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“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is a good movie, but a poor addition to the franchise. I know. Some people are going to hate on me for saying this, but I simply didn’t like this … more
The Bradley County Road Department is working on Frontage Road, preparing the surface for paving. Once the prep work is completed, the paving will begin; this could take three to four weeks, … more
It’s time to rev those engines once again, as the Disabled American Veterans Car Show is happening this Saturday, Aug. 11 from 5-8 p.m. at Bradley Square Mall. Taking place on the second … more
Cleveland’s Got Talent, a benefit concert, will be presented Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at Cleveland State Community College’s George R. Johnson Theater. more
The Cleveland Rotary Club granted a trio of grants to local organizations at Tuesday's luncheon at the Museum Center. The Rotarians also brought in District Gov. Jim Roxlo to celebrate.The grants, … more
Frank Thaggard of Pyramid Construction, along with many other local churches and businesses, is donating labor and supplies to help build the Kelley family home for Habitat for Humanity of … more
A Cleveland man and woman were arrested and charged on multiple charges Wednesday in connection to several burglaries in Bradley County.According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol report, a state trooper … more
Scott Elam, board chairman of ATS The Bridge, drew attention to how opioid drug abuse affects businesses while addressing the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s Safety Council on … more
Jenny McMahon, Brian Hamons, Chasity McGinnis, Mark Green, Chris Goins, Tina Malek, Samantha Jordania, Amy Blackwell, Chrissy McKinney, Danise Jones and Yattie Westfield, who are celebrating … more
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