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The national People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has responded to last week's local fatal dog beating with offers of curriculum that teaches schoolchildren compassion for animals.Dawn … more
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church will provide a meal through its homeless ministry at noon Saturday, May 21 in the parking lot of New Life Bible Church Community Kitchen, 155 S. Ocoee St., in … more
If you’ve ever dreamed of being a comic book illustrator, or just having your paintings on display, this Saturday’s Comic and Pop Culture Art Show might be for you.The show will be 2-8 p.m. at … more
The Blythe-Oldfield Community Association will host "Blythe-Oldfield: Our Neighborhood Story" in partnership with the Blythe-Oldfield Community Association on Saturday, May 21. The event, also … 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
A new Tennessee law will allow schools to use up to 10 virtual days of classroom instruction in the event of extreme weather conditions or serious outbreaks of illness. Twice this school year, … more
A Bradley County Commission vote for transparency in committee meetings means most of those sessions will take place in one room, with videos available for public consumption. Commissioners on … more
A tract of land near Exit 20 off Interstate 75 in Cleveland will gain approximately 2,400 residents when a planned 975-home subdivision on Stone Lake Road is completed.On Tuesday, May 17, the … more
Bradley Central High School saw 360 students graduate on Saturday night. This year marked 50 years of graduations held on the BCHS campus. Due to rain, the program was amended and trimmed; … more
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ TeachKind, the animal rights organization’s human education division, has sent a letter to city and county school directors offering to provide each … more
A Tennessee bill that would require students in grades five through eight to learn Black history and culture passed the House and Senate late last month. After being signed by Gov. Bill Lee on April … more
Consideration of an agreement for engineering services related to America Rescue Plan (ARP) funding is on hold once again. The Bradley County Commission had been set to vote on a resolution … more
The Bradley County Commission recently approved earmarking $750,000 from the anticipated $7.5 million in Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation funds made available through the American … more
A Cleveland motorcyclist was killed and his daughter seriously injured in a Polk County traffic accident  late Saturday.At around 8:21 p.m. Saturday, Joseph Barnard, 37, of Cleveland, who was … more
A new agreement between the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Cleveland State Community College offers an easier way for students to pursue a bachelor's degree.The agreement for the UTC … more
Shortages in the supply of baby formula are leading new moms to find other ways of finding the much-needed item — and risking themselves to potential online scams, the Better Business Bureau said … more
George R. Stuart Elementary School has been named a Capturing Kids’ Hearts National Showcase School for 2021-22 — the first Cleveland City Schools’ elementary school to earn this distinction. … more
Joel Cox, supervisor of elementary instruction and federal projects for Polk County Schools, has been named Administrator of the Year for 2022 by Professional Educators of Tennessee, a nonpartisan … more
The Smart Factory Institute of Tennessee, in a new partnership with the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce and Bradley County Schools, announced early today, May 17, it is moving its headquarters … more
Two new members are joining the Bradley County Board of Education after being appointed by the Bradley County Commission today, May 16. Josh Taylor was appointed to the vacant 4th District seat, … more
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