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Cleveland City Schools student population continues to grow, up 130 students from last year.CCS Director Dr. Russell Dyer told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday the school system … more
To fine or not to fine. It was one of several questions confronting the Cleveland City Council Monday as its members discussed several recent accidents involving oversized trucks that have … more
The Museum Center at 5ive Points hosted interactions with approximately 4,000 students last year, many of those through its popular Museum Center Trunk Shows. more
Kim and Danny Ledford hugged and chatted with well-wishers Tuesday at Shane’s Rib Shack where a birthday celebration was held for their late son, Dustin Ledford. Dustin was killed by an … more
An agreement Henry Luken and Stone Fort Inc. have with the City of Cleveland to operate Waterville Golf Course will expire next year, prompting the Cleveland City Council to approve a new request for proposal in its search to find a new management company. more
Wednesday was a day of remembrance in Cleveland as groups gathered to mark the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that killed almost 3,000 people.WCLE 104.1’s Steve Hartline … more
(Editor's Note: This is the seventh in a series exploring poverty in Bradley County and the Ocoee Region, as well as the growing number of local families struggling to survive as the "working … more

A multi-agency investigation into a drug ring operating in and around Bradley County has resulted in indictments against eight people.

Work is underway countywide to make sure Bradley County meets requirements related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessibility. more
Despite the searing heat that radiated off the asphalt parking lot outside Dunham’s Sports at Bradley Square Mall, which was the setting for “National Night Out Against Crime,” throngs of local … more
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