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Cleveland Mayor-elect Kevin Brooks appeared for a post-election question-and-answer session during a Rotary Club of Cleveland luncheon Tuesday at the Museum Center.The Q&A was hosted by Rotarian … more
It is common for a school's youngest students to stare at their new building in awe on their first day. The older students and their teachers were doing the same at Lake Forest Middle School on … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance with identifying a suspect and vehicle captured on surveillance video in the northern part of Bradley County on … more
Local 1676 UAW Retirees will meet Wednesday, noon, at  Michigan Avenue Baptist Church.———The next bi-monthly meeting of the Bradley Memorial Hospital Retirees  and former employees … more
D.L. Cox, Annette Vaughn, Doris Rogers, Brian Green, Brian Massengill, Wesley Martz, Shasta Ezell, Troy Weathers and Donnie Smith, who are celebrating birthdays today. more
The duties, responsibility and authority of the Bradley County Commission’s chairperson will remain unchanged following a vote by the Commission on Monday night. While nothing will change, there was lengthy discussion and two votes before reaching that decision. more

Updates on several aspects of school security were discussed during Monday afternoon's meeting of the Bradley County Commission's Education Committee. Among them were Peace Officer Standards Training certification for school resource officers; Columbine locks; and a campus camera system.

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After Cleveland City Schools marked its first day of school Monday, the Cleveland Board of Education spent much of its evening meeting talking about a school opening next year. Construction on … more

Several areas of operation at the Bradley County Jail were discussed during Monday’s meeting of the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee. While no action was taken, committee members agreed to invite Sheriff-Elect Steve Lawson to attend their next meeting to look into how to improve inmate food, commissary and telephone service, and inmate medical costs.

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National Night Out, the annual community-building campaign, is set to take place tonight, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at Water's Edge Apartments, formerly known as Springbrook Apartments.However, if the … more
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