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The SPCA of Bradley County is temporarily suspending the intake of stray and owner-surrendered dogs this week due to crowding.The no-kill adoption center is caring for more than 70 dogs.  … more
Bradley County Commissioner-elect Tommy Ledford has confirmed to the Cleveland Daily Banner his son was arrested in connection to a burglary that took place at a local business on Tuesday, May 10.On … more
Bradley Central High School’s graduation will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14, when 360 seniors will walk across the stage in Bear Stadium. Students will be led by Addason … more
Walker Valley High School will graduate 352 seniors Thursday, May 12, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Valedictorian Nathanial Curtis and Salutatorian Nathanial York are scheduled to speak during the … more
He's one of the fastest distance runners in Tennessee and the world.On Monday, the Cleveland City Council declared June 25 as Christian Noble Day in advance of the Lee University athlete’s … more
Two Bradley County juveniles were arrested by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and charged in the alleged fatal beating of a dog that reportedly was recorded on video and shared on social … 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
Bradley County Schools and Bradley Central High School were awarded a STEM School Designation from the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network and the Tennessee Department of Education on Tuesday, May 10. … more
Letter carriers in Cleveland and Bradley County will join their fellow postal workers Saturday in collecting food left at mailboxes during the national Stamp Out Hunger food drive.Residents are … more
The Bradley County SPCA  Adoption Center is waiving adoption fees this week because the center is overflowing with dogs and cats waiting for forever homes.The Johnson Boulevard center, next to … more
The Bradley County Commission is set to consider a resolution for additional engineering services related to securing $7.5 million in federal funding for water and sewer infrastructure … more
Just one week after laying to rest an officer with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Jamie Harris, now the community mourns the loss of two retired Cleveland Police officers following the … more
A Lee University policy on sexuality and gender went public online May 9 and immediately garnered alumni attention. The statement, which outlines three main points and policy updates, was posted … more
Two juveniles are under investigation in connection with the severe beating of a dog, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release.The incident was captured on video; the names of … more
Members of the Bradley County Commission are lamenting the low voter turnout for last week’s county primary election, which saw just 19.17% of registered voters casting ballots. According to the … more
When WW Johnson met his soon-to-be wife, Joyce, little did he know that it would be a romance that would last 70 years. But, as both say, it was God who put them together and has kept them … more
Cleveland police are seeking leads on a May 5 stabbing at Eagle Liquore Store, 1800 Dalton Pike.The victim, Jason Myers, was transported to Tennova Healthcare - Cleveland with nonlife-threatening … more
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
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