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(Editor’s Note: This is the second installment of a multi-part series detailing Cleveland’s master plan to revitalize its historic downtown).Downtown Cleveland’s Inman Street, once a busy … more
Assisting foster and adoptive parents has become a passion, and a mission, for a Cleveland couple.This passion has led Lauren and Chad Haun, who have six children, including a trio of adopted Chinese … more
(Editor's Note: This is the fourth in a series exploring the worsening plight of homelessness in the Cleveland and Bradley County community. Today's installment takes a look at the challenges faced … more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking help in locating Jacobe Boyd, a runaway juvenile. more
Representatives of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency are visiting communities across the state to promote availability and opportunities for potential first-time homeowners.THDA Executive … more
A Cleveland man was arrested by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in connection with a burglary that reportedly took place at a local middle school.According to a BCSO report, Randall James … more

In an effort to recruit new Emergency Medical Services personnel, the Bradley County Commission's Emergency Services Committee is recommending to offer a $5,000 bonus for new employees. The suggestion arose when discussion of the 2019-20 budget touched on employee turnover and 10 open positions in the county’s ambulance service.

Brandon Gibson, a former Tennessee Court of Appeals judge who has been appointed to Gov. Bill Lee's cabinet as a senior advisor, recently shared the state’s criminal justice reform efforts with the … more
Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks has been tapped by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee to serve on the Tennessee State Workforce Development Board.Brooks said he immediately accepted the appointment.“I didn’t … more
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