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The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is advising local residents to keep a close eye on their mailboxes, especially when sending mail from their homes. more
Cleveland and Bradley County residents — like thousands of other East Tennesseans and Southeasterners — awoke this morning to the rattling of two earthquakes.The 4.4 magnitude earthquake took … more
After more than an hour of intense discussion, the Bradley County Commission's Road Committee took the first steps in what could result in repairs to an erosion issue in the Chestnut Grove subdivision. more
Residents of the Candies Creek area met Monday to express concerns related to the rezoning Cleveland City Schools will do as it prepares to open its new elementary school in August … more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday approved a request by Lee University to rezone  a historic downtown property located near the university from residential to professional institutional, … more
Businessman, coach, retired educator and former offensive lineman Bobby Scott sits in a recliner inside his 57,000-square-foot showroom furniture store, content with the life that family and football … more
The issuance of Cleveland building permits cooled off with the  October weather.There were only 13 permits issued, with an anticipated total cost of construction at $9,796,260. One commercial … more
When one local boy was asked what gifts he might want to receive for his birthday this year, he decided he would rather ask for gifts to give to other children. Thanks to a specially themed … more
Last week’s five-day finale for the partial payment program's first enrollment didn’t go out with a whimper; in the mind of Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith, it was more of a bang.“We saw a … more
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