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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 Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades them on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require immediate corrective measures; if that's not possible, then within 10 … more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 cases have increased by 131 and one death since last week, according to the latest report by the Tennessee Department of Health.In addition, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee … more
 S&P Global Market Intelligence’s 2021 ranking of the 100 best-performing U.S. community banks under $3 billion in assets puts Bank of Cleveland in the top 50, the only Tennessee bank … more
SUNDAY | June 5 Virtual STEAM Challenge Science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics challenge at 1:30 p.m. on Facebook Live. Explanation of the ideas behind the challenge on Thursday … more
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS TAKE NOTICEThe law requires that all owners of automobiles display their license number both on the front and rear of all cars or trucks. The sheriff and his deputies are ordered to … more
Cleveland State Community College is giving students the opportunity to build their own businesses with the essential tools and resources. The George R. Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and … more
Cleveland City Schools is seeking to hire a more diverse staff for its district. In a school board meeting Thursday, Kelly Kiser, director of human resources, discussed plans for the … more
Aspen Dental locations nationwide will open their doors to provide free care to military veterans across the country on Saturday, June 11.The service will be offered from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Now in … more
Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews began shifting vehicle traffic on Highway 60/Georgetown Road for a paving project early Thursday, June 2.Traffic will be shifted from near … more
Bradley County Schools is partnering with Bark, a student account monitoring platform that uses artificial intelligence to scan student Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 accounts ⏤ including … more
MainStreet Cleveland and the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Tourism Department are teaming up again to give Cleveland and Bradley County residents and area visitors live music at the Friday … more
The culprit was a bushy-tailed critter.A power outage affecting 636 Cleveland Utilities customers on May 27 was the work of a lone squirrel, CU spokeswoman Amy Ensley said.When CU linemen arrived at … more
The Bradley County Farmers Market, located on Peerless Road, will open for business Saturday, June 4, along with a special event. more
Blood Assurance will host a blood drive in Cleveland this weekend to support Life Force Air Medical Services. The event will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 4, at the Hickory Grove … more
In just over a month, Bradley County leaders will meet to approve the 2022-23 budget and set a new certified tax rate. Until then, several dates and tasks remain on the county’s budget … more
The Cleveland Civitan Club Inc. has completed Phase 2 of the rebuilding of the playground originally known as the Handi-Park. The Handi-Park, located at Stuart Park just north of the George R. Stuart … more
Two Bradley Central High School students were recent recipients of scholarships formed in memory of two former students, according to a statement released by the Community Foundation of Cleveland and … more
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