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A dream 30 years ago that took 10 years to become a reality, and now — two decades later — is what one local official calls one of the most popular projects ever completed in the community.A … more
After a season that was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cleveland Orchestra of Tennessee will perform Saturday as it begins a new season of concerts for 2021-22,The first concert will be held … more
In 2024, the Rotary Club of Cleveland will be celebrating 100 years of "Service Above Self" to the  community.While the centennial event is still a few years away, Rotarians are already in the … more
Teachers often take their young students outside the school for instruction, but they eventually return to the classroom for more study. But, there are classrooms that are basically outside of … more
The recent Burgers and Badges blood drive was considered a success, as Blood Assurance collected over 120 blood donations during the event.The event was held in the parking lot at Cooke's Food Store, … more
Active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County continued their descent on Wednesday, dropping by another 29 individuals to 456 cases, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily … more
Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland has announced it will stop its daily report of hospitalizations now that COVID-19 cases within the hospital have fallen to a sustainable level. “We are pleased to … more
On Tuesday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee unveiled the state’s next standard license plate chosen by more than 300,000 Tennesseans via statewide vote.Forty-two percent of those voting selected the … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking a man who is a suspect in connection with a robbery that allegedly occurred Monday at a local finance company that also involved the assault of an … more
K-9 Joker, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office canine deputy shot last month during a burglary at an apartment complex, was officially released Tuesday from a Chattanooga animal hospital, after … more
Cleveland Mayor Emeritus Tom Rowland said local pharmacist and commercial developer Ben Moore, who died on Monday, left “footprints over the entire community, through his building projects and his … more
Former Lee University professor James Phillips has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of attempting to sexually assault a student on campus in 2014, and will face sentencing in November. Although … more
Local COVID-19 active cases continue to drop, which Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis delivered as good news to the Bradley County Commission on Monday night. Davis said information released … more
Packed shoulder-to-shoulder in the meeting room, the audience at Monday night’s Bradley County Commission voting session was not disappointed in the commissioners’ denial of a national COVID-19 … more
Longtime Cleveland pharmacist and commercial real-estate developer Ben Moore, who owned and operated Five Points Pharmacy in downtown Cleveland, as well as other pharmacies, has died. He was 91.Moore … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking a man who is a suspect in connection with a robbery that allegedly occurred Monday at a local finance company that also involved the assault of an … more
Lee University President Dr. Mark Walker has repealed the indoor mask requirement on campus. This week marks the first week students have had optional masks on campus since Aug. 11, when Walker … more
Active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County continued their downward trend over the weekend, dropping by 78 individuals to 557 cases on Monday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily … more
Cleveland Utilities’ new Wastewater Support Building, currently under construction on the utility’s campus, is on track for completion next month.Designed by Rardin & Carroll Architects and … more
Grayson Russell has acted in a dozen Hollywood feature films and television shows, graduated from Lee University, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Pentecostal Theological Seminary.And … more
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