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Bradley County is joining communities across the state asking for a change to the statewide 911 surcharge rate paid for all devices capable of calling 911. more
Broiling in the dog days of summer when hiring slows and schools are still a few weeks from reopening, Bradley County’s unemployment rate in July inched up to 4.7%.The increase represents a … more

The attorney retained by former Bradley County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Adam Lewis said the matter leading to Lewis’ resignation arose “as a result of a marital and family issue,” and is not related to his work for the sheriff’s office.

Cry Out America, an annual event which encourages people to gather and pray for their country, is set to take place tonight at 6:30 at the Greenway Park stage.The event will feature periods of … more
Architect Brian Templeton continues to update the Cleveland Board of Education on the new Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School, although the school building was officially dedicated … more
Cleveland City Schools’ Director Dr. Russell Dyer told members of the Cleveland Wi-Fi Task Force he was surprised to discover some Cleveland students still used dial-up to access the … more
A U.S. Army soldier originally from Cleveland who died earlier this month while participating in a survival training exercise at Fort Rucker in Alabama, was buried with full military honors Thursday … more
The Cleveland Board of Education’s Site Committee is recommending a change which could help with traffic at the city’s newest school, Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary. To prevent backups … more
Cleveland Board of Education members were given a brief review Monday by Cleveland High Principal Autumn O'Bryan on "The Portrait of a Graduate."This is consideration of changes in ways of … more
Residents of the Reliance community in Polk County will be honoring one of their favorite sons on Friday, when the U.S. 411 Highway bridge over the Hiwassee River is named for the late William K. … more
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