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Between 200 and 300 community leaders, veterans, and representatives of veteran organizations attended Monday's Veterans Day program on the front steps of the Bradley County Courthouse.One of the … more
Dr. S. Dave Bhattacharya, a pediatric surgeon with University Pediatric Associates in Chattanooga, spoke during a Rotary Club of Cleveland luncheon recently about the importance Ronald McDonald House … more
A procession of around 60 veterans at Cleveland Middle School set the stage for the school’s annual Veterans Day program on Monday. As the Cleveland Middle School Interact Club members … more
Joe Washington will speak Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the His Hands Extended Ministries devotional at Garden Plaza, 3600 Keith St.  more
Tina Keith, who is celebrating a birthday today … Jeff Shadden, who celebrated a birthday Sunday. more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Raise Bakery and Cafe, in Cleveland, has rescheduled its grand opening for Tuesday, Nov. 19. This new bakery specializes in healthful dining and baked goods, including but not limited to gluten-free, keto-friendly and vegan options as well.

Highway 64 in Polk County was closed early Monday morning after a rock slide took place at mile marker 11, near Ocoee Lake No. 3. The incident occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m.

Bryan Moran, assistant to the manager of the City of Cleveland and communications director for the city, went into detail about the Blythe-Oldfield project to connect the south side neighborhood with downtown at the Bradley Sunrise Rotary meeting on Thursday.  more
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