To be inducted, a member must have served 100 hours inside theater productions at CHS.  The Troupe inducted 23 new members.  From left, back, are Maria Mitchell, Lily Guthrie, Hannah Morris, Kalani Estrada, Daisy McPheron, Najah Johnson, Tajela Richardson, Mary Klepper; middle,   Francis Rodriguez, Eli Blake, Christian Armstrong, Jairus Pettaway, Aidan Lawson, Kaylob Phranasith; and front, Joyce Chen, Mili Felix, Grace Maddox, Avery Cavitt and Ellie Christmann.  Not available for photo were   Hannah Marr, Abigail Brannen, Jake Pelley and Lyrik Cook. Several Cleveland High School Thespian Troupe 505 membrs were recognized as Honor Thespians by serving 600+ hours in the CHS Theater Department.  From left are Caelie Porter, Grayson Lindsey, Riley Taylor, Miriam Blake and Alex King.   more
Supporters of a proposed dog park in Charleston — one that might be built with funds from the Boyd Foundation — are wanting people to let the foundation know they support the park by showing them … more
New Hope Pregnancy Care Center more
Lee University held its first in-person commencement ceremony since December 2019 on Friday afternoon, the first of six smaller commencements to be held  Friday and Saturday. “We are so … more
A Bradley County Schools bus transporting students was in an accident Thursday morning on Brymer Creek Road. There were  "no major injuries, only minor scrapes," according to Brittany Cannon, … more
Despite courts being closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bradley County Misdemeanor Probation has continued to operate. more
Tennessee State Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) told members of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development Council there were too many help wanted signs at area businesses, … more
The Ocoee Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes held its annual banquet Thursday evening, and it was a time of celebration for many, but a sad time, too, as those involved said goodbye, … more
Circle S Farms Joins Membership of American Angus Association  more
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 81 has been very involved in the latter part of April into May helping local veterans with a couple of projects.On   April 28,  representatives from … more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require correction measures immediately; if not possible, then the priority violations must be corrected within 10 days.  more
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