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Arlette Robinson, career and technical director for Bradley County Schools, has been named the Southeast region finalist for Tennessee Supervisor of the Year for 2018-19. This honor is given by the Tennessee Department of Education each year to school district supervisors who “demonstrate a record of implementing innovative programs and managing and motivating students and faculties.” 


The Andor Project, a program which provides mentorship and other opportunities to local boys, is looking for men willing to help “strengthen our community one man at a time.” 


Repair work and energy efficiency upgrades are continuing at the Bradley County Courthouse. And while there is no firm date on when the work will conclude and county government offices will return to the courthouse, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis is looking forward to it. 


One more election is on the calendar for 2018: the State General Election on Nov. 6. Also, it is during that election that Cleveland city voters will have the opportunity to decide whether to allow package stores – also known as liquor stores – in the city. 

Members of the Cleveland 100 board of directors have re-elected the organization's slate of officers to serve a two-year term. Those re-elected included Brenda Lawson, president; Joe Wilson, … more
Dr. Linda Cash, director of Bradley County Schools, has been given the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents’ Southeast Tennessee Superintendent of the Year award for 2019. Dr. Dale … more
A family-friendly adventure park. A sports complex. A children’s museum. A large events venue. Those are some of the big ideas presented Thursday night to Cleveland residents and officials by a … more
The Bradley County Board of Education on Thursday approved a current-year budget amendment made necessary by some unexpected expenses at Lake Forest Middle School. The school system has been … more
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