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The Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, Tennessee Society, Sons of the American Revolution, toasted the chapter at its June meeting as well as city namesake Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Cleveland was born … more
The New Adventures Club will hold several upcoming events and invites those interested to follow its Facebook page at New Adventures, Social Club, Cleveland, TN. • July 15, trip to a … more
Federal Trade Commission Southeast Regional Director Anna Burns recently shared that there have been recent cases about added fees. She noted that FTC’s primary focus is on whether the fees have … more
Bradley County Schools has announced new principals and administrators for the 2022-23 school year.Bradley Davis will assume the principal role at Oak Grove Elementary School, and Amber Winters will … more
Daniel Barbosa, a graduate of Cleveland High School, recently received the Keep Cleveland and Bradley County scholarship for his dedication to volunteering in his community.Barbosa, a Raider Scholar, … more
Polk County 4-H members gathered at Camp McCroy June 13-16 for the annual 4-H summer camp.It was the first overnight camp since the start of the COVID era and the largest with more than 75 4-H … more
Free admission!  (But, a donation is appreciated).The Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points, on Inman Street in downtown Cleveland, is offering free admission to the museum from now on … more
Don't tell the women of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland they can't hammer nails, saw boards and pour concrete. Three of them also lead the organization.Executive Director Tammy Johnson is the first … more
Fireworks and gatherings are staples of the July 4 holiday, but these can create unique challenges for families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related … more
The mission of New Hope Pregnancy Center in Cleveland is more vital than ever now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade and set in motion  Tennessee’s trigger law banning … more
Retired Army Col. David Smartt, a chaplain, thanked the service of a crowd of veterans of all U.S. armed forces at an appreciation luncheon this week at Westwood Baptist Church, and spoke of his own … more
The Mouse Creek/Paul Huff Parkway makeover is in its pre-op stage.The first signs of a state-funded $1 million intersection improvement of the intersection emerged last week.But instead of a nip and … more
Bill Seymour, the recently retired president of Cleveland State Community College, told the Cleveland Daily Banner he was disturbed by comments recently made by a Gov. Bill Lee education "ally" who … 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
Natalie Duncan has joined CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk Counties for a one-year term with VISTA, Volunteers in Service to America. VISTA is a federal program that … more
Sworn in as constable of the 2nd District on June 20, Ricky Humphries hopes to bring about change through action ⏤ and more so, through interaction.“I ran [for constable] because a lady was broke … more
Loaves & Fishes Mobile Unit 3060 Dockery St Cleveland, TN 37323 Food Service Establishment Inspection | Routine June 29, 2022 | 90 more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 cases increased by 175 people since last week, according to the latest report released by the Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday, June 29. As of June 25, … more
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