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Commodities will be available for distribution in Bradley County on Thursday, May 12, the Bradley-Cleveland Community Service Agency said.Eligible Bradley County residents may come in and pick up … more
In what may have been a record session for any visiting young “Mayor for a Day,” Winston Bible spent more than two hours seated alongside the Bradley County Commission at Monday’s work … more
The historic Cherokee Hotel, once the hub of civic and social activity in downtown Cleveland during the early to mid-20th century, may be restored to its former glory if proposals from two developers … more
Allan Jones was the only Republican candidate in the race for Cleveland school board, District 5. But that didn’t keep a menagerie of cartoon and other fictional characters from garnering votes.It … more
Lee University held its 184th graduation ceremonies Saturday with Paul Conn delivering the commencement address before a record number of graduates, their friends and families, and many others from … more
Bill Seymour on Friday gave his last commencement address as president of Cleveland State Community College.Seymour is retiring next month after more than eight years as CSCC president and more than … more
It came down to cost.The effort to pass Senate Bill 1023/House Bill 1356 — known as the Dustin Samples Act — foundered last week when it failed to pass during the Tennessee General Assembly's … 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 … more
Get ready for fun, excitement, good music and tractors next weekend at the Charleston Country Fair and Tractor Show.The Charleston Recreation Board has been working to stage community events in that … more
The first in-person meeting of Women United in about two years was a rousing success last week, organizers said, with a near-capacity crowd eager to hear updates on programs offered by the United Way … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shift the economy, many health care positions have taken on more responsibilities and duties. The demand for medical assistants has grown particularly, Cleveland … more
In honor of National Small Business Week, May 2-5, Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union will give away $100,000 in grants to local small businesses in its annual Idea Leap Grant Contest. The grand … more
A beautiful spring day and great bluegrass and jug band entertainment brought out a large crowd to the 64th Annual Polk County Ramp Tramp Festival on April 22-22.  Attendees enjoyed a meal … more
The Cleveland City Council will meet in its regularly scheduled voting session at 3 p.m. today, Monday, May 9, and hold a 1 p.m. work session. During the council’s voting session, the … more
Bradley County-inspired proposals for harsher punishment for criminal littering may be closer to becoming state law. The County Commission recently heard an update on Senate Bill 2012 and House … more
The Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center will continue to provide juvenile detention services to five other counties. The Bradley County Commission has approved resolutions authorizing County … more
After a national search and campus forums for four finalists, Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor Flora W. Tydings is recommending Ty A. Stone for appointment as the next president of Cleveland … more
Cleveland already has a small population of families of Ukrainian descent, but with refugees from that war-ravaged country seeking asylum in the United States every day, it is only a matter of time … more
Anyone interested in applying for two vacancies on the Bradley County Board of Education has until May 16 to submit their names for consideration. Earlier this week, Bradley County Commission … more
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