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Cleveland's City Council took steps to annex a trio of Bradley County parcels Monday, and also entered into a discussion with planners of an April festival expected to bring thousands to the … more
Cleveland's Regional Jetport, opened for service and replacing the community's old Hardwick Field in 2013, has enjoyed phenomenal success and  growth during its first five years.That growth is … more
An abducted child was found safe inside the vehicle he was a passenger in when it was stolen Monday afternoon. more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale, with scores below 70 requiring corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards. more
Tera Finnell, Jim Thedford, Jared Shelton, Ron Brown and Mike Myers, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Don Jacobsen, who is celebrating his 50th birthday today. more
South Cleveland Church of God's  Arise Women's Ministry  will  host a one-day conference — Day of Destiny — on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be worship, drama, four … more
Strengthening protections for human trafficking victims, honoring blind veterans while also advancing legislation that commemorates the courage of America’s POWs and MIAs, and opening the door for … more
Joel and Cheryl Rogers are home. more
On an evening the Tennessee House of Representatives hosted a chapter of Vietnam Veterans of America, state Rep. Kevin Brooks recognized one of Cleveland’s own heroes.At the opening of a recent … more
Delegates Ready for State 4-H Congress and One Wins Regional History Bowl Contest   The Bradley County and Polk County 4-H have 10 youth attending the 2018 Tennessee State 4-H Congress in Nashville during the month of March.    State 4-H Congress began in 1948 and has been conducted for 70 years. The four-day event in the state Capitol is a citizenship experience where youth learn civic engagement, including things such as state government, service to others, and a hands-on election process. more
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