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City students return to the classroom

Cleveland City Schools students with the last names A through D began their 2020-21 school year Monday as part of the district’s plan to slowly reintroduce students to the new school year and new …

CPD urges caution by local motorists

The Cleveland Police Department is reminding motorists that school is back in session and to follow traffic laws to protect students as they make their way to school each day.As of January 2018, …

Charleston names first Black, female mayor

The city of Charleston made history several years ago when it selected the first black mayor in Tennessee, and also had the state's first black police chief.The small municipality of around 700 …

Ocoee Chapter DAR hosted state regent in May

The Ocoee Chapter of National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held its May meeting via Zoom due to COVID-19. Tennessee Society DAR State Regent Cecile Wimberley was present and brought greetings. 

An unnamed individual within the Bradley County School System has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. The announcement came Saturday afternoon from Community and Communications …

Bradley's COVID-19 active cases climb to 596

BCS students return on 'different' day

COVID-19 brings unparalleled times for United Way

CSCC gears up for Fall Semester enrollment

Jerry Adams

Dr. Jerry Kenneth Adams, 76, of Cleveland, overcame Parkinson’s through the power of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He transitioned to heaven to be with his Creator on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, from his home in Cleveland.

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Daniel Koob and John Thomason proud about the continued civic and community work of a veterans organization ... Pat Gates representing the Cleveland Elks Lodge in a special photograph.

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