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A man who is allegedly responsible for a string of burglaries at convenience stores throughout East Tennessee, including three in Bradley County, was arrested Wednesday by Bradley County Sheriff’s … more
One of two suspects, both of whom have been identified by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in connection with a burglary that took place last month at Bradley Central High School, has been … more
The Cleveland Media Association had its Souper Bowl event on Friday at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. There were 31 people in attendance. Toni Miles presented a presidency gavel plaque to Meagan Jolly, who served as president this past year. more
A Cleveland man was mistakenly included in a listing of 23 people arrested in November, during a “warrant roundup.” more
The William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund total now stands at $21,296.48. Donating this week were Kellye and Andy Bender, in memory of Scott Hicks, $500; Howard and Traci Hamilton, $50; Dr. Blake and Paula Peterson, $200; Daniel and Mary Winters, $100; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matthews, $100; and anonymous, $200. more
The Nursing Explosion: Cleveland State Leading Charge Information Session In January For The Public more
A domestic dispute between a Charleston man and woman that resulted in the female stabbing the male in the back of the leg with a screwdriver led to the arrest of both, as well as the temporary … more
MARILYN GIBSON shared this photo of Christ Church Episcopal in Rugby. It was built in 1880. more
"The state of the county is good — Bradley County is in great shape," Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis announced to the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland, on Thursday.Davis presented his State of the … more
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