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Officials from the Tennessee Department of Transportation said the plan to add lanes between Exits 11 and 20 on Interstate 75 is progressing.The officials spoke during a "Food for Thought" luncheon … more
The owner of a Polk County restaurant was killed in a motorcycle accident on Wednesday night. more
The newborn infant wasn’t breathing.After paramedics from Bradley County Emergency Medical Services and Bradley County Fire-Rescue arrived for a call, they found a baby with no pulse and no signs … more
A head-on collision on Georgetown Road on Thursday has resulted in the death of one of the drivers.According to Cleveland Police Department public information officer Sgt. Evie West, Douglas Long was … more
Additional funding for gate guards at Bradley Central and Walker Valley high schools was discussed during Tuesday’s meeting of the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee. more
Convoys of trucks packed with relief supplies are headed from Cleveland to the Carolinas to help those affected by Hurricane Florence.The operation is conducted by Operation Compassion, a … more
Cleveland’s Conn Center Welcomes Multiple Grammy Winner, Bill Gaither & Gaither Vocal Band more
Kayla and Paul Davis, and  their Mending Arrow Ranch in southern Bradley County, have an opportunity for some much-needed funding from talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. The popular TV … more
David Purkey, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, will attend the 2018 Cleveland 100 Annual Meeting and Awards tonight on the campus of Cleveland State Community … more
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