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Although a resolution related to countywide animal control was pulled from its agenda, the Bradley County Commission still heard discussion on the issue during its meeting Monday. more
Four men were arrested last week following a joint investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Cleveland Police Department and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
Plans for several Bradley County Schools projects are proceeding and enrollment is up for the 2019-20 school year. more
Family Promise of Bradley County hosted a community meeting on Monday evening to share how the organization helps homeless families with children. Eva VanHook, executive director of Family … more
In less than 24 hours, Cleveland will play host to an army of local and state dignitaries converging along the rolling hills of a wooded plot on the city's southern end to break ground on the Bradley … more
The Tennessee Department of Veterans Services is releasing a completed guest list today for  Wednesday's 10:30 a.m. groundbreaking ceremony for the new Bradley County/Tennessee State Veterans … more
Imagine attending a kindergarten where the great outdoors is the classroom and lessons include splashing through creeks and running through fields.While most of us may recall our kindergarten … more
The Bradley County Commission will consider a variety of agenda items today, during its noon voting session. more
Santek Waste Services, which manages the Bradley County Landfill, is in the process of building a renewable natural gas plant to turn gas created by the landfill into usable natural gas. Cheryl … more
Family Promise of Bradley County is hosting a community meeting tonight to educate the public on homelessness and the challenges homeless families face. To begin at 6:30 p.m., the event will be … more
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