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A date has been set — Thursday, June 22 — for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Tennessee State Veterans Home in Cleveland. State Veterans Home Director Ed Harries told members of the Southeast … more
By the dawn's early light, Old Glory was placed at the front of the Bradley County Courthouse by residents filled with the patriotic spirit. Altogether, 180 flags were put up on the morning of … more
The TDOT SmartWay traffic system is showing a major traffic backup on I-75 southbound, from Exit 20 to north of Paul Huff Parkway. Traffic cameras show both southbound lanes completely clogged with traffic, leading into the  Memorial Day long holiday weekend.
Begin your Memorial Day weekend by remembering the meaning behind the day, and supporting the needs of our veterans, military and their families. The Friday before Memorial Day is National Poppy Day. … more
Tennessee Infrastructure Alliance and Thrive Regional Partnership are leading a celebration and history project around "100 Years of Road Funding.” Drivers are being encouraged to "Take a Drive" on … more
The Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga is joining museums nationwide this summer in the Blue Star Museums initiative, a program providing free admission to currently-serving U.S. military … more
It may be back to school again for some Cleveland and Bradley County third graders. On Monday, May 22, the Tennessee Department of Education announced 60% percent of the state’s third graders fell … more
I woke up to the rooster's crow, just as the sun began to peek over the hills. It was a typical Tennessee morning, filled with the sounds of nature and the sweet aroma of dew-kissed grass. As I stretched my weary limbs, I couldn't help but feel blessed, like manna from heaven had fallen on my little piece of land. more
Memorial Day, sometimes called Decoration Day, is celebrated to honor United States servicemen who gave their lives for their country. It usually falls on May 30, although it is on the last Monday of May officially. more
Iron sharpens iron, and Bradley County is preparing to demonstrate that principle through a new mentorship program. Meeting at The Avenue Church on Thursday, May 18, Bradley County Juvenile Court … more
Jesse Pitcher graduates from UC WILLIAMSBURG, Kentucky — Jesse Pitcher, of Benton, recently graduated from University of the Cumberlands. Local students on Berry College dean's list … more
The MainStreet Cruise-In is from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 27,  in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square.  Memorial Day weekend brings hundreds of car enthusiasts from … more
A Benton man was arrested and charged by the Cleveland Police Department for sexual exploitation of a minor after receiving a tip informing them he allegedly uploaded more than 100 child porn images … more

A garbage truck was involved in a rollover accident this afternoon, resulting in the roadway being closed.

Lanny Culver, Tennessee American Legion Commander, will be the guest speaker for this year’s Memorial Day ceremony, to be held Monday, May 29, at 11 a.m. at the Bradley County Courthouse. The … more
Today, Monday, May 22, was proclaimed by the Cleveland City Council as Bobby Gaylor Day in honor of the Cleveland Fire Department chief who is retiring later this month after a 31-year career as a … more
New houses will be built, new motel rooms are being planned, and even aircraft will be getting new lodgings, according to building permits issued in early 2023. According to the Cleveland Development … more
A controversial hire at the Bradley County Sheriff's Office resigned Tuesday, May 9, after serving for nearly half a year. Terminated from the East Ridge Police Department in December of 2022 for … more
Tennessee teacher's chocolate brand gets boost from online influencer, wins award CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — After experiencing the taste of Japan’s creamy nama chocolate while traveling abroad, … more
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