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Educators with Cleveland City Schools have been receiving training on how to better teach students deemed intellectually "gifted." Director of Special Populations Dr. Joy Hudson spoke to the … more
Veterans Day 2018 is only two days away, and Cleveland and Bradley County veterans and veteran organizations are looking to Saturday's 11 a.m. Veterans Day program.The keynote speaker for this year's … more
State Rep. Dan Howell’s hardline stand against welfare fraud in Tennessee has earned the Bradley County legislator an award from one of the nation’s leading conservative public policy … more
Local faith communities have a valuable role to play in helping people struggling with addiction find help and hope for their futures. That was the message of “Restoration and Recovery: Faith … 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 … more
Sgt. Andrew Smith has retired from the U.S. Army, but still, even after the amputation of both legs, works with other military to help those who have been injured while serving the country.He and his … more
Cleveland extended Billy Graham Avenue on Tuesday, to honor one of its most famous students on his 99th birthday.In 2004, the city renamed a portion of 15th Street between North Ocoee Street and … more
The first students who will benefit from the Cleveland City Schools system's BLADE Project for technology will likely receive their laptop computers in January. Andrew Phillips, supervisor of … more
The Tennessee Corrections Institute has recertified the Bradley County Jail.The final inspection occurred Tuesday, and Sheriff Eric Watson was notified of the results once it was completed.The TCI … more
National American Legion Commander Denise Rohan visited Cleveland on Tuesday, bringing with her the focus of the national organization this year.Rohan, of Madison, Wisconsin, was greeted by local, … more
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