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 McDonald/Black Fox Ruritan was proud to provide a little Christmas cheer to some well deserving children at Prospect School. From left are Ruritan President David Swafford, Principal Steve Montgomery and secretaries Shelia Robinson and Lisa Newman. more

The Bradley County Jail is one step closer toward becoming a safer, more secure facility following a vote Monday by the Bradley County Commission.

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Issues related to water were again a topic of discussion for the Bradley County Commission during its voting session Monday. Drainage and flooding issues were heavily discussed last week both by the commission and its Road Committee. more
Cleveland City Schools officials have released two early drafts of the district’s new elementary school rezoning plans, in light of the district opening its new elementary school next … more
The closing of the Duracell Packing Center, as reported in October, was voted No. 10 on the Top 10 Newsmakers of 2018 list, as selected by Cleveland Daily Banner staff writers and editors. For … more
David Luzader, a volunteer with Life Bridges Inc., has been honored with the Tennessee Community Organizations’ Volunteer of the Year award.He received the honor at TCO’s annual Awards of … more
Life Bridges Inc., the local organization which serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has been presented the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental … more
Cleveland State Community College held its fall commencement ceremony on Saturday in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium. Photo 2 Cutline: CSCC PTK and Honors program graduates. Pictured from left to right: Caylee Grant, Patricia Pangle, Dixie Sewell, Chloe McNelly and Austin Laymon. Photo 3 Cutline: CSCC Nursing graduates include Taylor Yoder, Kaitlin Saari, Brittni Gregory and Tianrong Wang. more
The number of building permits issued by the city of Cleveland in November finished on the low side, with construction throughout the area being hampered by rain, cold weather, and the holiday … more
Like beauty, the past year’s impact on Cleveland and Bradley County residents is best judged by the eyes of the beholder.To some, 2018 might have been laced in unprecedented joy and filled to the … more
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