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While local customers are finding plenty of Valentine's Day candy on store shelves, it’s slim pickings for items such as beef, orange juice, puppy pads and many other products.And local residents … more
A disabled Bradley County man once crawled up the stairs of the Polk County Courthouse for his day in court on a misdemeanor charge, and that day set in motion what would become a landmark U.S. … more
CHARLESTON — Officials here are wanting to get a correct and complete number of residents from the November annexation, so letters were sent out to those who recently were brought into the city.The … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division is investigating a dog shooting that occurred Tuesday, Jan. 18. Alana Shell, the BCSO’s public information officer, said … more
The Bradley County Broadband Initiative Committee on Thursday approved a motion to send a letter to Volunteer Electric Cooperative in support of the utility’s plan to apply for an $18.3 million … more
A recent economic think tank study found Cleveland rose from a ranking of 186 to 58 among best-performing small U.S. cities.The 132-point gain was the largest one-year improvement among 401 metros … more
Two earthquakes have shaken East Tennessee this week: a 2.1-magnitude temblor near Riceville on Wednesday, at 7:46 p.m., and a 2.6-magnitude quake at 11:47 p.m. Thursday, just across the Georgia … more
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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
Bradley County Commissioner Bill Winters may have put it best when he called Sam Ledford “the personification of the elementary school principal/coach of his generation.” Ledford, 89, passed … more
The Education Trust of Tennessee has named using the “unprecedented” amount of funding to support the social and emotional wellbeing of students among priority needs. Members of the … more
The were 2,855 active COVID-19 cases, including 10 deaths, in Bradley County as of Jan. 15 — up 1,035 individuals from Jan. 8, the Tennessee Department of Health said in its weekly report … more
Cleveland City Schools will resume a regular school day Thursday, Jan. 20. "We look forward to having everyone back in the building," the district said in a press release. more
The Bradley County Commission on Tuesday appropriated $200,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds divided equally between two local nonprofits working to reduce homelessness in Cleveland and Bradley … more
Local photographer Gillard Petry captured this snowy scene Monday over downtown Cleveland. His drone was flying at about 250-300 feet and revealed the Lee University Chapel in the foreground, the Lee … more
Cleveland High School may soon receive a makeover. more
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce is set to host its 96th Annual Meeting on Thursday, Jan. 27, and present the M.C. Headrick Free Enterprise and the Robert W. Varnell Jr. Leadership … more
Sam Ledford, former principal at two Bradley County schools, passed away Monday morning at his home. more
The cleanup of an illegal tire dump at the edge of Hilcrest Memorial Gardens has been postponed again over COVID-19.Three Hilcrest staff members have the virus, so the cleanup of 510 fires will be … more
Michael Dale Pendergrass, who turned 51 on Tuesday ...Joyce Johnson, who celebrated a birthday on Monday ... Nazareth Curtis, who is celebrating a birthday on Thursday. more
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