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Time to rid yourself of old paint, gasoline, oils, light bulbs and electronics that you have had lying around the house for months, or even longer. Saturday is Household Hazardous Waste Collection … more
COVID-19 deaths in Bradley County jumped by 11 individuals on Tuesday, bringing the number of fatalities since the beginning of the pandemic last year to 187, according to the Tennessee Department of … more
Ruth Clabough, who celebrated a birthday Monday ... Eli and Angel Dykes, who celebrated a wedding anniversary on Monday, and Jimmy Tatum, who celebrated a birthday on Tuesday.  more
The Collingsworth Family will be in concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at North Cleveland Church of God. The church’s doors will open at 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at by … more
Expanding on a proposal by Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis to present essential worker premium pay (EWPP) to county government employees, the Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee proposed … more
Many aspects of how the Bradley County Commission will ultimately decide to spend nearly $21 million in federal American Rescue Plan funding are still to be hashed out, but plans for the first … more
(Editor's Note: How Bradley County leaders will spend $21 million in American Rescue Plan funding was the main topic of discussion during Monday's Bradley County Commission and Finance Committee … more
Active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County saw another significant drop — this time by 69 individuals — over the weekend to 336 cases, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to promote “Slow Down Tennessee.” From Oct. 15-29, the BCSO will increase education and enforcement … more
The agenda for today’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with three resolutions currently listed for discussion. more
The Tennessee Valley Authority and local power companies are continuing their partnership in addressing hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic by extending the Community Care Fund program in … more
Shanda Dutton saw her parents move into a new home last year, and hoped that she and her husband, Joshua, would have that same experience soon. A group of volunteers who helped her mom and dad in … more
The Cleveland City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting for Monday, Oct. 11, has been canceled in observance of Columbus Day. In addition, city offices are closed for the holiday.Cleveland City … more
Grant applications are now being accepted by the Ocoee Utility District for assistance through The Impact Fund, a new initiative that works to benefit primarily veterans, senior citizens, STEM/STEAM … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn invited Tennesseans to participate in a full review of the state’s education funding formula, as well as explore possibilities … more
The attorney for Miranda Cheatham, the Cleveland woman who in 2019 was convicted of second-degree murder for the shooting death of her husband, James "Tooter" Cheatham, will file an appeal to reverse … more
Groundbreaking for Phase 1 of the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s long awaited $53.9 million Highway60/Georgetown Road widening project will take place next week.According to state Rep. … more
Local organizers are preparing for more registrants for this year’s William Hall Rodgers basket distribution than last year, as pandemic restrictions have eased somewhat, but remind everyone that … more
Cleveland Police Department chaplains and police officers were offering prayers, as well as free breakfasts, at Chick-fil-A Friday morning for the department's first  Faith & Blue Weekend … more
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