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As of March 31, Bank of Cleveland’s Tier 1 Capital exceeded $59 million, a ratio of 16%, or over 2.5 times what the FDIC considers well capitalized.According to a statement from Bank of Cleveland, … more
Steven Bebb, a former Bradley County Criminal Court judge, who later served as 10th Judicial District Attorney, died Saturday, April 29. He was 82. The announcement was published on the 10th … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Monday, May 1, announced the appointment of Lizzette Gonzalez Reynolds as commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Education, effective July 1. Reynolds will … 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
The carnival theme at Saturday’s Bradley County Relay For Life set the stage for the festive atmosphere, but the underlying reason for the event was serious business. more
Amos Blazer, a member of Boy Scout Troop 101, spoke to the Bradley County Commission during its work session earlier this week to encourage the allocation of funding for road improvements, especially … more
For TVFCU’s 6th Annual Idea Leap Grant, the credit union is awarding a total of $175,000 in grants to local small business owners in Cleveland, Chattanooga and Northwest Georgia. Entrepreneurs will … more
While the Bradley County Commission has nothing on its voting session agenda Monday night, a Finance Committee meeting earlier in the day will go over some of the results of the ratio study. more
For more than 10 years, Cleveland State Community College Workforce Development Department has partnered with City Fields to provide workforce training opportunities to the community. Originally … more
"But we've always done it this way" is a phrase Jarrett Millsaps Jr., CEO of Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland, says he is trying to eradicate from the hospital's lexicon.At the Thursday, April 27, … more
(Editor's Note: This is the third article in a four-part series celebrating Community College Month. In this series, Cleveland State Community College highlights a different aspect of the college. … more
(Editor's Note: This is the second article in a four-part series celebrating Community College Month. In this series, Cleveland State Community College highlights a different aspect of the college. … more
Rain or shine, the ninth annual Downtown Dine Around was going to happen, and consumers and vendors alike were pleased the rain held off.On Thursday, April 28, Clevelanders with their Downtown Dine … more
Today is Saturday, April 29, the 119th day of 2023. There are 246 days left in the year. more

Dear Dave: I plan to buy another investment property with cash in the next year or two. Currently, I have $83,000 sitting in a high-yield savings account at 4% interest. My goal is to save another $50,000 to $70,000 in the upcoming months. Right now, 4% is good, but I want to make sure I’m maximizing my returns. Should I be doing something else with the money? — Brett

EXIT Provision Realty recently announced that Audrey Ellis, Jennifer Banker, Ryan Clark and Terri Ownby have joined its growing team of dedicated real estate sales professionals. more
The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its April meeting recently at the Elks Lodge.The Patriot spotlight was presented by Connie Kidd and featured Nelda Thompson’s patriot, … more

Cleveland State Community College has announced Linda Cash, director of Bradley Count Schools, will be the keynote speaker at the Spring 2023 Commencement. More than 500 degrees and certificates will be awarded during the graduation ceremony Friday, May 5, at 5:30 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on the Cleveland State campus.

Lee University will hold its 185th commencement ceremonies for spring graduates May 5-6. Mark L. Williams, Lee alumnus and North Cleveland Church of God lead pastor, will deliver the commencement … more
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