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A change to the County Financial Management Act of 1981 would consolidate most countywide finance functions for Bradley County, but could introduce new areas of concern. more
(Editor's Note: This is the 11th in a two-week series exploring existing infrastructure and future needs in the Cleveland and Bradley County community.) They call it the “can-opener … more
With the renovation or construction of five homes in Cleveland's Blythe-Oldfield neighborhood under its belt, community development organization City Fields remains focused on its goal of … more
The Cleveland Board of Education revisited its district-wide pay schedule as well as its breakdown on special populations programming during a school board meeting on Monday night. LEAN Frog, a … more
Applications are now being taken for student scholarships through the local chapter of 100 Black Men of Bradley County, according to Demetrius Ramsey, program chairman.Local students attending high … more
Cynthia “Cindy” Slater was sworn into office Monday night, officially becoming the 14th member of the Bradley County Commission. more
Wacker Polysilicon in Charleston confirmed on Monday it is cutting its production workforce in response to an expected decrease in demand for polysilicon caused by trade policy issues between China … more
A resolution authoring Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks to sign a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement with Indianapolis-based Triumph Sheets LLC – a manufacturer and distributor of corrugated paperboard products – was approved by the Cleveland City Council on Monday. more
(Editor's Note: This is the first in a two-week series exploring existing infrastructure and future needs in the Cleveland and Bradley County community. Today's installment introduces the Cleveland … more
Tom Carter shared this photo of a tugboat on the Tennessee River. more
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