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Four county-owned properties are slated to soon be sold to the highest bidder while two others will likely be presented for lower prices recommended by the Bradley County Commission’s Tax Committee. more
DENSO, an automotive parts manufacturer in Athens, has just awarded a $10,000 grant to Cleveland High School. This is the third year in a row the company has given CHS this grant to support its … more
Leaders with Bradley Central High School will honor 393 graduates during the school's 102nd graduation ceremony on Saturday. It is set to begin 9 a.m. in Bear Stadium (football field). If it … more
For the 25th year, the Bradley County Relay For Life will be held in the community on Saturday at Cleveland High School stadium. To celebrate this 25-year milestone, the Relay for Life has taken as its theme “Lights, Camera, Cure.” more
BRADLEY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL recently celebrated the Cambridge Diploma candidates with a dinner and the awarding of Cambridge Stoles. The event was held on the Lee University campus. Karen … more
The Ocoee Region Builders Association and the Home Builders Association of Tennessee awarded scholarships to one current and two future college students at a presentation held Wednesday at Tindell’s Building Materials in Cleveland. more
The City of Cleveland announced late Friday afternoon there will be some traffic disruption Monday near the Lee University campus.The city will be closing the intersection of Parker Street and 11th … more
 Publix Bakery associates joined amateur pie makers, professional bakers and chefs, as well as commercial pie companies from around the country and Canada, at the American Pie Council National … more
TWO NEW RESTAURANTS recently enjoyed ribbon-cutting ceremonies provided by the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce. The two new restaurants include the Mexican establishment, LaForgata, … more
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