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Mayor Brooks: Costs to delay downtown parking garages

Although two parking garages are on the city’s wish list for its downtown revitalization plan, Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks said the expenses involved in their construction will most likely …

Bradley County’s active cases of COVID-19 continue to drop; now at 419

Bradley County active cases of COVID-19 are down to 419 — now 23 cases lower than in Tuesday’s Tennessee Department of Health report. There have been 12,734 cases of COVID-19 confirmed in …

BULLETIN: Four adults, two juveniles arrested in connection with brutal street brawl

Four adults and two juvenile suspects — who were reportedly involved in a brutal assault that was filmed by a bystander — were arrested Wednesday, according to the Bradley County Sheriff’s …

BCSO is investigating brutal street brawl; man who filmed it defends inaction

A Cleveland man who used his cellphone to film a brutal street fight involving several juveniles on Sunday said he remained a bystander to avoid potential legal trouble.He also said he didn’t want …

U.S. CAPITOL RIOTS: Cleveland man arrested for alleged participation

A man who law enforcement officials believe was part of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, has been arrested in Cleveland.

Vaccine sites rise, eligibility grows, active cases drop

As the number of COVID-19 vaccine  sites continues to expand statewide, as well as in Bradley County, confirmed cases of the coronavirus have maintained their recent decline.The total COVID-19 …

Bradley County's active cases of COVID-19 drop again; now at 519

Alleen W. Ray

Alleen W. Ray, 97, of Cleveland, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, surrounded by her daughters.

George M. Chappell Sr.

W. Gene Flowers

Zelma Holt

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Larry McDaris sending along some compliments and gracious comments, all of which were much appreciated ... Mitch Cochran getting a chuckle over the availability of Kool-Aid.

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