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The holiday season has officially kicked off in Bradley County. The Empty Stocking Fund campaign is readying for its “10 days of Giving,” which begins Monday, Nov. 28. The money raised is … 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
Lee University has announced the launch of LeeU Promise, a scholarship program for incoming freshmen who reside in Tennessee. LeeU Promise will begin awarding by fall semester 2023.LeeU Promise is a … more
The Friends of the Library Association finished this year’s round of fundraising for the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library on Nov. 5 with Secondhand Bling, a massive jewelry sale that brought in over $2,200. more
Evoking the religious nature of the Rev. Howard Finster's work, the Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points kicked off its three-day "Rock n' Revival" with a History Happy Hour dedicated to the … more
Santa Claus trekked all the way from the North Pole to make a special appearance at Cleveland’s Courthouse Square Saturday evening to light the city's official Christmas tree, marking the beginning … more
In 2021, the Tennessee General Assembly decreed that each board of education shall require daily recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in each classroom in which a flag is displayed.  It … more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 active case count rose by 65 from last week, according to the latest report from the Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday, Nov. 16. There was also one … more
Looking to the autumn leaves that have already fallen, some Bradley County Commissioners are expecting some of their meetings will also drop from the calendar.At noon Monday, Nov. 21, the commission … more
Lee University recently launched the Work-study Research Assistant Program (WRAP) to provide research experience to undergraduates through faculty mentorship. The purpose of WRAP is to introduce … more
Bethany O’Bannon-Bowman, Randy O’Bannon and Terry O’Bannon, children of the late Dr. Robert O’Bannon, were recently hosted for guest lectures at Lee University and gave a significant … more
Contributed photoJames Anderson, retired CEO of Family Resource Agency of North Georgia and Tennessee Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K programs, was awarded the Georgia Head Start Association … more

Dear Dave: I lost my job a couple of years ago. As a result, I ended up in about $25,000 of debt through credit cards and a consolidation loan. Now I have a great job making more than I’ve ever made before, plus a car loan for about $13,000. The older debts went to collections, but I’m not being hounded by collectors at this point. I want to get control of my money and do things the right way, so how should I handle things? — Mike

CHI Memorial Medical Group recently announced Leslie Casteel, FNP-C, has joined CHI Memorial Family Practice Associates – Cleveland. more
Holston United Methodist Home for Children hosted its annual Friends of Children fundraising event on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Broad Street United Methodist Church. Dane Bradshaw, basketball analyst … more

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While waiting in line at the Bradley County Courthouse for a new driver's license, some residents may have noted the ominous black and yellow sign reading "fallout shelter."Two fallout shelter signs … more
Local EXIT Realty affiliated offices recently announced the addition of the following individuals to their teams of dedicated real estate professionals: • Paul Chung and Troy Goins have joined … more
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