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Lisa Geren and Deborah Pike, who are celebrating birthdays today ... more
Discussion of an ankle monitoring program for misdemeanor offenders left the Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee with more questions to consider in the face of a looming deadline. more
A contentious rezoning plan involving six properties located on Georgetown Road/Highway 60 was unanimously passed by the Cleveland Municipal Planning Commission on Tuesday.The rezoning, which was … more
U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland Tuesday that he may be the only Tennessean serving on a congressional appropriations committee when Sen. Lamar Alexander’s … more
The Cleveland-Bradley Industrial Development Board has applied for a $1 million High Impact  Grant that will be used for mass grading of a 54-acre lot in Spring Branch Industrial Park.The grant … more
The annual drive for Shoes for Orphan Souls is entering its final two weeks, and donations are coming in better than expected, according to Lead Coordinator Bobbie Reagan. Now in its 20th year … more
Although a resolution related to countywide animal control was pulled from its agenda, the Bradley County Commission still heard discussion on the issue during its meeting Monday. more
Four men were arrested last week following a joint investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Cleveland Police Department and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
Plans for several Bradley County Schools projects are proceeding and enrollment is up for the 2019-20 school year. more
Family Promise of Bradley County hosted a community meeting on Monday evening to share how the organization helps homeless families with children. Eva VanHook, executive director of Family … more
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