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State Representative Dan Howell To Seek Re-Election To Tennessee House of Representatives In 2018 more
Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland and State Rep. Kevin Books spoke to well over 100 people at a joint press conference Thursday morning at the Museum Center at Five Points.Rowland was there to announce his … more
CMA January Pic 1Banner photo, COLBY DENTONToni Miles, 2017 CMA President passes the proverbial torch, or in this case a gavel, to her successor, 2018 President Meagan Jolley. CMA January Pic … more
City Manager Joe Fivas plans to start out the new year much as 2017 ended. Fivas, at Monday's City Council work session at 1 p.m., is expected to provide Council member with an update on Cleveland's … more
Several area elementary schools have been awarded state grants to offer summer reading camps this year. The Tennessee Department of Education recently awarded Read to be Ready Summer Grants to … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies.  Those being held by federal law enforcement are not listed, as these individuals are only held at the jail, but not locally charged. Names, ages and addresses are published as provided by the BCSO. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, as these charges may be rescinded. Guilt and innocence are determined through the court system. Any charge that is dropped should be reported to the Cleveland Daily Banner, which will confirm the action through an inspection of jail records. *Ansony Mateo Alverez, 28. 1507 Randoph Drive more
Charleston City Commission will meet Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Municipal Buiilding on Worth Street more
The first church security training seminar in 2018 which will be open to all faith based, civic, and non-profit organizations looking to learn more about protecting those who attend their gatherings, has been scheduled. more
The end of one year and the beginning of another, serves as an opportunity to assess the recent past and plan for the future. The year 2017 was an extremely busy one. I am sure, when the … more
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