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Blythe-Bower Elementary School students walked to school on a misty Friday morning to reinforce traffic safety and a healthy lifestyle. Blythe-Bower’s annual Walk to School event is … more
Next year, Cleveland residents will be able to wake up in the morning, go to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and have themselves a beer, courtesy of the Cleveland Beer Board.On Tuesday, the board … more
If you have ever experienced a NASCAR event, you  noticed when a car comes in for repair,  gasoline or tires, a group of individuals sprint to help the driver get back to the race. Well, … more
Despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Bradley County Schools projects are continuing on schedule. more
A large number of households brought items to be properly disposed of at this year’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, shattering the previous record for participation.Cheryl Dunson, who … more
National Drug Take Back event has been planned in Cleveland for Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To be held at Colony Square, 2524 Keith St., the event is being sponsored by the Bradley County Prevention Coalition, ATS the Bridge, Bradley County Sheriff’s Department and the Cleveland City Police Department. Also, in attendance will be the Bradley County Health Department and the 10th Judicial District Drug Task Force. more
A proposed change to the way the Bradley County Commission considers budget amendments is back on commission’s meeting agenda. more
Steve and Willastine (Cookie) Woods remember sitting in the swing on their front porch on Easter Sunday reading scripture and praising God. Little did they know how much God was looking over them as … more
After four days of early voting, 10,777 ballots have been cast locally, a number described as “record breaking” by a local election official. more
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