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After Ed Harries, Tennessee State Veterans' Homes executive director, gave a construction update on the status of the local Tennessee State Veterans' Home at a meeting held recently at the facility, … more
At the January 2023 VEC Customers Share Board meeting, local organizations in Bradley and Polk counties were awarded $4,000 in grants. more
Spectrum recently awarded Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee a $10,000 Spectrum Digital Education grant and 30 laptop computers for their Digital Connect Program. The grant is part of the broadband connectivity provider’s six-year, $8 million commitment to promote digital education and broadband technology in communities across the country. more
State Rep. Kevin Raper (R-Cleveland) has partnered with local education and juvenile court officials in an effort to help reduce student truancy in Cleveland City and Bradley County … more

Dear Dave: Earlier this month, my husband and I both were laid off from our jobs within a few days of each other. The layoffs were not our fault. The company is letting several people go as a cost-cutting measure. We cashed in an annuity because our finances have been tight, but the good news is he began training for a new job last week. We don’t have children, so I am interviewing or filling out applications every day. Should we use the cash from the annuity to live on until things are stable again, or should we use it to pay off debt? — Anjanette

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
The UT Extension Institute of Agriculture is offering an online certified lawn care professional program. more
Some Bradley County residents are finding the county's Septic System Cost Share program is not as smooth of a process as they had hoped.On Jan. 11, property owners were able to start applying for the … more
When new industry comes to an area, it's not just the corporation which stands to benefit, but the residents as well.At the PIE Innovation Center on Jan. 19, SK Food Group, Inc announced it will … more
The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments. more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 active case count rose by 108 since last week, according to the latest report from the Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday, Jan. 25. There was also one … more
When then-Tennessee Gov. Don Sundquist flew into Hardwick Field in 2000,  he said Cleveland and Bradley County had a "greater need" for an airport "than anyplace else in the state.""The airport … more
The Peach State Antique Tractor and Engine Club will once again hold a tractor show in 2023 in Charleston, and it will coincide with a new event for the northern Bradley County city — a Founders … more
Cleveland City and Bradley County schools recently announced their teachers of the year, both district-wide and at the school level. Cleveland City SchoolsJasmine Roden has been selected as the … more
Timothy M. Hill, presiding bishop for the Church of God, has announced the Cleveland-based denomination will exceed global membership of 8 million people later this month.In a recent Zoom conference … more
Cleveland State Community College and the Bradley County Commission created the Danny Lawson Scholarship in 2021 to offer Advanced EMTs the opportunity to become paramedics at no cost to the student. … more
The Healthy Community Initiative Committee met on Jan. 12 to deliberate over which projects should receive funding.In total, the committee has $109,000 available to divvy out to health, wellness and … more
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