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Cleveland remains an oasis of new-home construction in a nation where residential building has dried up due to job losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.Blake Allison, president of the Ocoee Region … more
A man the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office describes as being on its Most Wanted List has been arrested on outstanding warrants.BCSO authorities located and arrested Mark Rymer, 46, at a residence … more
Renfro Corporation President and CEO Stan Jewell said he is “100% confident” the cloth face masks his North Carolina-based company is manufacturing to distribute to health departments across … more
JANIE BISHOP shared photos from Watts Bar Lake. more
Local protesters faced off with the Cleveland Police Department Sunday evening to express outrage over last week's death of George Floyd, as well as to voice concerns about police … more
KELLY WELLS shared images from a recent sunny day on the farm. more
MainStreet Cleveland and the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Tourism Department are teaming up again to give the residents of Cleveland and Bradley County, and visitors to the area, live music … more
Local protesters faced off with the Cleveland Police Department Sunday evening to express outrage over last week's death of George Floyd, as well as to voice concerns about police brutality. The … more
Complaints from several Cleveland-area families regarding upkeep at a local cemetery have resulted in potential legal action.Upset relatives have been posting photos of overgrown grass and damaged … more
The Tennessee General Assembly will resume its legislative session Monday after adjourning in March due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.Prior to ending the session, legislators were in the … more
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