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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 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. Those being held by federal law enforcement are not listed, as these individuals are only held at the jail, but not locally charged. Names, ages and addresses are published as provided by the BCSO. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, as these charges may be rescinded. Guilt and innocence are determined through the court system. Any charge that is dropped should be reported to the Cleveland Daily Banner, which will confirm the action through an inspection of jail records. • Kenneth Justin Allman, 26, of Cleveland, was arrested by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and charged with misdemeanor probation violation. more
Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEYRICHARD HUGHES AND CHUCK EVANS were named Kiwanis Club of Cleveland Co-Kiwanians of the year at a recent meeting. Hughes, left, was club president in 2021, while Evans is … more
Get paid while making a difference in the community.The United Way of the Ocoee Region is actively recruiting for the AmeriCorps/Vista program, according to Cindy Lawson, human resources … more
Many seniors in the local community are in need of transportation to important appointments, and MyRide TN is asking for volunteers who will help these men and women get to their essential … 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
The School of Music at Southern Adventist University will present the Steel Band in concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Mabel Wood Hall’s Ackerman Auditorium. Under the direction … more
 Cleveland State Community College recently hosted a reception for CSCC social work students, community partners, university representatives, and alumni in honor of National Social Work … more
CHEDDAR 15819 Cheddar came to SPCA a stray kitty in pretty rough shape!  She had a bad kitty cold and an injury to her jaw, but she is loving indoor life with yummy food, toys, and blankets! She would enjoy a nice sunny window where she can bask in the sunshine.   more
String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and Chattanooga's Hunter Museum of American Art, will continue its 13th season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, with “Tchaikovsky and … more
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents are investigating the circumstances leading to an officer-involved shooting that occurred early Sunday in McMinn County. According to the TBI, it … more
A Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputy shot and killed a man during a traffic stop Friday night, in a case under investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.A statement released by … more
The Bradley County Commission is expected to vote on two road closures at Monday night’s voting session. However, commissioners are not expected to vote on a resolution approving the addition of … more
Judge Michael Jenne has announced his candidacy for election to Circuit Court judge, Part I, 10th Judicial District. This district consists of Bradley, McMinn, Monroe and Polk counties. Gov. Bill Lee … more
Chancellor Jerri Bryant has announced her candidacy for reelection to chancellor of the 10th Judicial District, in which she has been serving since first elected in 1998. The district encompasses … more
The last day to register to vote in the May 3 Bradley County primary is Monday, April 4. The postmark date for all mail-in registrations is also that day.Fran Green, Bradley County's administrator of … more
You now can be placed on the waiting list for admission to the Bradley County State Veterans Home, the Daily Banner has learned.Melanie Cook with the agency that oversees  state veterans homes … more
Building new schools, increasing student enrollment and falling test scores were discussed by Cleveland City Schools board candidates during an election forum held Thursday, March 31, at the … more
Odors emanating from the Bradley County Landfill are still evident, but maybe not as noxious as they once were. Residents who live near the landfill brought their concerns to the Bradley County … more
Anyone looking for something to do on Saturday, April 9, should have no problem finding it in Cleveland, as three festivals are scheduled for that day, each with different themes.The first of the … more
Voice of Evangelism’s board of directors released a statement on Friday, April 1, stating it could not verify the authenticity of some six hours of recordings allegedly taken during leadership … more
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