Advanced
Search
News
1484 results total, viewing 1 - 20
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and BCSO'S Criminal Investigations Division are currently investigating the death of a child that occurred in the northeastern section of Bradley County Monday … more
The agenda for tonight’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with only one item listed for discussion. Commissioner Erica Davis is slated to introduce a resolution to designate the … more
The Cleveland Utilities' Board of Directors approved the following items during its regularly scheduled session Friday at the Tom Wheeler Training Center.The following consent agenda items were … more
The Cleveland City Council will meet for its regularly scheduled voting session at 3 p.m., which will be preceded by a 2 p.m work session.During their voting session, city council members will vote … more
Groups of volunteers, some from a local businesses, have created some beautiful additions to the Hoyt Berry Park (Charleston City Park) over the last few weeks.Those projects include a Never Forget … more
Happy hauntings are set for Sunday, Oct. 31, when MainStreet Cleveland holds its 34th Annual Halloween Block Party.The eerie evening, which will be packed with Halloween treats, entertainment and … more
Bradley County’s redistricting plan was approved last week by the Bradley County Commission. "I appreciate everyone's help on this," said Commissioner Milan Blake, chairman of the Redistricting … more
After having 2020’s Veterans Day ceremony at the Bradley County Courthouse postponed, though a group did conduct their own ceremony, plans are now in place for veterans to be honored on Nov. 11 at … more
The deadline to submit applications for the Healthy Community Initiative grant process is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29. more
One absence from the classroom is little cause for concern for teachers, but a student who makes it a habit could be at risk of more than a lack of education. In Tennessee, 13% of students were … more
On April 1, 1977, Clive Rainey said yes to an opportunity that would forever change the landscape of affordable housing. Rainey was the first volunteer of Habitat for Humanity, and was in … more
Starting Monday, the Tennessee Department of Health will allow booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines to certain populations. For individuals who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 … more
Archie Manning to speak at CSCC in 2022 Cleveland State Community College is preparing for an evening with the father of football’s first family, Archie Manning. One of the biggest names in sports around the globe, Mr. Manning will be speaking at the college on March 19, 2022. CSCC’s special guest speaker is known most recently for being the father of two future National Football League Hall Of Famers. Sons Eli and Peyton Manning, both former NFL Super Bowl MVPs, along with their brother, Cooper, are the three children of Manning and his wife, Olivia. A native of Drew, Mississippi, Manning is a member of the College Football Hall Of Fame. Beyond being a former collegiate and professional football player himself, Mr. Manning has served on numerous charitable organizations throughout the United States. The former Ole Miss quarterback, as well as his son, Peyton, were selected as two of college football’s greatest players of all time. Manning’s uplifting speeches touch on everything from life skills and decision making to motivation and leadership. They have been described as “inspiring to all in attendance.” In addition to the speaking engagement, a live auction, an online auction, and a VIP reception will be held. “The foundation is working with local schools, organizations, and business to make this a cross-generational event that is attended by both people who watched Archie play in the NFL and by younger generations who have watched his sons Peyton and Eli play in the NFL,” said John Squires, executive director of the Cleveland State Foundation. more
New Vision Ministries Outreach, 1441 Guthrie Drive, will hold camp meeting Oct. 25 through 31, 7 nightly.———Sanford Baptist Church, 2415 County Road 50 in Riceville, will have a night of fun … more
From 4 to 6 p.m. today, Lee University will present its 15th annual Walking Tour of Historic Fort Hill Cemetery. Led by Lee University history major and volunteers, the lives of 19th and early 20th centuries Cleveland residents will be introduced. Local performers will be dressed in period costume. The individuals to be portrayed will be Julius and Matilda Raht, Edwin and Anna Plummer Delany, Pleasant and Caroline Vance Craigmiles, Nathaniel Grant, Dr. William and Annie Taylor Schultz, James Anderson Hoxworth, the Rev. James and Katie May Knapp Pogue, Abraham and Charlotte Lee Wolbach, Herman J. and Henrietta Kuhlmann Schrader, Edward Christian, and Augusta Ruth Wagner. Tours begin at 4 p.m. and will start every 15 minutes until dusk, lasting about 75 minutes each. The last tour will begin shortly after 6 p.m. more
Spirits, Legends and Lore will be presented on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. on the Courthouse Square. The free event is hosted by Arts is Here Partnership and Cleveland Storytellers Guild. more
Matt Moore, the new director of the Ocoee Region Fellowship of Christian Atheletes, said his goal is to continue connecting students to community churches.Those connections will strengthen student … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 75 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 182 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

X

Print subscribers have FREE access to clevelandbanner.com by registering HERE

Non-subscribers have limited monthly access to local stories, but have options to subscribe to print, web or electronic editions by clicking HERE

We are sorry but you have reached the maximum number of free local stories for this month. If you have a website account here, please click HERE to log in for continued access.

If you are a print subscriber but do not have an account here, click HERE to create a website account to gain unlimited free access.

Non-subscribers may gain access by subscribing to any of our print or electronic subscriptions HERE