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Homecoming will be held Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m., at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown. Mercy’s Call will sing. Lunch will follow the service.


“Rolling River Rampage” vacation Bible school will be held June 11 through15, 7 to 8:30 nightly, at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown.

Beginning in Thursday’s edition, the Cleveland Daily Banner will publish a series of Q&As for candidates in eight contested races whose names will appear on the Bradley County ballot for the … more
The Cleveland City Council voted Monday to approve $250,000 in funds earmarked for infrastructure work at Cleveland State Community College. The vote took place … more
A Cleveland man was arrested and charged with domestic assault after argument with relative.According to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Brian Graves, Michael E. Coleman, … more
The Hooper Family Reunion will be held at noon on July 14, at the Hiwassee, Ga., Senior Citizen Center. All relatives of Absalom Hooper are welcomed for a … more
As a potential trade war sparked by President Donald Trump’s tariffs threatens to undermine economic growth, U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tennessee., on Tuesday sought to reassure local Rotarians … more
Several schools are set to benefit from an $8.2 million series of renovation projects Cleveland City Schools officials hope will save additional millions of dollars in the long run. The Bradley … more
The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library Board met recently in a formal gathering, discussing not only the library's positive community impact, but also voting on its new board officers. … more
The decisive moment regarding the fate of Tennova-Cleveland’s and Erlanger Health System’s proposed freestanding emergency facilities is approaching. The State of Tennessee Health Services … more
The Cindy Lynn Memorial Bluegrass Festival will take place Saturday, July 14, at The Barn at Hickory Hills. more
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