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An Alabama man was arrested by the Cleveland Police Department for allegedly possessing an AR-15 rifle, as well as canning jars filled with marijuana, when they arrived to conduct a welfare check … more
Bradley County Road Department employees won’t be considered as first responders in the essential worker premium pay (EWPP) plan approved Monday by the Bradley County Commission. Adding recent … more
Bradley County’s overall plan for spending nearly $21 in federal American Rescue Plan Act funding was approved Monday. The Bradley County Commission was fairly decisive on how to spend the first … more
It has the best view in town, and most Clevelanders have never seen it.On Monday, MainStreet Cleveland and city of Cleveland officials conducted a tour of the historic Cherokee Hotel, which included … more
People who received the Moderna two-dose or Johnson & Johnson one-dose COVID-19 vaccines may be able to seek a booster shot in the near future. The Food and Drug Administration is expected … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County decreased by 41 individuals over the weekend, bringing the total to 289, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report … more
The Bradley County Commission approved $7.5 million in bonuses for county employees during Monday’s voting session, but not without lengthy discussion and a plan that could lead to even more people … more
The Bradley County Commission votes today on plans to allocate funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. How the funds will be spent has been discussed at length over the past few weeks, with … more
The Bradley-Polk Isaiah 117 House is officially open and caring for foster children awaiting placement with a family. The journey to Isaiah 117 establishing a house in Bradley County to serve … more
The "Slow Down Tennessee" traffic-safety initiative coordinated by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office, in partnership with local law-enforcement agencies, is well underway.So, this reminder to … more
Cleveland 100’s Annual Meeting and Awards Night has been delayed due to what the officers and board members described as “health and safety issues surrounding COVID-19 pandemic and … more
BC ARP bucket follow-up 10-17 more
BC Cecil Crisp property story 10-17 more
Though trying to do the best they can in a difficult situation, the SPCA of Bradley County is now in desperate need of a new facility to house dogs and cats safely and humanely, as they are led … more
BC Juvenile Committee 10-17 more
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Vehicles were lined up as early as 6:30 a.m. Saturday hoping to be one of the first to dispose of paints and other items at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day,The event, which had been … more
Annual food drive sponsored by Southern HeritageB Special to the Banner more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County increased by two individuals on Friday, bringing the total to 341, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report.Since the … more
Schools have 12 active coronavirus cases more
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