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An option to take over the monitoring of criminal offenders on ankle bracelet monitors and drug patches was presented to the Bradley County Commission on Tuesday. more
(Editor's Note: This is the seventh in a two-week series exploring existing infrastructure and future needs in the Cleveland and Bradley County community). Cleveland students are separated … more
Attendees were pretty in pink at the Volley for a Cure Survivors Luncheon on Tuesday, where women encouraged one another and shared their stories of resilience and faith. Celebrating 13 years of … more
Nearly two dozen people were arrested over the course of a two-night, multi-agency “warrant round up,” led by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
A Cleveland man was arrested for burglary while out of jail on bond for an earlier burglary charge. more
  Men’s Chorale to perform at Lee Chapel   Men’s Chorale will present “ad lunam” in the Lee University Chapel on Friday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m., under the direction of … more
Political science symposium to begin Friday   Lee University will welcome Dr. Samuel Gregg as guest speaker for “The Challenges of American Liberalism,” a symposium hosted by the … more
  Lee University senior biology major, Sarah Sajja, was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime of the men’s basketball game at Lee’s 2019 Homecoming celebrations earlier this month. … more
United States military veterans were honored Monday during a Veterans Day ceremony held at Garden Plaza at Cleveland. The event was held in the front courtyard of the facility where the … more
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