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The Cleveland City Council today, Jan. 24, will vote on a new business resolution to accept the former First Tennessee Bank property as a gift from local businessman Forrest Preston.In addition, … more
Drew Nunnelly of Cleveland stood on the shoulder of Interstate 75 cradling his newborn daughter for the first time Jan. 17.Charlotte Jane was not due until the next day, but they couldn't make it to … more
Two staff members at Cleveland State Community College were invited to speak during the spring training for GEAR UP TN site coordinators this month in Nashville. The invitation came from Duane Gregg, state director of GEAR UP TN at the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Cate Green and Holly Melton were chosen to speak and lead a part of the training based on the exceptional job that Cleveland State does in supporting the GEAR UP TN sites at Bradley Central, Meigs, and Polk County Schools. Green and Melton presented to GEAR UP TN site coordinators from across the state and highlighted their work with Cougar Day registration events from spring 2021. “Cougar Day events dramatically shifted our enrollment for fall 2021 into a positive trajectory coming from enrollment challenges in fall of 2020. We were so excited to meet with our high school applicants and help them solidify their college schedules before they went on summer break,” says Cate Green, director of Enrollment Services. 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
The veterans home being built off Westland Drive is presently dubbed the Bradley County Tennessee State Veterans Home, but ultimately might feature an individual’s name just like other such homes … more
Dec. 20 was the first day potential candidates could pick up petitions for upcoming Bradley County offices, and 26 individuals took advantage of the opening day.Since then, 42 more people have picked … more
The Bradley County Commission will get a look at the final draft of the county Water and Sewer Master Plan during Monday night’s work session. Commissioners reviewed a draft of the plan in … more
In his eight years at the helm of Cleveland State, Bill Seymour has seen community attitudes change to become more involved and supportive  of the school.The retiring president told members of … more
Bradley County Trustee Mike Smith has announced the Trustee’s Office recently received a positive state audit for the 2020-21 fiscal year from the Division of County Audits of the Tennessee … more
Rejoignez nous à Paris!The Rotary Club of Cleveland is inviting the community to join them in Paris … at the Museum Center at 5ive Points downtown.The club will hold its  Paris-themed 2022 … more
The Bradley County Commission will meet in work session at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 24, in the County Commission Courtroom of the Courthouse.———The Bradley County Republican Party will meet on … more
Dr. Squires co-authors three part equity series Dr. John Squires, executive director of Advancement and Planning at Cleveland State Community College, recently co-authored a three-part series focused on how states can improve their efforts surrounding equity by creating an equity framework and using data. more
Dina Swafford seeks fourth term more
Jovonna “Jodi” Riggins is a candidate for Cleveland City School board in District 5. She brings a history of four decades of “compassionate service in her community, her profession and her faith.” more
Pat Williams, who is celebrating her 84th birthday today … Connie Toney, who is celebrating a birthday today … Christy Dasher and Lamar Orr, who are celebrating birthdays Monday … Sam Hensley, … more
While local customers are finding plenty of Valentine's Day candy on store shelves, it’s slim pickings for items such as beef, orange juice, puppy pads and many other products.And local residents … more
A disabled Bradley County man once crawled up the stairs of the Polk County Courthouse for his day in court on a misdemeanor charge, and that day set in motion what would become a landmark U.S. … more
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