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  Dr. Paul Conn, Lee University chancellor, was recently inducted into the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association’s (TICUA) Hall of Fame, which aims to honor … more
The Bradley County Commission is supporting an effort to “hold harmless” school systems across the state related to student enrollment impact due to the coronavirus pandemic. more
The yuletide season may be different this year, but members of the Charleston Recreation Board still want the holiday celebrated as much, and as safely, as possible.The board on Thursday finalized … more
With the two  housed in the same building, and serving many of the same people, it was only natural for The Refuge and City Fields to merge together to meet the needs of several Cleveland … more
The first of two public input meetings for a countywide water and sewer master plan could take place in mid- to late January. more
Recommended updates to Bradley County's subdivision regulations are on their way to the Bradley County Regional Planning Commission.The planning commission's Taskforce on Road Regulations met … more
The owner of a Cleveland business has pleaded guilty to mail fraud in a scheme that took money from homeowners and their insurance companies. more
Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week ends on Monday. Amanda Urgolites has already packed her shoeboxes — nearly 1,500 of them. more
Jerry Redman, executive director of Street Grace Tennessee, a nonprofit focused on solutions to human trafficking, spoke to Bradley Sunrise Rotarians not just on the meaning of human trafficking but … more
The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund has grown by $2,875. This brings the total to $4,175 collected so far this season. For decades, the Basket Fund has been putting food on the tables of needy families in the community during the holidays. The boxes of food will be delivered toward the middle of December, just before the Christmas holiday. more
A 911 call on a possible plane crash in Bradley County turned out to be local pilot Jon Humberd looking for a place to land his single-propeller ultralight aircraft. The two-passenger plane was … more
Bradley County has had two more deaths from COVID-19, the Tennessee Department of Health confirmed. The county’s death toll is at 33 now and contributes to the state’s total of 4,211 deaths … more
Unity Church of God, 3144 Fulbright Road, will have a Red Back Hymnal singing tonight at 6. more
The board of directors of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 4 p.m. in the Carmichael Room of the library, located on the second floor.———The … more
Jerry Gibby has worked at Olin Corporation’s Charleston plant for 47 years, and during that time, made lots of friends at the local industry. Now, his wife is asking those at the plant, and his … 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
Unity Church of God, 3144 Fulbright Road, will have a Red Back Hymnal singing Sunday, 6 p.m.———The Dorcus Club of Community Hall Church, 1305 6th St. N.E., will sell new Christmas decorations … more
“It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto they name, O most High: To shew forth thy lovingkindness in the morning, and thy faithfulness every night” (Psalm 92:1, … more
The board of directors of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 4 p.m. in the Carmichael Room of the library, located on the second floor.———The … more
Photos courtesy of Lois Myers more
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