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The dust from a car’s brake pads, the galvanized metal from a roof, and the fertilizer used in lawns and gardens all contribute to water pollution. When it rains, the zinc from metal, the … more
Police have released their initial report regarding a Cleveland High School student’s arrest for possession of a firearm and narcotics Tuesday. The report from Cleveland Police Department … more
As of Wednesday, Bradley County had 384 active cases of COVID-19 and added 37 new cases, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Bradley County has averaged around 440 new cases in the … more
Chattanooga hotelier Mitch Patel is confident the tourism industry in Tennessee will rebound after experiencing a massive downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.The Cleveland native spoke to … more
A tentative date for later this summer or fall for the annual "Light the Night Walk and Memorial" in honor of child-abuse victim Melisha Gibson has not as yet been confirmed.An announcement Wednesday … more
Doug Berry, vice president for economic development at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, said several companies are seeking inroads into the southern sector.“They’re what I would … more
When the city of Cleveland’s downtown revitalization plan was announced in 2019, by the next year, many local residents began to suspect the project had languished.During MainStreet Cleveland’s … more
The city of Cleveland will raise its hand high in an effort to  attract a  $17 million to $20 million federal grant, which will allow it to build on its downtown revitalization … more
Light the Night walk postponed more
Bradley Central High School’s Drama Central will present “Steel Magnolias” on Thursday and Friday, 7 p.m., and Sunday, 2 p.m., in the BCHS Fine Arts Center. Tickets are on sale now to $12 … more
As of Tuesday, Bradley County had 379 active cases of COVID-19 and added 34 new cases, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Bradley County has averaged around 440 new cases in the … more
Fire crews fight two wildfires on the Cherokee National Forest   Cherokee National Forest fire crews are currently fighting two wildfires in its north and south zones. Both fires are large, Type 4 incidents. more
Hal Climer and Trace Pierce, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Corbin Pierce, who is celebrating a birthday on Thursday. more
The Mainstreet Cruise-In’s 20th season opening is Saturday, April 24, in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square. The event will take place from 1  to 6 … 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 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 cargo area of a box truck peeled back like a can of sardines when its driver drove beneath the Inman Street railroad underpass Monday morning.The incident took place at approximately 10:47 … more
High school students interested in teaching will soon be able to explore that interest in a new course at Cleveland High School. CTE Director Renny Whittenbarger said website design, welding, … more
Starting today, the Bradley County Health Department is accepting walk-ins for the COVID-19 vaccine at First Baptist Church in Cleveland. Bradley County is one of eight counties in the … more
A student allegedly possessing a handgun and illegal drugs was arrested at Cleveland High School on Tuesday, according to district officials. A press release from Cleveland City Schools’ … more
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