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As construction on Cleveland City Schools’ newest elementary school continues, the Cleveland Board of Education is beginning to look at rezoning. The new Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary … more
The Cleveland Board of Education’s Site Committee addressed a problem with a school’s geothermal system and a new school security measure during its meeting Thursday. This past spring, … more
One of two alleged shoplifters who led law enforcement officers and several agencies on a car chase from Cleveland to Dalton, Ga., late Wednesday, has been identified.The man, Parrish Smaey, 56, of … more

The Bradley County Commission heard a report from Tennova President and Chief Executive Officer Coleman Foss during its work session on Monday night, following up on the Tennessee Health Services Development Agency’s decision to deny Tennova’s Certificate of Need for a new freestanding emergency room. 


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It was a joyous but bittersweet night at the museum, as Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland was greeted with hugs, backslaps and lots of handshakes during a reception held in his honor Thursday night at the … more
The Cleveland City Council voted Monday to temporarily reserve 10 two-hour parking spaces in an effort to address the lack of parking spaces for patrons who frequent downtown.The 10 parking spaces … more
Three of the four Republican Party candidates running for the Tennessee House of Representatives District 24 seat all took stances against legalizing marijuana during on-air debate broadcast Monday … more
The Cleveland entrepreneur and philanthropist who gave Hardwick Clothes new life four years ago is calling for tariffs, especially on clothing imported from Mexico and Canada.The businessman's action … more
The office of District Attorney General Stephen D. Crump has passed a financial state audit that was conducted in judicial district drug task force and district attorneys general offices … more
The Bradley County Board of Education honored 21 recent retirees as well as the district's newest group of teachers before its most recent board meeting. Each of the board members offered words … more
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