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Direct communication and a close-knit partnership between law enforcement agencies and minority advocates is credited for keeping racial calm in the Cleveland and Bradley County community at a time … more
School security dominated an informal gathering between two local law enforcement agencies and leaders of 100 Black Men of Bradley County Inc., but its timing also allowed a show of support in the … more

Students at Arnold Memorial Elementary School and Michigan Avenue Elementary School are getting lessons on how to play Irish music from an accomplished Irish musician. 

Leading up to the early voting period for the May 1 election, most Bradley County Commission candidates agreed to respond to a questionnaire covering several areas of interest to voters. The following comments are directly from Milan Blake and Johnny Mull – incumbent candidates for District 3 – with limited Associated Press-style editing for spelling and grammar, as well as for clarity. more
The Cleveland Animal Shelter Advisory Board has directed the shelter’s staff to review the terms of contracts currently used with rescue organizations and individuals, as well as allow other shelters to retrieve animals from the city shelter. more
A Cleveland Police officer found himself tasing a suspect with whom he was struggling, only to discover the suspect was an armed convicted felon. more
Thursday, April 5BASEBALL Tellico Plains at Polk County, 5Bradley Central at Anderson County, 6Walker Valley at Rhea County, 7LACROSSELee at Cumberlands (Ky.), 7SOCCERCleveland at Walker Valley, … more
District 5-AAAas of April 4BaseballTeam;District;OverallSoddy-Daisy;6-0;9-6Walker Valley;4-2;8-3Bradley Central;4-2;11-7-2Ooltewah;4-4;10-5McMinn County;2-4;6-6-1Cleveland;2-6;9-9East … more
For several years, our city took part in a National Make A Difference Day. We encouraged civic and church groups, schools and individuals to look around for someone or some group of people who could … more
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